Access the tools, knowledge and practical experience you need to make a difference—in your life and in the lives of others—as an educator or leader in the helping professions.
MAKE A LIVING
For you, a career isn’t just about making a good living. It’s about making a difference. With a degree from the MCNY’s Audrey Cohen School for Human Services and Education, you can do both.
Named for MCNY founder Audrey Cohen, we’re an accredited institution offering associate and bachelor’s degrees in Human Services, a master’s degree in Special Education (grades 1-6)/Childhood Education (grades 1-6), Master of Arts in Community Health Education and a New York State Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling Certificate Program. All our programs are designed for working professionals with accelerated timetables and convenient schedules. That’s the MCNY advantage.
FIND YOUR PURPOSE
It all begins with MCNY’s unique Purpose-Centered Education model
It combines classroom instruction with applied knowledge and practice. During each semester or “purpose,” you take what you’ve learned and apply it to the real world—whether it’s as a resident teacher in a local school or through a Constructive Action (CA) project. In your CA, you’ll identify a real need or opportunity in an organization or community then propose a solution that addresses it.
Our graduates are socially responsible, contributing members of our global community who go on to make a name for themselves in their profession—and a difference in the lives of many.