We are the nation’s first, largest, and most comprehensive graduate school of education, and we place social justice at the core of all of our research and practice across all disciplines. We focus on the whole person— educating those who aspire to help others achieve. Our graduate programs in education, health, and psychology have prepared teachers and school administrators, nutritionists, speech pathologists, policymakers, artists, and other professionals to tackle today’s most pressing problems.
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Choose from more than 100 academic programs in fields like the arts, higher and postsecondary education, psychology, communications sciences and disorders, educational technology, international and comparative education, applied linguistics, developmental disabilities, economics, policy, and many more.
Our rich academic diversity and educational rigor will give you the perspective and expertise few institutions in the world can claim.
We are a graduate student body from all 50 states (plus D.C) and 84 nations. We're doing truly amazing things, like assisting refugees, creating technology to support individuals with disabilities, and programming apps that help first-generation college students navigate their campus experience. We have the courage to innovate and lead change.
We are also a welcoming, supportive, and vibrant community. Connect with your peers and grow through residence hall activities, club meetings, departmental lectures, and cultural events—we are in NYC, after all.
When you graduate from TC, you join our network of 90,000+ alumni who build on the knowledge and experience they gained to improve lives around the globe. They provide a network of support and connections that will help take you to where you want to be. TC graduates work in a variety of settings through modalities such as one-on-one counseling, group education, online and in-person events, and media, advocacy, public health planning, and policy development.
Follow in their footsteps today, and become a leader in health education tomorrow.