Mount Saint Mary College offers strong undergraduate and graduate degree programs and is accredited by The Middle States Commission on Higher Education. It was most recently re-accredited in 2007.
Undergraduate degree programs include Accounting, Accounting BS/MBA (5-year program), Biology, Biology BA/MS in Ed (5-year program), Business Management and Administration (concentrations in Finance and Marketing), Communication Arts-Media Studies (concentrations in Journalism and Production), Communication Arts-Public Relations, Chemistry, Chemistry BA/MS in Ed (5-year program), Counseling/Psychology, Education (Childhood, Adolescence, and Special Education), English, Hispanic Studies, History, History /Political Science, Human Services, Information Technology (concentrations in Educational Technologies, Networking, & Web Technologies), Interdisciplinary Studies (concentrations in General Science and Pre-Law), Mathematics, Nursing, Podiatry, Physical Therapy/Psychology, Physical Therapy/ Biology, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Veterinary, Psychology, Publishing, Social Sciences, Social Work/Human Services, Sociology, Sociology (concentration in Criminology), and Undeclared.
Graduate degree programs include the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Education, and the Master of Science in Nursing. The Nursing program also offers the Post-Master's certificate in Adult Nurse Practitioner and Family Nurse Practitioner.
Collaboration programs at the Mount offer undergraduate and advanced degrees with participating colleges such as Fordham University, Pace University, and New York Medical College. These programs include counseling, physical therapy, podiatry, publishing, and social work. The Mount also has 5-year degree programs in Accounting BS/MBA program and biology or chemistry BA with a master's in adolescent education.
Mount Saint Mary has a Study Abroad program, where a student can take classes for a semester or summer session in Oxford, England; Dublin, Ireland, Florence, Italy, or Segovia, Spain.
The college has 12 Honor Societies: Alpha Chi (general), Alpha Sigma Lambda (continuing education), Beta Beta Beta (biology), Delta Mu Delta (accounting and business), Gamma Sigma Epsilon (chemistry), Kappa Delta Pi (education), Kappa Mu Epsilon (Mathematics), Lambda Pi Eta (Communication Arts), Phi Alpha Theta (history), Psi Chi (psychology), Sigma Tau Delta (English), and Sigma Theta Tau (nursing).
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