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College of the Arts and Communications
The College of the Arts and Communication offers majors in art, art history, fine art, communication, and music, with a variety of concentrations possible within each major.
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  • Internationally recognized music program with an active schedule of performances and workshops on campus
  • Nationally accredited visual art and design programs with multiple art galleries and a variety of specialized studios
  • Cutting-edge communication program with a variety of concentrations
  • Location 20 miles from New York City, with many opportunities for internships and first-hand experience of the arts and media production

Cotsakos College of Business
The Cotsakos College of Business offers bachelor's degree programs in: accounting; economics; finance; financial planning; global business; management; marketing; and professional sales.
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  • AACSB accredited - the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide
  • Home to the Russ Berrie Institute for Professional Sales and offers the nation's first bachelor of science degree in professional sales
  • Named one of the 25 top schools for future financial planners by Financial Planning Magazine
  • Electronic trading floor with stock feeds and financial databases that are integrated into the curriculum

College of Education
The College of Education offers degree programs in early childhood, elementary, and secondary education with subject field specialization, as well as a full range of certification and endorsement programs.
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  • Providing teacher education since 1855
  • The College is accredited by NCATE, the highest standard for teacher preparation, which prepares inquiring educators for diverse settings in a technology-enriched environment
  • Provides multiple field experiences in professional development school settings

College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences offers a wide range of undergraduate majors including Africana world studies, anthropology, Asian studies, criminology and criminal justice, English, French and Francophone studies, geography, history, Latin American and Latino studies, legal studies, liberal studies, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology, Spanish, and women's and gender studies.
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  • Designed to prepare students for effective citizenship and productive careers in a changing world, the College’s programs provide insight into the past, critically examine contemporary issues, and explore answers for the future, while promoting the value of diversity
  • The College promotes experiential learning, interdisciplinary opportunities, and international perspectives

College of Science and Health
The College of Science and Health offers undergraduate programs in applied health, athletic training, biology, biotechnology, chemistry, communication disorders, computer science, earth science, environmental science, environmental sustainability, exercise science, liberal studies: integrated math and science, mathematics, nursing, physical education, public health, and sport management.
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  • Brand new, expanded and renovated state-of�the-art science facility
  • Extensive faculty/student research opportunities
  • Equips students to meet today's career opportunities as they enter their chosen profession or pursue advanced studies

University Honors College Program
The University Honors College program offers a rigorous curriculum with a challenging array of courses, seminars and co-curricular activities. As members of the Honors College, in addition to their disciplinary major, students are required to declare and pursue an honors track. There are a number of different tracks for students to choose from, including: biopsychology; performing and literary arts; music; social sciences; cognitive science; humanities; life science and environmental ethics; management; marketing; and independent.
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  • Study in small classes with the most motivated students on campus
  • Honors students are encouraged to take advantage of the University's residential academic learning community, where learning and community building continue throughout the day and evening, inside and outside of the classroom
  • Graduate with a thesis or capstone project on your resume

Discover Your Professional Strength
Pre-professional University programs are designed to prepare students for advanced or graduate studies in specific professional fields.

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