"Maymester" and Summer semester begins Wednesday, May 14!
Check individual graduate departments for registration information.
The registration process for new graduate students is specific to the individual graduate departments. Information on the procedures and contact information for the departments can be found below.
Immunization Records Must be on File Before Classes Begin
In order to attend graduate classes, whether as a degree seeking or non-degree seeking status, students must have a completed immunization record (pdf) and Meningitis Response form (pdf) on file in the Health Services Office at Le Moyne College. Questions regarding the forms can be directed to the Health Services Office in the Wellness Center for Health and Counseling.
Health Services Office
An MBA program candidate may take as many as two courses (six credits) as a non-matriculated student. A student must apply and be admitted to the program before taking a third course. Courses are offered in the evening and select courses are offered in the daytime and in a "hybrid" format combining on-campus meetings supplemented by online work.
NEW! Health Care Leadership Certificate
This five-course graduate-level certificate is now being offered to provide students with the opportunity to explore contemporary health care within the context of excellence in leadership. Some courses may be used towards the MBA.
Registration for New MBA and Certificate Students
New, non-matriculated MBA and certificate students registering for the first time must do so in person through the MBA Program Office located in Grewen Hall, Room 213. Before registering for courses, students must schedule an advising appointment with the MBA program director. They must bring to the appointments their undergraduate transcript (official or unofficial) showing an earned bachelor's degree. Course selection will be discussed and course waivers will be granted, if applicable.
Please call the MBA Program Office as soon as possible to schedule an advising/registration appointment.
MBA Program Office
Grewen Hall 213
A graduate education program candidate may take as many as two courses (six credits) as a non-matriculated student while completing the application process or sampling the program to see if it is a good fit with personal and professional goals. A student must be admitted to the program before taking a third course. Courses are offered in the evenings and select courses are offered in a "hybrid" format combining periodic on-campus meetings supplemented by online work.
NEW! Two Certificate Programs
Higher Education Leadership: A four-course graduate-level certificate for individuals working in, or wanting to work in, positions of higher education administration and leadership in colleges, universities and community colleges. All certificate courses are offered online.
Adult Education: A four-course graduate-level certificate for individuals working with, or wanting to work with, an adult population in an educator or trainer role in a variety of settings including business and industry, health care, nonprofit organizations, communication organizations, adult literacy education and higher education. The course format is campus-based classroom instruction with synchronous and asynchronous delivery to meet the needs of local students wanting face-to-face interaction and those learners at a distant.
Coursework from both certificates may be applied to the Le Moyne College Master of Science in Education program in professional education.
Registration for New Graduate Education Students
Summer, MayMester and Fall 2014 registration for matriculated graduate education degree and certificate students begins April 1. Summer, MayMester and Fall 2014 registration for non-matriculated education students begins April 7. Graduate education students registering for the first time must register in person through the Department of Education. Before registering for courses, students must schedule an advising appointment with an advisor. They must bring to the appointments their undergraduate transcript (official or unofficial) showing an earned bachelor's degree. Course selection will be discussed. Please call the Department of Education as soon as possible to schedule an advising/registration appointment.
Department of Education
Reilly Hall 101