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.