With the official designation of the SUNY Oswego Metro Center as a branch campus, people residing or working in the area will be able to complete in-demand degree and certificate programs in Clinton Square. Courses in support of master’s and graduate certificate programs have been offered at the center for more than six years, but until now students were not able to take all courses necessary to complete a degree or certificate at the Syracuse location. The subject areas of the degrees and certificates newly approved for Oswego’s Syracuse campus are ones that lead directly to professional careers. Master’s level programs lead to the MBA, MS in mental health counseling and MST in childhood education. A post-graduate Certificate of Advanced Study in educational leadership is available to professionals in education. And advanced certificates are offered in gerontology, integrated health systems and health information technology. By fall 2016, students will be able to transfer in undergraduate credits and complete bachelor’s degree requirements with upper division classes in business administration and public justice, with human development to follow. For more details, visit oswego.edu/syracuse.