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Iona College is a Roman Catholic institution located in New Rochelle, New York. Operated by the Christian Brothers, Iona College is named after the island of Iona, located in the Inner Hebrides off of Scotland.
Established in 1940, the college features a beautiful 35-acre campus. In addition to the main campus in New Rochelle, Iona College has a campus in Rockland County, New York, which opened in August 2003.
Iona College offers a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate programs in the School of Arts and Science, and the Hagan School of Business. Undergraduate degree courses are also offered for evening and weekend students.
Iona's School of Arts and Science comprises 22 academic departments and more than 30 majors. The School offers programs in the traditional liberal arts, and in selected pre-professional and professional programs designed to provide academic challenge and intellectual depth, which are rooted in liberal learning. Those programs provide a unique mix of classroom instruction, independent research, internship, and practical experience.
The School of Arts and Science provides its students with the skills required for success in a rapidly changing environment - effective oral and written communication, critical thinking, problem solving, computer competency, ethical decision making, and scientific and technological literacy.
The college provides exceptional facilities that are deigned to meet contemporary, technological demands. The school’s several programs have achieved special accreditations from NCATE for Education, ACEJMC for Mass Communications, and CSWE for Social Work.
The Hagan School of Business is renowned as one of the most innovative Businss Schools in the New York Metropolitan area. Hagan provides outstanding, AACSB Internationally accredited business programs.
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