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Nazareth College

New York - United States

Overview

Nazareth College, founded in 1924, is a co-educational, independent college located on 150 scenic acres near Rochester, N.Y., offering undergraduate and graduate studies. Nazareth has a strong commitment to experience-based learning and civic engagement.

Nazareth College’s academic strengths cross an unusually broad spectrum of 60 majors in the fields of education, health and human services, liberal arts, management, math and science, and the visual and performing arts. The coeducational, religiously independent, classic campus in a charming suburb of Rochester, N.Y., challenges and supports 2,000 undergrads and 800 graduate students. Nazareth is recognized nationally for its Fulbright global student scholars and commitment to civic engagement. Rigorous programs, an uncommon arts and sciences core, experiential learning, career skills, and a global focus prepare graduates for not just one job, but for their life’s work.

Mission

The mission of Nazareth College is to provide a learning community that educates students in the liberal arts, sciences, visual and performing arts, and professional fields, fostering commitment to a life informed by intellectual, ethical, spiritual, and aesthetic values; to develop skills necessary for the pursuit of meaningful careers; and to inspire dedication to the ideal of service to their communities.

Nazareth seeks students who want to make a difference in their own world and the world around them, and encourages them to develop the understanding, commitment, and confidence to lead fully informed and actively engaged lives.

Vision

Nazareth College will be nationally and internationally recognized as a comprehensive educational institution that  provides its students with transformational experiences and integrates liberal arts, sciences, visual and performing arts, and professional education at the undergraduate and graduate levels and that places special value on student success, diversity, inclusion, civic engagement, and making a difference in local and global communities.


Faculties

Undergraduate

Art and Design

Art Education 

Art History 

Visual Communication Design 

Business and Management

Accounting 

Business Management 

Economics 

Finance 

International Business 

Marketing 

Music/Business 

Visual Communication Design 

Education

Art Education 

Education, Adolescence

Education, Early Childhood and Elementary 

Music Education 

Health and Human Services

Clinical Laboratory Sciences 

Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech Therapy) 

Music Therapy 

Nursing 

Social Work 

Occupational Therapy 

Physical Therapy 

Humanities and Social Sciences

American Studies 

Anthropology 

Communication and Media 

Community Youth Development 

English Literature 

History 

International Studies 

Law 

Legal Studies 

Peace and Justice 

Philosophy 

Political Science 

Psychology 

Religious Studies 

Social Science 

Sociology 

Women and Gender Studies 

Languages and International

Asian Studies 

Chinese 

French 

German 

International Business 

International Studies 

Italian 

Modern Foreign Languages 

Spanish 

Music

Music 

Music Education 

Music Performance 

Music Therapy 

Music/Business 

Musical Theatre 

Sciences and Math

Biochemistry 

Biology 

Chemistry 

Clinical Laboratory Sciences 

Environmental Science and Sustainability 

Mathematics 

Toxicology 

Theatre and Performance

Acting 

Dance Studies 

Musical Theatre 

Technical Production 

Theatre Arts 

Graduate

American Studies 

Art Education 

Art Therapy 

Education

Human Resource Development 

Human Resource Management 

Integrated Marketing Communications 

Law 

Literacy Education 

Management 

Music Education 

Music Therapy 

Physical Therapy 

Pre-med, Pre-dental, Pre-vet Certificate 

Social Work 


English Requirements

TOEFL: 550 (paper), or 79 (internet-based)

IELTS: 6.5 


Scholarships

Scholarships are available based on merit.


Tution Fee

Full-time Undergraduate Student

Tuition (12-17 credit hours)

$29,244

Mandatory Fees

$1,318

Room and board (double room, any 15 meals per week)

$12,466

Total

$43,028

Graduate Student

Graduate Students (non-DPT, non-MSW)

Tuition

$829/credit hour

Registration Fee

$25/semester

Graduate Supplemental Fee

$75/semester

Part-time Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

Tuition

$1,174 per credit hour (years 4-6)

Registration Fee

$25/semester

Graduate Supplemental Fee

$75/semester

Full-time Doctor of Physical Therapy Program (years 4-6)

Tuition

 $17,610/semester

Additional fees

Required and vary by semester

Master of Social Work (MSW)

Blended Tuition Rate

$703/credit hour