CTC Graduate Credit

SUNY-Buffalo State

CTC has partnered with the SUNY Buffalo State International Graduate Program for Educators (IGPE) to offer graduate credit for our five-day courses. CTC participants who apply for and are accepted into the SUNY Graduate School prior to the start of the course can earn three graduate credits which may be applied toward the Masters of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies at SUNY Buffalo State. Important note: applying and being accepted into the SUNY Graduate School can be a lengthy process. We recommend you begin collecting documents and making arrangements to submit official transcripts at least two months in advance of the course start date. To earn graduate credit, you must be formally admitted to the SUNY Buffalo State Graduate School prior to the start of the course.

The Master of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies is designed for educators in international schools. Please contact the IGPE office at SUNY Buffalo State directly for more information regarding the degree program and to develop a plan of study.

For more admissions information, please click: http://igpe.buffalostate.edu/admissions. To apply, please click: http://graduateschool.buffalostate.edu/apply. If you have additional questions about the application process, please feel free to e-mail IGPE Admissions and Advisement Coordinator Nicole Calamunci at: calamund@buffalostate.edu.

The fee is $450 per three-credit course, payable to the CTC upon admission to the SUNY Buffalo State Graduate School. Below is a list of CTC courses and their corresponding SUNY Buffalo State equivalent. Please note: CTC participants may include a maximum of six credits (two courses) from EDU 594 or EDU 596 courses, towards SUNY Buffalo State's Master of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies.

CTC Course Number and Title SUNY - Buffalo State Equivalent
CTC 101 Introduction to Essential Skills for International School Counselors EDU 594: Introduction to Essential Skills for International School Counselors
CTC 103 University Counseling in the International School EDU 594: University Counseling in the International School
CTC 105 Counseling Across Cultures in the International School EDU 594: Counseling Across Cultures in the International School
CTC 106 Getting to Solutions: The Heart of Counseling EDU 594: Getting to Solutions: The Heart of Counseling
TTC-CTC 110 Special Needs Learning in the International School EDU 577: Teaching Individuals with Exceptionalities in the Regular Classroom

For more information about the International Graduate Program for Educators at SUNY Buffalo State, please click: http://igpe.buffalostate.edu/program, or reach out to the appropriate IGPE staff member: