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Monroe College, NY
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Bronx Campus:2501 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, NY 10468
New Rochelle Campus:434 Main Street, New Rochelle, NY 10801
St. Lucia Campus:PO Box 4005, Barnard Hill Castries, St. Lucia
Queens Extension Site:135-16 Roosevelt Avenue,Flushing, NY 11354
Monroe College был основан в 1933 году, в качестве бизнес-школы Монро ти его главной целью является - обучение юношей и девушек со всего мира для получения блистящего образования и их будущей карьеры.
Сегодня Monroe College является одним из лидирующих колледжей в сфере профессионального образования. Monroe College предлагает программы бакалавриата, магистратуры, а также программы профессионального образования в самых приоритетных сферах общественной жизни. Так выпускники Monroe College всегда востребованы и легко лавируют в бушующем океане экономических перемен.
Почему Monroe College?
- - Высокие позиции в национальных рейтингах образовательных учреждений;
- - Большой спектр образовательных программ по всем направлениям;
- - Красивые новые кампусы с прекрасным оснащением в Бронксе, Нью-Рошеле и Сент Люсии;
- - Профессиональные педагоги, которые заботятся об успехе каждого студента;
- - Степень бакалавра всего за три года
Несколько фактов о Monroe College:
Согласно US News и World Report, Monroe самый высокорейтинговый частный колледж в штате New York.
Образование в нем примерно на 50% дешевле, чем в других частных колледжах в U.S.
- Система обучения Monroe’s позволяет получить степень бакалавра всего за три года
- Более 14,000 студентов выпустились из Monroe за прошедшие пять лет
С момента своего основания и по сей день главная цель и миссия Monroe College - предоставлять качественное, специализированное академическое образование. Успех студента в классной аудитории и за ее пределами - вот к чему стремится коллектив Monroe College. "К знаниям через опыт" - непоколебимый девиз колледжа, основной принцип, которому Monroe College, непременно, придерживается.
Monroe College - это уникальная среда обучения. Здесь, в процессе обучения, тесно переплетаются передовой опыт и инновационные методы преподавания, создавая при этом наиболее благоприятную учебную атмосферу. Каждую курсовую работу студенты выполняют в режиме реальной мировой практики. Что помогает им развивать критическое мышление и творческий подход в принятии жизненно важного решения.
Undergraduate Degree Programs at Monroe College
School of Allied Health
The demand for highly skilled nurses, pharmacy technicians, medical and health services administrators and public health professionals has never been greater. At the Monroe College School of Allied Health Professions, our associate and bachelor’s degree programs can get you closer to the health career you always wanted.
Founded in 2000, the School of Allied Health Professions is renowned for its commitment to innovative and engaging instruction in and out of the classroom. Our experienced faculty of 50 know well the current trends and issues impacting health care. Students are expected to learn by doing, taking part in clinical and non-clinical programs designed to build medical, problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. Students develop a respect for the cultural and scientific foundations of the allied health professions while discovering ways to eventually improve medical care.
School of Business and Accounting
The demand for innovative and decisive leadership in business and accounting runs high. At the Monroe College School of Business and Accounting, we’re investing in tomorrow’s leaders by providing students with a curriculum that will drive personal and professional growth, empowering them for careers in accounting and business management.
Students taking classes within the department of accounting and finance are taught by a faculty of experienced certified accounting and taxation professionals. Our instructors provide insight into the principles of accounting, taxation, cost accounting, advanced accounting applications and accounting technology.
Students enrolled in courses offered by the department of business administration also learn from experienced senior business executives. Instructors draw upon their own career highlights to facilitate learning in marketing, project management, e-commerce and human resources.
In addition to academics, students can gain valuable real-world experience by joining the award-winning Monroe College ENACTUS team (formally SIFE), working at the Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence or interning for a corporation. Monroe College is a proud member of the Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society, a group that promotes, recognizes and rewards scholastic achievement in business education.
Monroe's School of Business & Accounting received initial accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) for its MBA, associate and bachelor degree programs in June of 2014. Programs remain accredited for ten years after the ACBSP grants initial accreditation. To receive accreditation, schools must first apply for ACBSP membership and have regional accreditation. Schools are also required to complete a self-study, demonstrating their commitment to improvement, innovation and scholarship, which is followed by a site visit and period of evaluation.
Monroe became a member of the ACBSP in 2010, and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The school is also authorized by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York to grant certificates, associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees.
The School of Criminal Justice
Criminal justice jobs are in high demand. Police units, law firms, social services departments and the courts actively seek top graduates to keep communities safe and to help make a difference. An Associate or Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Monroe College can help you move toward a rewarding and exciting career.
The School of Criminal Justice was founded in 2003 as a service-oriented response to the September 11th attacks. Monroe recognized the need for highly-trained criminal justice professionals, at the local, state and federal levels. We structured our curriculum to empower future law enforcement officers, social justice workers and emergency responders to solve real-life, on-the-job problems.
The School of Education
Make a positive difference in the life of a young child by training to become a teacher at the Monroe College School of Education.
Our Bachelor’s (BS) degree program in Early Childhood Education prepares students for careers as skilled educators in high-needs schools. Our experienced faculty of active and retired teachers, superintendents and education directors bring over 100 years of service to the classroom. They work one-on-one with students to help them grasp the diverse cognitive, cultural, developmental and linguistic needs of early childhood learners. Academic instruction is balanced with real-world training, working with children at local nursery schools, daycare facilities and special needs schools.
The School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts
Just minutes away from New York City, the dining and entertainment capital of the world, Monroe College offers students a hospitality management and culinary arts education that encompasses passion, professionalism, and pride.
Located in New Rochelle, the Monroe College School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts is one of the largest programs of its kind in the United States. It is also one of the most selective. Our faculty of experienced chefs, executive pastry chefs and hospitality managers understand that success in service industries requires pride, passion and professionalism. Students who clearly exhibit a commitment to these values will not only be welcomed into the program, they will get started on a path toward career success.
An Award-Winning Program
Historically, Monroe’s culinary and hospitality teams, students, and faculty have been top competitors, and the program as a whole can boast many achievements, including nearly 500 medals awarded to the Monroe Culinary Team in competitions since 2009. At the 2010-2013 New York State Championship, the Monroe Culinary Team won 15 gold and 10 silver medals and in 2011 and 2013, Monroe culinary students won the Marc Sarrazin Cup at the Salon of Culinary Art competition. Many students have competed in professional competitions and have won gold medals as well as best overall—while competing against professional chefs in the category.
The faculty are award-winning, too. School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts Dean Frank Costantino was named Chef of the Year by the American Culinary Federation Long Island Chapter in 2013 and Monroe pastry instructor Ebow Dadzie was named one of the 2014 Top Ten Pastry Chefs in the US by Desserts International.
The Dining Lab and Pastry Kiosk
Monroe offers a unique opportunity to its SHMCA students to gain real world experience while attending class. Monroe’s on-campus restaurant, the Dining Lab, is run entirely by students, from front of the house to the kitchen. The Dining Lab is open three nights a week and offers a seasonal menu. It has garnered the attention of food critics everywhere, including New York Times editor Alice Gabriel, who dubbed The Dining Lab as “the little kitchen that could."
The Pastry Kiosk, the Dining Lab’s daytime operation, also offers students the opportunity to gain experience. Students create and serve gourmet meals while learning the ins and outs of a lunch-serving institution.
The School of Information Technology
Information technology is driving business growth. Advanced digital applications, social media and robust networking capabilities have forced executives to refocus their business strategies and strengthen their IT influence. The Monroe College School of Information Technology understands this shift. Our programs in information technology empower students to excel as networkers, developers and program designers.
Students are taught by leaders in IT, including CIOs, network analysts and database .administrators who prepare students for internships at leading tech firms, financial institutions and government security agencies.
The School of Nursing
The mission of the School of Nursing at Monroe College is to educate students and to cultivate their capacity for lifelong learning, to foster competent, culturally sensitive nursing care, and to bring innovative, socially responsible leadership to the nursing profession.
Nursing affects the care of persons for the purposes of illness prevention, maintenance, and restoration of health. Within the framework of the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation, a holistic and evidence-based approach to nursing care is created, the goal of which is to care for all aspects of the person: psychological, emotional, physical, cultural and spiritual.
Culturally Competent Care
Is is the belief of the School of Nursing faculty that an increasingly diverse patient population requires cultural competence to be integrated into all aspects of nursing care. Nurses provide care freely without judgement or prejudice, value the differences among persons, and implement care that is within the cultural context of the person. The faculty believes that the nursing program has a responsibility to educate students in culturally competent nursing care through self-assessment, knowledge and respect of different cultures, understanding of the disparities in healthcare, comprehensive cultural assessment of individuals, families and communities, and an understanding of the advocacy role of nursing. By embracing diversity, we strengthen nursing education that promotes culturally sensitive care for all human beings.
King Graduate School
The King Graduate School prepares students to understand the unique challenges of urban communities around the globe and to have a positive impact on them through a focused curriculum and applied research.
A commitment to teaching and learning in the areas of business, entrepreneurship, criminal and social justice, hospitality management, public health and safety
An integration of local, national and international perspectives
A practical, research-based approach to improving communities
At King, students will be able to adapt their graduate studies to their interests by choosing one of our many concentrations and will be able to participate in applied research that attempts to solve practical problems facing urban communities. The King curriculum is industry-driven and the program is tailored to prepare graduates for managerial-level and leadership positions. Classes are offered on campus and online in the evenings and weekends so students have the flexibility if they choose to both work full-time and attend school.
Master’s (MBA) Degree Program in Business Administration
The MBA program at the King Graduate School aims to help students develop the competencies that corporate executives possess in leading and managing in a complex, competitive environment.
Do you dream of starting your own business? Are you interested in new product development? Whatever your passion is, your program may be customized in order to meet your goals. That's the path you'll follow as you work towards your degree.
The King Graduate School offers six different paths towards your MBA degree. Choose from:
Concentration in Finance
Concentration in Entrepreneurship
Concentration in Marketing
Concentration in Community Development
Concentration in Healthcare Management
Concentration in Information Technology
Master’s in Public Health Degree (MPH)
The King Graduate School’s Master’s in Public Health (MPH) program is designed to prepare its graduates for careers in government agencies, academia, healthcare institutions, public health interest groups and nonprofit organizations.
Public health is a diverse field that attracts professionals from various educational backgrounds who work to address complex health issues such as sexually transmitted infections, chronic diseases, environmental hazards and substance abuse. It serves communities locally and/or globally to improve peoples’ health and prolong lives. Public health professionals need to collaborate with clinicians, heath care agencies and community members to identify resources that help mitigate these health issues and prevent future health problems.
The MPH program offers convenient scheduling in which students have the option to take courses on campus, online or both. If students choose to take classes on campus, they can study in New Rochelle, the Bronx or Queens.
Students are required to specialize in one of two concentrations:
Health Administration and Leadership
A 45-credit program, the MPH program will involve traditional public health coursework in the initial semesters while the last semesters will be devoted to a practice-based internship and a thesis paper based on an outcomes-oriented project.
Master of Science Degree in Hospitality Management (MSHM)
The Master of Science in Hospitality Management (MSHM) program is an accelerated one-year program that prepares students for leadership positions in several areas of hospitality, including hotels and resorts, convention services, tourism boards and real estate development. The program also attracts those seeking to start their own business or who wish to switch careers from hospitality to academia.
Conducted primarily online, the MSHM program also involves two-week residencies at the beginning and end of the program so that students may build relationships and share information all while experiencing real-world situations to complement their studies. Students will reside in New Rochelle, just a 30-minute train ride from midtown Manhattan, during their two-week residencies.
The program is a proud member of the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation.
Master’s in Criminal Justice Degree
Criminal justice is one of the fastest growing interdisciplinary programs in higher education. There is a need for advanced criminal justice professionals to enhance public safety, human services, community development and urban crime policy both at home and abroad.
The Master’s (MS) degree program in Criminal Justice based at the King Graduate School seeks to enhance knowledge of the field, critical thinking skills and a mastery of oral and writing competencies. The program provides a broad global perspective on terrorism and other forms of transnational crimes, important to criminal justice professionals who aspire to leadership positions at federal, state and city agencies.
The MS Degree program requires 36 credits which can be completed in as few as four semesters. Students complete eight core courses which may be enriched by specializing in Human Services or Urban Crime Policy. Graduates will develop competences in research methods, causes of crime, analyses of police, courts and the correctional system and crime reduction strategies.
Примерная стоимость обучения на 2014-15 (Undergraduate, Full-Time):$6,420/семестр ($535/кредит)
Примерная стоимость обучения на 2014-15 (Undergraduate, Part-Time):$535/кредит
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Даты начала обучения: зимний семестр - 5 января 2015, весенний - 27 апреля.
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