School of Professional Studies - SUNY Cortland

School of Professional Studies

The School of Professional Studies houses six academic departments who are committed to  providing the highest quality experiences in teacher preparation in health and physical education and a variety of professional programs in health; communication disorders and science; fitness development; exercise science; sport studies; coaching; athletic training; recreation, parks and leisure studies; and sport management.

Although each program is unique and prepares students to enter a variety of professions, they all have a common general education foundation augmented by significant real-world experiences.  The School seeks to prepare culturally sensitive and competent professionals who will graduate with the knowledge and skills to be effective representatives of positive change for individuals, their communities and the environment.

With outstanding and highly respected faculty and scholars, the academic programs in the School of Professional Studies are held in the highest regard throughout New York State, the northeast region, across the country and internationally.

Our school functions as a collaborative community dedicated to innovative teaching, meaningful community and professional service, and creative scholarly endeavors.  In Professional Studies, our vision is to provide an exceptional undergraduate and graduate educational experience through the integration of classroom theory with transformational experiences that include undergraduate and graduate research, international experiences, clinical practice, internships, student teaching and service learning.

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From SUNY Cortland to the Super Bowl

From SUNY Cortland to the Super Bowl

When people need to get on the field for the Super Bowl, they go through Katie Keenan ’05, M ’10.


December Grad Trained for Success

December Grad Trained for Success

At 22, Nancy Newell ’15 already has been featured as a fitness expert in the Huffington Post.


President’s Conversation Series Continues

President’s Conversation Series Continues

President Bitterbaum will discuss gender identity and sexual orientation Thursday, Jan. 28.


Opening Meeting Highlights Student Success

Opening Meeting Highlights Student Success

Personal stories underscored the importance of student success as a major theme of President Bitterbaum’s remarks.


SIMS Lab Provides Outlet for Children with Sensory Disorders

SIMS Lab Provides Outlet for Children with Sensory Disorders

Approximately 40 local families already take advantage of the vibrant learning space located in Park Center.


Contact Information:
Professional Studies Building
Phone: 607-753-2701
            607-753-2702
Fax: 607-753-5987
Hours: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F

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