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QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY
Greg Eichhorn
Assoc. Vice President for Admissions
275 Mt. Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518


Phone: 203-582-8600
Fax: 203-582-8906
Toll Free: 800-462-1944
Email: admissions@qu.edu
Website: www.qu.edu
 
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Classification: Private, 4 year
Setting: Suburban
Year Established: 1929
Accreditation: New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
Undergraduate Degrees: Bachelor's
Undergraduate Enrollment: 7,102
Tuition: $47,960 (2018-19) (includes fees)
Room and Board: $14,540 (freshman residence hall)
Programs:

Bachelor’s degrees: Accounting, Advertising & Interactive Media, Athletic Training/Sports Medicine, Behavioral Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical Marketing, Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Communications, Computer Information Systems, Computer Information Systems and Accounting, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Economics, Education (5-year MAT), Engineering, English, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, Film, Television and Media Arts, Finance, Game Design and Development, Gerontology, Health Science Studies, History, Independent Majors, Industrial Engineering, Interactive Digital Design, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Business, Journalism, Law in Society, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Microbiology and Immunology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy (5½-year entry level Master’s), Philosophy, Physician Assistant (6-year entry-level Master’s), Physical Therapy (6- or 7-year entry level Doctorate), Political Science, Pre-Med, Psychology, Public Relations, Radiologic Sciences, Sociology, Software Engineering, Spanish Language & Literature, Theater. 

Graduate degrees: 

DNP - Doctor of Nursing Practice 

DPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy (6 ½ year)

MBA - Business Administration, Health Care Management, Supply Chain Management, Chartered Financial Analyst®, MBA (online program) 

MD – Doctor of Medicine

MHS (Master of Health Sciences): Advanced Medical Imaging and Leadership,  Anesthesiologist Assistant, Cardiovascular Perfusion, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Molecular and Cell Biology, Pathologists’ Assistant,  Physician Assistant, Radiologist Assistant, MAT – Master of Arts in Teaching: elementary or secondary Education; MS (Master of Science): Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Journalism, Interactive Media, Information Technology (online program), Nursing – Adult or Family Nurse Practitioner; Organizational Leadership (online program); 

MS (Master of Science): Business Analytics, Interactive Media (online), Journalism, Public Relations, Sports Journalism, Accounting

MSW - Master of Social Work 

OTD - Occupational Therapy Doctorate (online program)

 JD - Law, JD-MBA, JD/ JD/MELP (Joint degree program in Environmental Law with U. of VT), LLM (Master of Laws in Healthcare.) 

Several innovative programs combine an undergraduate degree and a graduate degree in less time with great benefits such as fixed tuition and student fees. Programs include a 3+1 BS/MBA in the School of Business; 3+1 BA/MS in the School of Communications; 3+1 BS in Biology or Biochemistry/MS in Molecular Cell Biology; 3+3 BA or BS/JD in the School of Law; and the 3+2 BA/MSW in Social Work. 

Special Features: Quinnipiac is located in Hamden, Connecticut, just 8 miles from New Haven, Conn. and midway between New York City and Boston. A campus shuttle system provides access to area shopping and attractions. Quinnipiac is a suburban campus comprised of 600 acres on three sites enrolling 7,100 undergraduate and 3,000 graduate students. The 250-acre Mount Carmel campus is adjacent to Sleeping Giant State Park, which offers 1,700 acres of hill and trails for hiking and walking. A picturesque campus setting provides an enjoyable academic and residential experience for students. Facilities include the main library and learning commons, a real-time financial technology center, and all-digital, high-definition television production studio, a recreation/fitness center, outdoor tennis courts and athletic fields. The nearby 250-acre York Hill campus, with panoramic views of the region, offers suite-style housing for juniors and seniors, a lodge-like student/recreation center and twin 3,500-seat arenas for ice hockey and basketball. The North Haven campus, just five miles away, provides upper-level and graduate students in the Schools of Education, Health Sciences, Nursing, Medicine and Law with a state-of-the-art setting on 100 scenic acres.
Admissions Requirements:

HS diploma; 16 HS units, including 4 English, 3 Math, 2 Lab Sciences, 2 History plus 4 college preparatory electives. SAT or ACT required in the Schools of Health Sciences and Nursing, optional in the College of Arts and Sciences, and Schools of Business, Communications, Engineering: personal statement and 1 letter of recommendation.

Transfer Requirements: College Transcript, Minimum GPA: 2.5
Transfer Admissions Contact: Mary Wargo, Director of Transfer Admissions
Transfer Admissions Email: transfer@quinnipiac.edu
Annual Transfer Enrollment: More than 100
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