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Academic Highlights

  • Honors Program: This academically challenging program is designed to meet the educational needs of the most highly motivated students at Iona. Open to students of any major, it offers a wide range of interdisciplinary courses and opportunities to engage in independent research. As a member of the Honors program, students receive 24 free tuition credits to be used over the course of four years during summer, winter or study abroad sessions.
  • Hynes Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation: We continue with this visionary program which will help students develop the skills and confidence to become leaders in their chosen field.
  • Faster MBA Option: We now offer a 39-credit MBA program available to students regardless of their undergraduate major. Students can complete a four-year bachelor’s degree in the subject field of their choice, then complete an MBA in one additional year!
  • Joint Degree Programs: Through partnerships with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and Seton Hall Law School, we offer students joint programs in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and law.
  • Summer Sessions: Summer Sessions at Iona College provide students with a wide range of opportunities. From day, evening and weekend courses to online/distance learning, independent study and study abroad, Iona’s campus in New Rochelle has plenty to offer. Whether you are a current Iona undergraduate student or a visiting student trying to earn credits to graduate early, make up some classes or explore an area that has always intrigued you, Iona can help you achieve your goals.
  • Pre-College Summer Program: The Pre-College Summer Program at Iona College gives rising high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to get a glimpse of academic and campus life and earn college credits.
  • College Assistance Program: CAP is designed to offer support for students who have had either an IEP or a 504 plan in high school, who are college ready, and who have demonstrated use of a learning center or resource room support. This includes students with a diagnosed learning disability, AD/HD, or diagnosed on the autism spectrum.