Campus Advisory Classes are in session remotely through the end of spring semester. Our satellite centers in Manhattan, Hudson Valley and Suffolk County are closed; however, all staff and units are accessible remotely. Adelphi's Garden City campus is operational with only essential personnel on-site. » COVID-19 Response
 
 
 

Coronavirus Updates on Operations: Department or campus operations may be modified during this time. Please call or email the department for more information or visit adelphi.edu/coronavirus.

 

About the College of Education and Health Sciences

Preparing the next generation of educational leaders.

As a scholarly community, Adelphi’s College of Education and Health Sciences is committed to providing educational opportunities for professional growth at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels by creating authentic academic and field experiences, cultivating respect for the diverse population we serve, embracing ethical practices, and preparing our students to become reflective change agents through research, collaboration and leadership.


Average age of degree recipients: 26

 762
Students obtaining a Master’s degree

28%
Part-time students
29%
Minority students
69%
Female students

The above represents Adelphi enrollment statistics as of fall 2016.
 
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