Brockport / Institutional Effectiveness & Accountability

Graduate

 
Annual expenses 2011-2012
Typical Graduate Tuition Costs for a Full-Time In-State Student $8,870
Typical Graduate Tuition Costs for a Full-Time Out-of-State Student $15,160
Mandatory Fees $830
Room (double) $6,780
Board (Average) $3,540
Minimum credits per term for full-time rate 12 credits
Maximum credits per term by advisement
Cost per graduate credit NY $370
non-NY $632
Estimated books and supplies $1,200
Financial Aid and Student Loans
% of Graduate students who borrowed while at Brockport 56%
% of Graduate students who borrowed while at Brockport
(excluding alternative loans)
56%
Average indebtedness of 2009-10 graduating graduate students $30,245
Average indebtedness of 2009-10 graduating graduate students
(excluding alternative loans)
$28,397

Academic Areas Offering Graduate Degrees

  • Business Administration and Economics (Accounting and Forensic Accounting)
  • Biology
  • Communication
  • Computational Science
  • Counselor Education
  • Dance
  • Education & Human Development
  • Educational Administration
  • English
  • Environmental Science and Biology
  • Health Science
  • History
  • Liberal Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education
  • Psychology
  • Public Administration
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • Social Work (Greater Rochester Collaborative MSW)
  • Visual Studies

Advanced Graduate Certificates

  • Alternate Adolescence English Inclusive Education
  • Alternate Adolescence Math Inclusive Education
  • Alternate Adolescence Science Inclusive Education
  • Alternate Adolescence Social Studies Inclusive Education
  • Arts Administration
  • Bilingual Education- initial
  • Creative Writing
  • Gerontology
  • Non-profit Management
  • Professional Science Administration
Graduate Programs Leading to NYS Certification
  • Childhood Curriculum Specialist, Professional 1-6

  • Bilingual Education, Extension, Professional

  • Childhood Literacy, Initial and Professional, Birth-6

  • Adolescence Education

    • Biology, Professional 7-12
    • Chemistry, Professional 7-12
    • Earth Science, Professional 7-12
    • English, Professional 7-12
    • Math, Professional 7-12
    • Physics, Professional 7-12
    • Social Studies, Professional 7-1
  • Alternate Adolescence English Inclusive Education
    • Initial and Professional
      • English 7-12
      • English 5-6 Extension
      • Students with Disabilities 7-12
  • Alternate Adolescence Math Inclusive Education
    • Initial and Professional
      • Math 7-12
      • Math 5-6 Extension
      • Students with Disabilities 7-12
  • Alternate Adolescence Science Inclusive Education
    • Initial and Professional
      • Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science or Physics 7-12
      • Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science or Physics 5-6 Extension
      • Students with Disabilities 7-12 
  • Alternate Adolescence Social Studies Inclusive Education
    • Initial and Professional
    • Social Studies 7-12
    • Social Studies 5-6 Extension
    • Students with Disabilities 7-12
  • Dance Education, Initial and Professional  PreK-12
  • Physical Education, Professional PreK-12
  • Counselor Education, School Counselor, Provisional and Permanent PreK-12
  • Health Education, Initial and Professional PreK-12
  • School Building Leader, Initial and Professional PreK-12
  • School District Leader, Professional PreK-12
  • School District Business Leader, Professional PreK-12
Graduate Degrees Awarded by Major
    2004-
2005
2005-
2006
2006-
2007
2007-
2008
2008-
2009
2009-
2010
2010-
2011
Business Administration and Economics Department
  Accounting
 
 
 
 
  6  11
School of Education and Human Services
  Adolescence Education
1
9
20
42
53 38  49
  Bilingual Education
3
3
6
1
0 2  3
  CAS Educational Administration
81
109
37
46
91 65  0
  CAS School Building Leader
 
 
 
 
    61
  CAS Family Nurse Practioner
0 0  0
  CAS Non Profit Management
 
 
 
 
  2  0
  CAS School Counselor
4
2
2
1
4 2  2
  CAS School Business Administration
16 
16 
12 
2 4  0
  CAS School District Business Leader
 
 
 
 
    20
  Childhood Education
1
3
27
27
17 25  25
  Childhood Literacy
13
14
20
16
0 17  20
  Educational Administration
15
4
13
8
9 7  5
  Elementary Education
136
102
33
21
10 9  0
  Family Nurse Practioner
0 0  0
  Mental Health Counseling
0
0
0
4
6 5  5
  Public Administration
42
45
26
47
30 49  31
  School Counselor
25
30
24
19
8 14  11
  Secondary Education
91
82
51
33
7 4  0
  Social Work
24
30
46
50
42 54  58
  Special Education
13
11
14
0
0 0  0
  Total
471
448
335
327
279 297  290
School of Health and Human Performance
  Health Teacher
6
15
6
6
10  5  2
  Physical Education
50
44
44
46
45  42  41
  Recreation and Leisure
10
11
8
9
9  5  12
  Total
66
70
58
61
64  52  55
 School of Science and Mathematics
  Biology
3
8
8
6
5 4  5
  Computational Science
3
3
2
2
1 3  2
  Environmental Science & Biology
 
 
 
 
  1  1
  Mathematics
4
5
8
7
7 4  11
  Psychology
8
6
11
11
7  8  11
  Total
18
22
29
26
20  20  30
School of The Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  Communication
3
8
10
9
7  10  15
  Dance
6
6
9
5
8  6  7
  English
16
14
13
11
8  15  14
  History
9
23
19
13
16  7  22
  Visual Studies
7
3
8
14
8  8  4
  Total
41
54
59
52
47 46  62
Other
  MA Liberal Studies
52 
27 
23
30 
23 14  14
Total Degrees Awarded
648 
621 
504 
496 
433 435  462
Matriculated Fall Enrollement by Department         
  2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
BIOLOGY
16
11
13 13 17
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & ECONOMICS
 
 
  26 28
COMMUNICATION
24
18
37 36 32
COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE
6
8
6 3 2
COUNSELOR EDUCATION
81
70
82 83 83
DANCE
22
20
22 24 24
EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
270
255
298 285 278
EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION
196
206
158 159 160
ENGLISH
46
51
58 51  49
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & BIOLOGY
5
9
18 28  32
HEALTH SCIENCE
16 
11 
9 20  30
HISTORY
50
47
48 55  42
LIBERAL STUDIES
46
32
22 23  24
MATHEMATICS
15
13
14 8 13
KINESIOLOGY, SPORT STUDIES & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
109
87
83 66 62
PSYCHOLOGY
16
23
26 19 16
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
120
110
116 106 92
RECREATION AND LEISURE
16
16
23 27 20
SOCIAL WORK (GREATER ROCHESTER COLLABORATIVE MSW)
117
112
130 133 125
VISUAL STUDIES
27
19
15 13 15

Graduate Assistantships

Graduate assistantships and teaching assistantships are available each year. Those funded by the State University of New York provide tuition remission for 9 credits per fall/spring semester at the instate rate and a $6,000 stipend per academic year. Assistantships are for full-time matriculated graduate students and are awarded based on a student’s academic record and progress toward the degree.

The Graduate Diversity Fellowship Program provides tuition remission for 9 credits per fall/spring semester at the instate rate and a $7500 stipend per academic year. (A summer stipend is possible if the student is assigned to the EOP office.)

The program offers graduate fellowships to students who have been admitted to a graduate program and who will contribute to the diversity of the student body in that program. These fellowships assist the University in recruiting, enrolling and retaining such graduate students, especially those who can demonstrate that they have overcome a disadvantage or other impediment to success in high education.

Graduate students with a history of having been in a SUNY EOP, HEOP or SEEK program as undergraduates may qualify for the Graduate Opportunity Program (GOP). This is a state-funded effort to support disadvantaged students pursuing graduate and first professional degrees. The GOP program will pay in-state tuition for fall/spring semesters for students enrolled in at least 12 graduate credits each semester. Information on how to apply can be found at the Graduate Studies office in Morgan or by contacting gradadmit@brockport.edu.

Additional information is available from individual departments.

Last Updated 10/22/13