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Hunter College Master's in Accounting Faculty

Renowned Researchers, Experienced Practitioners, Dedicated to Students

Members of the School of Education faculty are leaders in their fields as both scholars and practitioners. They bring to the Hunter classroom a hands-on approach to guiding students in the latest research, best practices, and the perspective of many years of professional experience. They focus their scholarship both in the classroom and in field settings, and their continued involvement in the professional community invigorates their process in preparing the next generation of educators, counselors, and school leaders.


Our students belong to a vibrant and diverse academic community that goes on to serve schools and agencies throughout New York City.

Application Deadlines

Fall Deadlines

February 1
International Students

February 15
Doctoral Program Deadline
Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling

March 15
General Programs & Certificates

**May 15
Extended Deadline (see below)

Spring Deadline

October 15*

*Select programs do not accept applications in the Spring. For more information, contact the School of Education Admissions Office

** Adolescent Special Education (MS & Cert.); Childhood Education; Childhood Special Education MS & Cert.); Early Childhood Education (MS & Cert.); Early Childhood Special Education (MS & Cert.); Educational Leadership (SBL/SDL); TESOL (All programs)

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"Math makes everyone COUNT!’ is my mantra. It is both inclusionary and action-based — two principles that guide the work we do at the Hunter College School of Education."

"No wonder the students at Hunter become such stellar educators — they work with faculty who care deeply about their growth and well-being."

"To teach is a deeply personal experience because we engage with other humans—their knowledge, thoughts, beliefs, and life histories to date—with the intent of helping them learn and grow. Simultaneously, good teachers learn from their everyday interactions with students who, in turn, provide endless opportunities for their teacher’s continued intellectual, emotional, and social growth."