Stony Brook Administrative Cohort January, 2014

The Long Beach Teacher Center and Stony Brook University would like to thank everyone who attended today’s open house to learn about Stony Brook’s Post Master’s Advanced Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership. We are still looking for people to build a cohort. The benefits include classes held in Long Beach, a discounted tuition, and the opportunity to apply for study money through the district.

The first course (CEQ 501: Educational Leadership Theory I) is tentatively scheduled to begin this Winter 2014, starting on Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 4:00. If you are interested in registering, please follow the below steps: 

1.     Complete the Contract Student Information Sheet in the attached file (if you did not already do so at the Open House).  Be sure to include a valid email address.  The course will be meeting on Thursdays (1/9 - 3/20, from 4:00 - 7:45 PM).  Please see the attached calendar in MS Word and view the Winter 2014, Thursday column.

2.     Mail the completed Student Information Sheet to the below address with a check or money order in the amount of $1039 made out to "Long Beach Teacher Center"  The mailing address is:   Long Beach Teacher Center, 601 LINDELL BOULEVARD, LONG BEACH, NY 11561.  This is due December 18, 2013 but you can post-date the check to January 9, 2014.

3.     All students born on or  after 1/1/1957 are required to submit the attached Immunization Record Form directly to the Student Health Office at Stony Brook University.  This  is due during the second week of class.  I recommend faxing a copy of your immunization record directly to the Student Health office (Fax number is 631-632-6936).  Please follow up to make sure they received it by  calling them at 631-632-6740.

4.     All students will need to matriculate into the Educational Leadership Program after the first term.  Information on the program and the application can be found on the following website: (Click on “admissions” on the upper right).  PLEASE NOTE:  The prerequisite to entering this program is a Master's Degree with three years of full-time teaching experience and a professional/permanent teaching license.

If you have any questions, please contact the Teacher Center at or Craig Markson, Assistant Dean for Professional Development at 631-632-7067 or by emailing