Graduate Programs in Education

Through scholarship, teaching and service, the Department of Education at Le Moyne College is a learning community in the Jesuit tradition dedicated to preparing and inspiring teacher leaders who practice participatory democracy and social justice in their classrooms and schools.  MORE...

Department Chair: Suzanne Gilmour, Ph.D.
Department of Education
Reilly Hall Room 101
(315) 445-4376

Madden School of Business Graduate Programs: MBA and NEW MS Program in Information Systems

We've carefully structured our part-time program to meet your educational requirements and demanding scheduling constraints. Our high quality standards set our program apart but, more important, demonstrate our total commitment to helping you reach your career goals in the manner that's most convenient and efficient for you. MORE...

Madden School of Business
Graduate Programs
Mitchell Hall 109
(315) 445-4786

Graduate Programs

Physician Assistant Studies

MBA Program

Arts Administration

M.S., Information Systems



Graduate Programs in Nursing

Nursing education at Le Moyne is an ideal fit with our mission of preparing students for leadership and service to society. As one of the 28 Jesuit institutions, Le Moyne maintains a strong focus on the liberal arts and sciences while embodying the Jesuit tradition of academic excellence and personalized instruction. MORE...

Chair and Professor: Susan B. Bastable, R.N., Ed.D.
Department of Nursing
Coyne Science Center Room 217
(315) 445-5435

Physician Assistant Studies

The Physician Assistant Profession is a demanding yet rewarding career. Serving the health care needs of your fellow human beings is a privilege and responsibility, and it is the goal of this program to prepare physician assistants who are caring, compassionate, and competent. MORE...

Program Director: Mary Springston, RPAC, M.S. Ed.
Department of Physician Assistant Studies
Coyne Science Center Annex ("New Building") Room 310
(315) 445-4745

Arts Administraton

An appreciation of the arts goes beyond the aesthetic beauty of music, dance, visual art and theatre to an appreciation of the administration that makes the programs successful in our communities and across the globe. The Arts Administration program provides an opportunity to study and apply management concepts in the arts. MORE...

Program Director: Travis Newton
Department of Visual and Performing Arts
W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts Room 206
(315) 445-4210