Le Moyne’s undergraduate programs are divided into the Division of Arts and Sciences and the School of Business.
The many majors, professional programs and core curriculum found within Arts and Sciences set the stage for a high quality educational experience grounded in the Jesuit tradition. The axiom "Jesuit tradition" is synonymous with educating the "whole person," that is, with growth in the intellectual, physical, emotional and social dimensions of your life.
The faculty in the Division of Arts and Sciences are committed primarily to the enrichment of your intellect. This commitment is exemplified by the rigorous study of great literature, math, natural and social sciences, art, drama, philosophy, religious studies, languages, history and music. The faculty in the Arts and Sciences do not take lightly their charge to educate the whole person. Indeed, the men and women who comprise our faculty have big plans for you; they will nurture a love of learning that will last a lifetime!
The Le Moyne faculty are themselves passionate learners. They strive continually to contribute to the disciplines in which they were trained. Perhaps more importantly, their research energizes their teaching, and, hopefully, this in turn will get you excited about your education.
You can expect our faculty to teach you how to think critically, analyze and interpret data, and write and speak effectively. Your professors in the Arts and Sciences will teach you to develop connections among disciplines, and how to become an engaged, thoughtful citizen of the global community. In short, we have great expectations for you because a distinctive Jesuit education could never mean anything less.
Interim Dean of Arts & Sciences
Grewen Hall, Room 304
The School of Business of Le Moyne College strives for excellence through a carefully constructed business core curriculum and selected majors that provide a strong grounding in broad-based fundamental business knowledge and skills to prepare students for meaningful and productive careers as managers and professionals.
The members of the School of Business:
- Are committed to the Jesuit ideal of care and concern for the individual while educating the whole person to appreciate the value of work and service to the community.
- Welcome students from diverse economic, social and cultural backgrounds, and seek to enhance the academic progress and development of all students.
- Value intellectual inquiry as an integral component of our academic environment, and seek to foster this spirit of inquiry through faculty participation in recognized scholarly and community activities.
- Make use of and build on the liberal arts and foundations of Jesuit education to develop individuals who have strong analytical skills; who are able to think, write and speak clearly and effectively; who have an understanding of the diverse and dynamic global environment in which we live; and who are well prepared for ethical decision making.
The School of Business will be recognized for its quality business programs, commitment to service and high standards of integrity and ethics.
■ We recognize service to students as our central commitment.
■ We value faculty teaching, research and community service.
■ We expect high standards of integrity and ethics.
■ We uphold an environment of respect, collegiality, concern and collaboration.
■ We value open and effective communication.
■ We value intellectual inquiry and investigation.
■ We value service to others.
Dean of the School of Business
David McCallum, S.J.
Grewen Hall, Room 209K
Academic Affairs encompasses the Division of Arts and Sciences and the School of Business, offering opportunities for students to pursue more than 30 undergraduate programs and majors. Our academic programs are anchored by the Core Curriculum that emphasizes the "education of the whole person and the search for meaning and value as integral parts of intellectual life."
We are proud of our faculty-centered academic advising programs, state-of-the-art classrooms and library, opportunities for students to participate in curricular learning communities, to enroll in service-learning courses and to study abroad.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Linda LeMura, Ph.D.
Grewen Hall, Room 320