May 29, 2024  
2016 Graduate Catalog 1.1 (WINTER - SPRING) 
2016 Graduate Catalog 1.1 (WINTER - SPRING) [ARCHIVED CATALOG - Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

About Utica College

Utica College is a private comprehensive college in a suburban setting, with a liberal educational philosophy and an informal, personal atmosphere. On a modern campus on the southwestern edge of the medium-sized city of Utica, New York, Utica College’s more than 3,700 full- and part-time students benefit from full-time faculty involvement in all facets of the institution’s academic life.

Consistent with the College’s founding undergraduate mission, Utica College provides a graduate education environment that integrates the traditions of liberal learning with the development and maturation of cutting-edge professional skills. Utica College holds that education is a learning process that is a continuing, exciting, challenging, enlightening, and fulfilling experience requiring commitment, discipline, and excellence. This philosophy ensures that students are challenged intellectually and prepared as civic and professional leaders.

Graduate programs are offered in the following schools of the College: School of Arts and Sciences , School of Business and Justice Studies , and School of Health Professions and Education . The Office of Graduate Studies provides support for on-ground graduate students and coordinates graduate research policies and procedures, leave of absence, application for readmission and continuous enrollment processes for all graduate students. The Office of Online and Extended Studies serves as a central point of contact for online students for support and problem resolution.

The student body at Utica College is diverse, made up of men and women from many socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. They represent a wide variety of ethnic groups and include a significant number of nontraditional students and veterans. Some of Utica College’s students commute from Utica and nearby Mohawk Valley communities, while others come from all parts of the United States and other countries. Graduate students may pursue their studies residentially or through online or distance-based instruction.

This catalog contains information about specific programs as well as the policies and procedures that govern
graduate education at Utica College.

For Further Information:

For further information about Utica College and admissions material, contact:

Utica College
Office of Graduate Admissions
1600 Burrstone Road
Utica, NY 13502-4892
Telephone: (315) 792-3010
Fax: (315) 792-223-2530
Web site:

For further information or materials regarding our online programs, contact:

Utica College
Online Degree Programs
Telephone: (866) 295-3106
Web site: