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How do CUNY PSMs put Applied Science to Work?

The programs are targeted to meet the employment needs of area industries with finely tuned curricula developed with significant input from employer-partners. Partners such as IBM, Pfizer, Regeneron and NASA help provide internships and employment opportunities for program graduates.

How do CUNY PSMs benefit New York Employers?

In productive partnership with CUNY, employers can expect to work with skilled interns and cultivate future industry employees. PSM programs produce graduates with cross-disciplinary scientific expertise and the business and social skills to manage complex projects. Scientific programs are enhanced by “plus” curricula combining rigorous graduate study in a STEM discipline with skills-based coursework such as finance, project management, technical writing, communication skills (written and oral), organizational behavior, regulatory affairs, and entrepreneurship. These skills are commonly cited by employers as being crucial to employee success. Research and apply to the program that suites your needs by viewing PSM Faculty/Facilities/Emphasis.

External Advisory Board

NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Brian Cairns, PhD
Senior Scientist and GLORY Instrument Engineer

IBM Corporation
Rolando Franco
Executive IT Architect/Client Technical Advisor

SUNY Oswego
David W. King, PhD
Dean, Graduate Studies and Research Director, SUNY PSM Master's Programs

Pfizer, Inc.
Uwe Schoenbeck, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer
Head External R&D Innovation, Worldwide Research & Development

Regeneron
Neil Stahl, PhD
Senior Vice President
Research and Development Sciences

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Michael S. Teitelbaum
Senior Advisor