CUNY School of Professional Studies

The CUNY School of Professional Studies (SPS) is one of the schools of the City University of New York (CUNY).

SPS offers several undergraduate and graduate courses and programs, including:

  • An online bachelor's degree in Business, Communication and Culture, Health Information Management, Sociology, or Psychology
  • Master's degrees in Applied Theater, Labor Studies, Disability Studies, Urban Studies, and Online Masters in Data Analytics, and in Business Management and Leadership
  • Credit courses in a variety of areas, including project management, immigration law, and healthcare administration
  • Customized training programs for government agencies, unions, and nonprofit organizations

SPS is located in Manhattan with offices at 101 West 31st Street and classes at the CUNY Graduate Center, Joseph S. Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies, and the CUNY New Community College.

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