ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Rockland Community College, SUNY Purchase College and Long Island University Hudson, a regional graduate campus of Long Island University, are partnering to offer students the opportunity to complete their associate, bachelor and master’s degrees all in the same spot.
An agreement made in March will allow students to take courses at all three academic levels at RCC.
While Purchase courses have been offered at RCC for years, the new agreement allows an LIU Hudson extension site on the RCC campus at 145 College Road in Suffern to host graduate classes, which begin on Sept. 6.
The graduate program will include evening and weekend courses. LIU currently has a Hudson extension on the SUNY Purchase campus.
“This partnership allows smooth pathways from undergraduate to graduate professional degrees,” said LIU Hudson Associate Dean Lea Rutmanowitz.
The master’s degrees include programs in counseling, psychology and therapy, teacher education, educational leadership, business administration, public or health administration and pharmaceutics, with specializations in industrial pharmacy and cosmetic science.
Career and academic advising are available from LIU graduate faculty members. Scholarships are available, as well.
For more information, or to arrange a meeting with faculty and program directors, contact RCC at 845-574-4000, Purchase at 845-574-4744 or LIU Hudson at 914-831-2700.
Additional information on LIU's graduate programs can be found here.
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