Academic Programs Offered On Campus and Online for Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees at Medaille College (2023)

Animal Welfare
Communication
Creative Writing
Ethics
Literature
Management
Philosophy
Pre-Law
Pre-Professional Medical School
Pre-Professional Veterinarian School

Professional Writing
Psychology, Developmental
Psychology, Experimental
Psychology, General
Public Relations

Sport and Recreation Leadership
Management

Academic minors are available to students pursuing a baccalaureate degree. Each minor consists of 15 to 25 credit hours of course work. At least six credit hours in a minor must be completed at the College. Students may not select a minor from the same discipline as their major program. Students wishing to declare a minor must do so by the beginning of their junior year (completion of 60 credit hours). Students transferring in more than 60 credit hours must declare a minor by the end of their first semester at Medaille. Students are permitted to take a maximum of two minors.

Animal Welfare

TOTAL CREDITS: 18-22 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

Required (12-13 credits)

VET 100 Introduction to Veterinary Technology (3)

BIO 101 Biology (3), or BIO 160 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (3), or BIO 170 Comparative Anatomy and Physiology I (4)

VET 240 Foundations of Animal Management and Welfare (3)

PHI 300 Ethics (3)

Two of the following (6 credits):

BIO 340 Animal Behavior (3)

PSY 305 Psychosocial Aspects of the Human-Animal Bond (3)

VET 130 Basic Introduction to Horses (3)

VET 232 Horse and Stable Management (3)

VET 245 Companion Animal First Aid and Disaster Preparedness (3)•VET 235 Animal Learning (3)

VET 305 Advanced Animal Management and Welfare (3)

TOTAL CREDITS: 21 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

COM 101 Introduction to Mass Communication

COM 110 Journalism in the Digital Era

COM 130 Survey of Broadcasting: History, Programming, and Operations

COM 150 Media Promotions and Marketing

One COM elective

Two 300/400 level COM electives

Creative Writing

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

In order to complete the minor in creative writing, the student must attain at least a C+ average in ENG 100, ENG 110 and ENG 200.

Required (9 credits):

ENG 210 Introduction to Creative Writing (3)

ENG 330 Prelude Practicum (3)

Either ENG 205 Introduction to Literature (3) or ENG 215 Introduction to World Literature (3)

Electives (6 credits):

The student pursuing the Creative Writing minor will take at least two 300 level creative writing courses (6 credits).

ENG 300: Fiction Writing Workshop (3)

ENG 310: Poetry Writing Workshop (3)

ENG 320: Dramatic Writing Workshop (3)

For the final course, the student may take an additional 300 level creative writing course from the list above, or any of the following (3 credits):

COM 110 Journalism in the Digital Era (3)

COM 211 Mass Media Writing (3)

COM 260 Photojournalism (3)

ENG 260 Business & Professional Writing (3)

ENG 270 Argument & Persuasion (3)

ENG 360 Advanced Report & Proposal Writing (3)

ENG 498 Independent Study in Writing (3)

Ethics

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

Required (9 credit hours):

PHI 300 Ethics (3)

INT 350 Seminar in Religion and Belief (3)

PHI 398 The American City (3)

Logic component (3 credit hours):

PHI 200 Logic (3)

Applied ethics component: Choose one of the following courses (3 credit hours):

PHI 298 Special Topic in Philosophy: possible themes include Applied Ethics, Everyday Ethics, Professional Ethics, Animals and Ethics, Digital Ethics, Academic Honesty (3)

COM 400 Communications Law and Ethics (3)

CRJ 170 Criminal Justice Ethics (3)

MGT 460 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility (3)

SPM 325 Legal and Ethical Issues in Sports and Recreation Management (3)

Advanced study component: Choose one of the following courses (3 credit hours):

PHI 398 Special Topic in Philosophy: possible themes include Moral Psychology, Relativism and Subjectivism, Advanced Moral Philosophy, Ethics Capstone (3)

PHI 498 Independent Study in Philosophy (3)

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Literature

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

Required (6 credits):

ENG 205 Introduction to Literature (3)

ENG 215 Introduction to World Literature (3)

Two of the following courses (6 credits):

ENG 305 British Literature I (3)

ENG 315 British Literature II (3)

ENG 325 American Literature I (3)

ENG 335 American Literature II (3)

Two of the following courses (6 credits):

At least one course must be a 400 level course.

ENG 210 Introduction to Creative Writing (3)

ENG 345 Film Art & Appreciation (3)

ENG 355 Major Literary Forms (3)

ENG 365 Ethnic Literature in America (3)

ENG 375 Children's Literature (3)

ENG 405 Themes & Topics in American Literature (3)

ENG 415 Themes and Topics in British Literature (3)

ENG 425 Themes and Topics in World Literature (3)

ENG 435 Major Literary Figures (3)

ENG 460 Literary Theory & Criticism: English Seminar(3)

ENG 485 The English Language, Past, Present & Future (3)

ENG 498 Independent Study in Writing (3)

Management

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: BUFFALO

Required (12 credit hours):

ACC101 Financial Accounting I (3)

ECO200 Macroeconomics (3)

MGT175 Management Concepts & Communication (3)

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MKT220 Principles of Marketing (3)

Choose two of the following courses (6 credit hours):

MGT299 Business Law I (3)

MGT240 Financial Management (3)

MGT335 Organizational Behavior (3)

MIS240 Management Information Systems (3)

MGT230 HR Management (3)

Philosophy

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits
CAMPUS: Buffalo

Introductory component (3 credits):

PHI 100 Nature of Man (3)

PHI 170 Issues in Philosophy (3)

PHI 298 Special Topic in Philosophy (3)

Logic component (3 credits):

PHI 200 Logic (3)

Ethics component (3 credits):

PHI 300 Ethics (3)

Upper-division elective component: choose two of the following (6 credits):

PHI 368 The American City (3)

PHI 398 Special Topic in Philosophy (3)

PHI 498 Independent Study in Philosophy (3)

Applied theory elective component: choose one of the following (3 credits):

ART 360 Photography and Perception (3)

COM 300 Introduction to Communication Theory (3)

COM 355 Theory of Media Criticism (3)

EDU 469 Foundations of Education (3)

ENG 345 Film Art and Appreciation (3)

ENG 460 Literary Theory and Criticism (3)

HUM 400 Philosophy and Literature (3)

INT 350 Seminar in Religion and Belief (3)

PSY 368 History and Systems of Psychology (3)

PSY 379 Parapsychology and Pseudoscience (3)

SPM 340 History and Philosophy of Sport (3)

NOTE: students cannot take both the Philosophy and the Ethics minor because there is too much overlap between the two minors.

Pre-Law

TOTAL CREDITS: 21 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

One of the following (3 credits):

CRJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)

POL 101 United States Government (3)

One of the following (3 credits):

HIS 140 Early United States History (3)

HIS 150 Contemporary United States History (3)

HIS 450 Early Constitutional Conflict (3)

HIS 451 Contemporary Constitutional Conflict (3)

One of the following (3 credits):

ENG 205 Introduction to Literature (3)

ENG 215 Survey of World Literature (3)

One of the following (3 credits):

PSY (300/400 level) Psychology elective (3)

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SOC (300/400 level) Sociology elective (3)

One of the following (3 credits):

ENG 270 Argumentation and Persuasion (3)

ENG 360 Advanced Report and Proposal Writing (3)

Required (6 credits):

PHI 200 Logic (3)

PHI 300 Ethics (3)

Pre-Professional - Medical School

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

PHY 200 Principles of Physics I

PHY 201 Principles of Physics II

CHE 400 General Biochemistry

MAT 251 Calculus I

BIO 498 Special Topic in Biology

Pre-Professional - Veterinarian School

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

PHY 200 Principles of Physics I

PHY 201 Principles of Physics II

CHE 400 General Biochemistry

300/400 VET or BIO elective

300/400 VET or BIO elective

Professional Writing

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

In order to complete the minor in professional writing, the student must attain at least a C+ average in ENG 100, ENG 110 and ENG 200.

Required (12 credits):

ENG 210 Introduction to Creative Writing (3)

ENG 330 Prelude Practicum (3)

Either ENG 205 Introduction to Literature (3) or ENG 215 Introduction to World Literature (3)

ENG 260 Business & Professional Writing (3)

Electives (6 credits). Choose any two of the following:

COM 110 Journalism in the Digital Era

COM 200 Digital Media Production

COM 211 Mass Media Writing

COM 260 Photojournalism

ENG 260 Business & Professional Writing

ENG 270 Argument & Persuasion

ENG 360 Advanced Report & Proposal Writing

ENG 498 Independent Study in Writing

Psychology, Developmental

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology

PSY 210 Child Development

PSY 240 Adolescence

PSY 349 Psychology of Adulthood

PSY Psychology elective

PSY (300/400 level) Psychology elective

Psychology, Experimental

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

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PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology

PSY 230 Biopsychology

PSY 321 Behavioral Neuroscience

PSY 351 Psychopharmacology

PSY Psychology elective

PSY (300/400 level) Psychology elective

Psychology, General

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology

PSY 247 Cognitive Psychology

PSY 310 Social Psychology

PSY 370 Abnormal Human Behavior

PSY Psychology elective

PSY (300/400 level) Psychology elective

Public Relations

TOTAL CREDITS: 21 credits

CAMPUS: Buffalo

COM 110-Journalism in the Digital Age (3)

COM150 Media Promotions (3)

COM211 Mass Media Writing (3)

COM 311-Social Media Strategies (3)

COM 390- Crisis Communication (3)

COM 421 Advertising PR Campaign Planning (3)

ENG 260 Business and Professional Writing (3)

Social Justice & Public Administration

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: BUFFALO

Required (6 courses)

SOC 210 Perspectives of Social Justice (3)

PHI 300 Ethics (3)

PHI 358 Truth and Justice (3)

SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology (3)

POL 100 Introduction to Political Science (3)

POL 217 Public Administration (3)

Sport and Recreation Leadership

TOTAL CREDITS: 18 credits

CAMPUS: BUFFALO

Required (4 courses)

PSY 385 Sports Psychology (3)

ECO380 Economics of Sports (3)

SPM220 Sports Leadership & Management (3)

SPM340 History & Philosophy of Sport (3)

Choose two of the following courses (6 credit hours):

SPM325 Legal/Ethical Issues Sports/Rec Mgt. (3)

SPM320 Sports Marketing & Promotion (3)

SPM335 Sport Event Management (3)

SOC301 Sports in Society (3)

SPM377 Field Experience I (3)

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FAQs

Is Medaille a 4 year College? ›

Medaille University: A Private, Four-Year Institution Located in Buffalo and Rochester, NY for Undergraduate, Graduate and Online Degree Studies. Medaille University.

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Does Medaille require GRE? ›

Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Scores: The GRE is required of all PsyD applicants. When your official transcripts are received by the admissions office and your GPA is above 3.5 for both undergraduate and graduate coursework this requirement will be waived.

Is Medaille College a community College? ›

Medaille University is a private, nonsectarian four-year university with campuses in Buffalo and Rochester, as well as an offering of online programs.

Is Medaille College APA accredited? ›

Medaille's APA-accredited (on contingency) doctoral program in clinical psychology (PsyD) is a full-time, practitioner-oriented program that prepares you for a career as a licensed psychologist. Graduates are prepared to engage in the ethical and diversity-sensitive practice of professional psychology.

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Is Medaille College a good school? ›

As a top accredited higher education institution in New York State, Medaille University is an excellent institution, not only for earning your college degrees, but for achieving success as an engaged and civic-minded individual.

How many people go to Medaille? ›

Student Life at Medaille College

Medaille College has a total undergraduate enrollment of 1,455 (fall 2019).

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Submission of SAT or ACT scores is recommended but not required for admission to Medaille College. If you submit test scores, they will be considered with your application.

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Note, your Medaille username follows the format “abc123@medaille.edu” rather than the long format, which is “firstname.mi.lastname@medaille.edu.” To ensure you've done this correctly, please log in to Medaille360. You may also access your Medaille email via portal.office.com.

Does Medaille College have sororities? ›

Medaille College does not have fraternities or sororities.

Medaille College has a thriving Student Government.

Is Medaille a d1 school? ›

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How big is Medaille College? ›

Medaille College has a total enrollment of 2,076 students. The full-time enrollment at Medaille College is 1,701 students and the part-time enrollment is 375.

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A. According to APA's Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation, it can take 18 months or more from the time a program submits a self-study report until the CoA reaches a decision.

What is the difference between a PsyD and a PhD in clinical psychology? ›

Like a PhD in Psychology, the Doctor of Psychology degree (PsyD) prepares students to practice psychology in a wide range of clinical settings. A PsyD, however, focuses more on clinical practice and less on research. As a result, this degree requires fewer research and statistics courses and thus takes less time.

What does accredited on contingency mean apa? ›

“Accredited, on contingency” is granted only if the program meets all standards except for the inclusion of all required outcome data on interns/residents in the program and after program completion.

When did Medaille College become a university? ›

In spring 2022, Medaille's Board of Trustees voted unanimously to submit a charter amendment request to New York State seeking university designation. In May 2022, the New York State Education Department Board of Regents approved an amendment to Medaille's charter to make the institution a university.

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Canisius College's 2022-2023 Rankings

Canisius College is ranked #22 out of 181 Regional Universities North.

How much are dorms at Canisius College? ›

Canisius Living Expenses Canisius prices housing and dining separately. The on-campus housing cost for any average student was $6,118 in 2021, and the price of a standard dining plan was $5,876. The table below shows the average expected prices of on-campus and off-campus housing and meal plans for Canisius College.

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Current members
InstitutionLocationFounded
Mount Aloysius CollegeCresson, Pennsylvania1853
Penn State–AltoonaLogan Township, Pennsylvania1939
Penn State–BehrendErie, Pennsylvania1948
University of Pittsburgh at BradfordBradford, Pennsylvania1963
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medaille f (plural medailles, diminutive medailletje n ) a medal (stamped metal disc awarded as a prize)

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Hilbert College is a private Franciscan college in Hamburg, New York. The college is named after Mother Colette Hilbert of the Franciscan Sisters of Saint Joseph, who founded the school in 1957 to train teachers.

Is Medaille University good? ›

As a top accredited higher education institution in New York State, Medaille University is an excellent institution, not only for earning your college degrees, but for achieving success as an engaged and civic-minded individual. Learn more about what makes Medaille University a good school below!

How many people go to Medaille? ›

Student Life at Medaille College

Medaille College has a total undergraduate enrollment of 1,455 (fall 2019).

Is Medaille College for profit? ›

Is Medaille College for profit or nonprofit? Medaille College is a priivate, not-for-profit college. A not-for-profit college means that revenue must be reinvested into the institution—such as improving operations, instructor salaries, library resources or student services—to fulfill its educational mission.

How big is Medaille College? ›

Medaille College has a total enrollment of 2,076 students. The full-time enrollment at Medaille College is 1,701 students and the part-time enrollment is 375.

Does Medaille College have sororities? ›

Medaille College does not have fraternities or sororities.

Medaille College has a thriving Student Government.

When did Medaille College become a university? ›

In spring 2022, Medaille's Board of Trustees voted unanimously to submit a charter amendment request to New York State seeking university designation. In May 2022, the New York State Education Department Board of Regents approved an amendment to Medaille's charter to make the institution a university.

Is Medaille a d1 school? ›

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