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The Right Program for You College is a great place to discover new passions. At Hofstra, we have more than 140 undergraduate programs that can introduce you to a world of possibilities. See yourself on Broadway? Aiming to work on Wall Street? Want to save the planet? Create the next social media phenomenon? Travel the world? Write the next great American novel or Oscar-winning screenplay? Yes, we have a program for that! Here are some of the highlights of our academic schools: HOFSTRA COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION

• First-year seminar program

• Cutting-edge control and editing rooms, a state-of-the-art converged multimedia newsroom, and the largest non-commercial film and television soundstage on Long Island

• A wide array of majors and minors, from musical theater to urban ecology to business economics • Program in sustainability

• Accelerated degree programs (including law) • Pre-med curriculum

• Internship opportunities available in every major

• Emmy Award winners, Fulbright scholars, groundbreaking documentary and feature filmmakers, veteran broadcast journalists, and authors among faculty

• Student-run WRHU 88.7 FM, Radio Hofstra University, top-ranked college radio station in New York City and Long Island and No. 6 nationally by The Princeton Review • Accelerated B.A./M.A. program in journalism

FRANK G. ZARB SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

• Student reporters live from the Academy Awards, the Democratic and Republican national conventions, and the presidential debates – two of which were held at Hofstra

• Martin G. Greenberg Trading Room, one of the largest and most sophisticated Bloomberg-based academic facilities in the world

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE

• One of only 10 percent of business schools with accreditation in both business and accounting by AACSB International

• Accelerated B.B.A./M.B.A. program

• Visits with leading banks, hedge funds, the Federal Reserve, NY Stock Exchange and NASDAQ • 20 active Zarb undergraduate extracurricular organizations

• Nationally competitive student marketing and advertising groups • Industry CEOs and a U.S. Treasury secretary among past guest lecturers

• Individualized independent study courses

• All full-time faculty hold a Ph.D. and are scholars in research • One-on-one research projects with faculty • Very high job placement rates

• Semester-long engineering co-op program

• Modern and fully equipped laboratories and classrooms

• Preparation for graduate study at the nation’s most prestigious universities


Learn more at hofstra.edu/colleges

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND HUMAN SERVICES

• Full co-major in an academic area in addition to education course work

• Nationally recognized and well-published scholars among faculty • Technology-based instruction

• Online courses and degree programs available

• Fellowships available for students who teach in high-needs areas

• On-campus employment opportunities at the Saltzman Community Services Center • 96 percent of Hofstra program graduates pass the NYS Teacher Certification Examinations

*Based on 2010-2011 undergraduate degree recipients who responded to a survey within a year of graduating.

• Practical learning experiences and internships in clinics, hospitals, schools, government and community agencies, and other health care facilities • Curriculum grounded in the liberal arts and sciences

• Accelerated B.S./M.S. program in physician assistant studies

Timing of Job Acceptance Percent of Hofstra undergraduate degree recipiEnts**

93% of Hofstra University undergraduate degree recipients are employed or attending graduate school full-time*

• Study areas include rehabilitation, counseling and therapy, physician assistant studies, speech-language pathology and health management

53% Accepted job before graduation 29%

Accepted job 1-3 months after graduation

11%

Accepted 4% job 4-6 months Accepted job after graduation 7-9 months after graduation

2%

Accepted job 10-12 months after graduation

1%

Accepted job more than one year after graduation

**Outcomes are based on 2010-2011 undergraduate degree recipients who are employed and responded to the survey.


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