Professionals with demanding schedules balancing careers, family and their education find our online programs flexible, challenging, fulfilling and above all, manageable. Complete course work from home, work, the park - anywhere you have an internet connection.
Six eight-week sessions year-round
Medaille College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, (215) 662-5606.
Feed your brain, then feed your soul. As a Medaille student you’ll study hard and then you’ll play hard. Head to the gym, the studio or the student center. Meet up with your friends at the dining hall or in your dorm room. Join a club or help someone out.
Get in shape. Take advantage of our first-class recreational facilities and gym, or join a team. A member of the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference, Medaille fields successful NCAA Division III athletic teams for men and women.
No place like home. Live in one of our high-tech dorms with all the amenities you’ll need to make your space your new home. Eat a great meal with your friends at the dining hall.
Make a difference. Volunteer your time, take part in charity events or give back to the community.
Have fun and make friends. Meet cool people outside of class and the lab. Learn more about something you love or find a new hobby in Medaille’s dozens of student clubs.
You have to close the books sometime. When it’s time for the ’Life’ part of Student Life, you’ll find plenty at Medaille.
- Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling
- Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
- Master of Arts in Psychology
- Master of Business Administration
- Type of Institution: private, non-sectarian four-year college.
- Total Undergraduate Enrollment: 1798
- Total Graduate Enrollment: 882
- Percent of Undergraduate who are full-time students: 92%
- Percent of Undergraduate who are part-time students: 8%
- Percent of Graduate who are full-time students: 77%
- Percent of Graduate who are part-time students: 23%