Iona College



Nestled north of Manhattan and strategically located in the suburbs of Westchester County lies Iona College; a private, Roman Catholic College established in 1940 which adheres to the ongoing mission of providing Iona students the best secular education while educating the 'whole person' - mind, heart and spirit.


This four year Catholic college devotes itself to prepare one for not only a first job, but a substantial career. The undergraduate and graduate programs offer a School of Arts and Science curriculum having 22 academic departments and well over 40 majors, some of which offer a five-year Bachelor's/Master's Degree Program. The Hagan School of Business prepares you for a career in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, International Business, Information Systems, Management or Marketing and also presents a Fast Track MBA curriculum; along with master of arts, master of science and master of business administration degrees and numerous post-graduate certificate programs, not to mention the convenience of internet-based distance learning opportunities.

While challenging, inspiring and stimulating, Iona College engages also with the Honors Program, the Samuel Rudin Academic Resource Center and the College Assistance Program (CAP) which offers supportive services to those with learning disabilities.

Studying abroad would be an opportunity that paves the way for hands-on cultural exposure; this too is something that Iona College would assist in making a dream a reality. With its vast dedication and commitment, Iona College has something for everyone which includes an opportunity for internship in chosen fields.

To experience the ambiance and to better understand and see first-hand all that Iona has to offer you, consider attending the next Undergraduate Open House being held on November 6, 2011, an Information and Sessions Tour held weekdays and occasional Saturdays, or the Graduate and MBA Program and Information Session. Motto: Certa bonum certamen (Fight the good fight).

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