Faculty Scholarship

Dr. Shaireen Rasheed has been invited to serve as an affiliated faculty consultant on the Religious Literacy Project at Harvard Divinity School after concluding her year as a visiting scholar at the school’s Center for the Study of World Religions.

100 Percent Success

For the second consecutive year, 100 percent of 2014 graduates of the M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology program secured employment in roles where they are providing specialized therapy or rehabilitation services for the millions of Americans who suffer from some form of speech, language, or hearing disorder.

Librarian of the Year

Siobahn A. Reardon (M.L.S. Palmer School of Library Science '05) earned Library Journal's 2015 Librarian of the Year award. Reardon is the president and director of the Free Library of Philadelphia, the first woman to serve in this capacity.

Collaborative Cohort

The LIU Post Doctor of Education (Ed.D) is distinguished by our unique cohort approach. Doctoral students move through the program as a group, developing strong connections with other educators who will become their peers in the educational leadership field.


One of the most distinguished schools of library science in the country and the only doctoral program of its kind in the New York metropolitan area, the Palmer School is home to the nation’s leading programs in Rare Books and Special Collections Administration and has collaborative partnerships with the rare books schools at the University of Virginia and the University of London.


Adolescence Education
(B.S., M.S.)

Art Education
(B.F.A., M.S.)

Childhood Education

Clinical Mental Health Counseling
(M.S., AC)


Doctor of Education

Early Childhood Education
(B.S., M.S.)

Educational Leadership
(M.S.Ed., AC)

Equine Studies

Health & Physical Education


Middle Childhood Education

Music Education
(B.M., M.S.)

School Counseling

School District Business Leadership
(M.S.Ed., AC)

Special Education
(M.S., AC)

Speech-Language Pathology
(B.S., M.A.)

Sports Management

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Teach What You Love

Share your passion and inspire students to love learning.
LIU Post offers childhood and adolescent education programs in core areas and in-demand specialty areas:

Music | Art | History | Biology | Chemistry | Earth Science | English | French | Spanish | Italian | Mathematics | Social Studies | Health | Physical Education | TESOL | Special Education | Autism and Learning Disorders


As the only university on Long Island with an on-campus equestrian center, students with a love of horses and riding prepare for a wide variety of careers in equine health, business, and education in the Equine Studies minor program.



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