Course listings are grouped by category: master’s degree programs; certificate programs; post-master’s programs; graduate general education; graduate special education; and undergraduate. Subject areas are arranged alphabetically in each category. There are also separate listings for secretaries and paraprofessionals; UFT child abuse recognition, the needs of children with autism and violence prevention workshops; free UFT-sponsored stress management workshops (fall and spring semesters); and the Peer Intervention Program for tenured members who need one-on-one help in perfecting professional skills.
The UFT Course Program and the NYSUT Education and Learning Trust offer master’s degree courses in education from various area colleges to assist teachers in obtaining initial and professional certification.
Keep a copy of your registration record.
Colleges and universities will not allow students to continue as non-matriculants after 6, 9 or 12 credits, depending on their policies. Please check by calling the college’s education department. If you are seeking a master’s through the UFT College Collaborative Program, this information is listed in the college description under Master’s Degree Programs.
Although we urge you to register online, in-person registration will be accepted at the UFT in Manhattan on specific dates.
Course schedules and offerings are subject to cancellation based on registration, or lack thereof.
Students born on or after Jan. 1, 1957, are required to provide the college with proof of immunization from measles, mumps and rubella within 30 days of the start of classes.
Photo ID is required for admission to courses at public schools and UFT borough offices.
NOTE: All courses, locations, dates, times and tuitions are subject to change without notice. The UFT Course Program strives to offer the most current information available by each issue’s publication deadline, but cannot be held responsible for any later changes.