School of Arts and Sciences Programs of Study

The School of Arts and Sciences

Molloy's graduate programs in the School of Arts and Sciences equip students with the critical skills vital to the liberal arts – disciplined thinking, judgment and cogency, an understanding of value systems and personal commitment, writing, speaking, critical analysis and a collaborative work ethic.

Molloy's graduate programs are grounded in liberal arts learning, but are designed to provide students with the professional skills required to succeed in their careers. Whether it is the MS program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Criminal Justice, Music Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, or the graduate program in Social Work in partnership with Fordham University, students will find a demanding but transformational curriculum:

  • A student-center learning environment nourished with scholarly and creative activity
  • Faculty who are experts in their field
  • Exposure to vibrant communities that Molloy expects students will become members of and serve

Molloy College is a place where students will thrive and grow into the career-ready professional they want to become.

Additional information: School of Arts and Sciences