Medaille College

Medaille is a private, non-sectarian four-year college with campuses in Buffalo and Rochester, New York. The Buffalo Campus is located in the cultural heart of the city and sits along the historic Olmsted Crescent near Delaware Park. This campus serves our traditional undergraduate resident and commuter students; non-traditional, working adult students; graduate students; and, doctoral students. The Rochester Campus is specifically designed for non-traditional adult and graduate students and features resources to help balance work and school life. Medaille's academic programs are offered through day, evening, weekend, and online classes. Our programs embody the College's mission of providing students with a solid liberal arts and sciences foundations and early access to career-oriented education. Medaille's unique academic programs incorporate internships or fieldwork which help to prepare students for careers and future educational opportunities. Our emphasis on student-centered learning means small class sizes, community-based learning, teamwork, and active participation. Our professors are researchers, scholars, and practitioners who are dedicated to the success of every student. Academic and student support services ensure that our students receive personalized attention and the resources they need to reach their educational goals. The mission of Medaille College is to educate and develop empowered individuals for academic achievement, career success and civic engagement, thereby contributing to a healthy, diverse democracy.

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Areas of Study

Biological and biomedical sciences
Biology, General
Business, management, marketing, and related support services
Accounting and Related Services
Business Administration, Management and Operations
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Business/Commerce, General
Finance and Financial Management Services
Human Resources Management and Services
Management Information Systems and Services
Sports Management
Communication, journalism, and related programs
Communication and Media Studies
Computer and information sciences and support services
Information Science/Studies
Adolescence Education 7-12
Childhood Education 1-6
Childhood Education/Special Education 1-6
Early Childhood Education/Special Education Birth-2
Education, General
Education, Other
Special Education and Teaching
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas
English language and literature/letters
English Language and Literature, General
Health professions and related clinical sciences
Health and Medical Administrative Services
Veterinary Biomedical & Clinical
Liberal arts and sciences, general studies, and humanities
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies, and Humanities
Multi/interdisciplinary studies
International/Global Studies
Clinical Psychology
Counseling Psychology
Family Psychology
Psychology, General
Psychology, Other
Security and protective services
Criminal Justice and Corrections
Security and Protective Services, Other