At Molloy

Molloy College is an independent, comprehensive Catholic college with undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs located on a 30-acre campus in Rockville Centre, Long Island, 40 minutes by train from the heart of New York City. A variety of courses are offered during the day, evenings, on weekends and in online/hybrid modalities, depending upon the department and the program of study. The curriculum reflects the College’s commitment to tradition and its openness to creative innovation.

Molloy offers an Associate in Arts degree in liberal arts and sciences. Students may also pursue an Associate in Applied Science degree in the areas of Cardiovascular Technology and Respiratory Care.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees are offered in more than 50 areas of concentration, in such diverse fields as Business Management, Accounting, Sociology, English, Nursing, Biology, Psychology, Music, Interdisciplinary Studies, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Computer Studies, Music Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, and Criminal Justice. The College also offers Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Social Work degrees. Teaching certification is available for Childhood Education, Adolescence Education, and Adolescence/Special Education.

The College offers master's degrees in: Business, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Criminal Justice, Education, Music Therapy, Nursing, and Speech-Language Pathology. Postmaster’s advanced certificates are available in Education, Business and Nursing. Many of these disciplines offer a range of programs of study that serve a variety of student needs and interests. There is also the M.S.W. through Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service Collaborative Program with Molloy. The College has the following doctoral programs: Ph.D. in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), and the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities.

Over 24,000 Molloy College alumni (more than 4,200 of which are alumni from the graduate programs) have benefited from a combination of traditional, liberal studies and practical, professional coursework. Their personal development and professional success are a testimony to the tradition of Dominican education at Molloy College.

Located off the Southern State Parkway, between exits 19 and 20, the College is easily accessible from all parts of Long Island, Queens, Manhattan and Brooklyn by car, bus, or LIRR. For additional information: