Jun 20, 2024  
Archived-Elmira College Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024 Academic Year 
Archived-Elmira College Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024 Academic Year [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Graduate and Professional Articulation Agreements

Alfred University, Clarkson University, RIT, Union College and The University at Buffalo

Elmira College and the Schools of Business at a number of colleges and universities have cooperated in establishing 4 + 1 programs which enable qualified students to earn a bachelor’s degree at Elmira College and then, approximately one year later, either an M.S. in Accounting or an M.B.A. in general business. After four years of study and completion of one of the Business Administration specialization options, students can pursue a general M.B.A. at Alfred University, Clarkson University, Rochester Institute of Technology or Union College. After the completion of the 121 credit hour Accounting program, students may pursue the M.B.A. with a specialization in Accounting or an M.S. in Accounting at Rochester Institute of Technology or the University at Buffalo.

Regent’s University 4+1 Program

Elmira College has entered into an agreement enabling students to obtain a one-year master’s degree at Regent’s University in London. The program provides eligible students with the opportunity to study abroad and to broaden their cultural and international outlook, while obtaining an advanced degree from one of the UK’s premier independent, nonprofit universities.

Students graduating in 2015 and beyond who earn a minimum GPA of 2.5 or above and who are in good standing with the College are eligible for the program. Some post-graduate programs at Regent’s have additional entry requirements. A list of all eligible master’s degree programs that fall within the scope of the 4+1 program can be found on the Regent’s website: http://www.regents.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-study/programmes.

Health Care Professions

Elmira College students have the opportunity to participate in special programs for early admittance to several health care professions schools. Included are the following: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Early Admission Program in medicine, dentistry, or pharmacy; New York College of Podiatric Medicine 3+4 program; Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine 3+4 program; Northeast College of Health Sciences 3+3 chiropractic program; Logan University 3+3 chiropractic program; Life University chiropractic program; University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy 3+4 agreement, and Binghamton University School of Pharmacy 3+4 agreement. For further information, please contact Dr. Lynn Gillie, Kolker Hall, room 203B, (607) 735-1859, lgillie@elmira.edu.

Keiser University M.A. in either Criminal Justice or Homeland Security

Elmira College has an agreement with Keiser University that will enable students to obtain entry into either of Keiser University’s on-line graduate programs leading to the Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice or the Master of Arts in Homeland Security. Graduating students in Criminal Justice who are within one academic year of completing their degree requirements are eligible to apply for this program.