Since being formed in 2003, the School of Professional Studies (SPS) has grown dramatically, offering groundbreaking programs, new modes of instruction, and new kinds of learning tailored for the diverse needs of working professionals. At Commencement exercises next week SPS will have 121 degree recipients from its Online Baccalaureate program and its first graduates from the Masters in Applied Theatre and Disability Studies programs.
Theatre-in-Education (TIE) is a generic term used to describe theatre forms presented by actors who are versed in the techniques and methods of both theatre and teaching. The work is usually designed for a specific age group within the age range of 3 to 18 years, but is also sometimes developed for adult audiences. The performers are traditionally called “actor-teachers”.
The School of Professional Studies at the City University of New York (CUNY) announced today that it will continue accepting fall 2010 applications throughout the summer for all of its programs. An announcement issued by CUNY earlier this week reported an across-the-board cutoff for applications to its 11 senior colleges and six community colleges for the first time in recent history. The announced cutoff does not apply to any applications to the School of Professional Studies.