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With nearly 30 majors and more than 20 minors, the College of Arts & Sciences is the intellectual hub and academic center of Le Moyne.
The College's first named school was launched in 2012, moved to a state-of-the-art facility in 2013 -- and is transforming business education at Le Moyne.
You'll find advanced degrees in some of the fastest-growing and most sought-after fields of study
A full array of certificate programs and opportunities for professional and personal development, offered in convenient and accessible formats..
Within the context of a Catholic, Jesuit college, the McDevitt Center provides a new model for enhancing and integrating research, teaching, learning and service..
Le Moyne’s Quantitative Reasoning Center provides a dynamic environment that empowers students, faculty, and community members to deepen their understanding of quantitative reasoning.
Sustainability and climate change -- and their far-reaching impact on society -- are issues at the forefront of Jesuit initiatives, and serve as focal points for education and research conducted by the Center.
Faculty-student collaborative research lies at the heart of CURAR's mission, as the Center strives to serve the needs of the Central New York by working to improve region's economic, social and educational infrastructure.
"The best part of my college career has been the terrific teachers, mentors, and life-long friends that I have gained... I have never been so greatly impacted by my instructors as I have at Le Moyne." - Ben Bratek '12, nursing major
Corey Palmer '18 and Katie Markstein '18 spent hundreds of hours getting their hands dirty and putting their understanding of biology, geology and chemistry to work on a project that is not just close to their hearts, but which also addresses one of the most critical issues facing humanity today - preservation of the environment.
The members of the Class of 2018 are set to make their mark on the world. Some will be heading back to the classroom to study medicine Georgetown University, public administration at Columbia University, bio-geo-chemistry at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and law at the University of William and Mary. Many will be entering the workforce, crunching the numbers at “Big Four” accounting firm EY, spreading the magic at the Walt Disney Co., and so much more.
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