To go or not to go? Decide at least a year in advance! The Career Services Office can help you to prepare. From explaining time lines, to providing information on entrance tests, to preparing applications and recommendations, the Career Services Library has the information to guide you along the way.
Graduate school provides access to many careers: teachers in New York state must complete a masters degree to become professionally certified; social workers must earn a MSW to practice; chiropractors gain their license from chiropractic schools; academic faculty achieve access to college teaching through PhDs in their discipline. However, not everyone must go to grad school.
Each person's decision should be based upon his or her career goals and the graduate school options available. Explore options. Read about programs, talk to academic faculty and Career Services staff about possibilities.
The following links provide important information about graduate school:
Graduate School Resources
By visiting the links below, you are going to a site outside the SUNY Cortland Career Services Web Site:
- Peterson's Guide to Grad Schools
- BusinessDegreeOnline.com, search business degree programs
- PhD Information Search Site
- Princeton Review (Grad School Search and Test Prep)
- Testing Information