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Home » Colleges »Albertus Magnus College

Albertus Magnus College

Introduction:

Located in New Haven, Connecticut, Albertus Magnus College is some two miles away from the main campus of Yale University. Students at this Connecticut College are offered liberal arts education which is ingrained in the Dominican tradition of scholarship. The first graduate-level course of study was started in 1992. Albertus Magnus College, CT is committed to fulfill the academic needs of its students and of the society as well by offering a congenial ambiance and individual care. More than 2,300 students are served by Albertus Magnus College and some 500 students are offered traditional undergraduate program.

Course Details:

Albertus Magnus College offers various courses to its students. The Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Associate of Arts degrees are the traditional undergraduate programs. Courses are offered on the following fields:

  • Accounting
  • Art (history and studio)
  • Art therapy, biology
  • Business administration
  • Chemistry
  • Child development and mental health
  • Communications
  • Creative writing
  • Criminal justice
  • English
  • Finance
  • Foreign language
  • General studies
  • Graphic design
  • History
  • Humanities

    Apart from this, courses are also available on international business, management information systems, marketing, mathematics, human services, industrial and organizational psychology, photography, physical sciences, political science, performing arts/theater, philosophy/religion, social science, social work, sociology, urban studies, prelaw, premedicine, psychology and sports communications.

  • Master's degree is available on
  • Master of Arts in Art Therapy
  • Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
  • Master of Arts in Leadership
  • Master of Business Administration

    Admission Procedures:

    Albertus Magnus College is open to all irrespective of nationalities, race, culture and religion. The freshman students must submit counselor recommendation, high school transcript, extracurricular activities, essay, and scores on the SAT or ACT along with the application. Transfer students should submit high school records, SAT or ACT scores as well as college records if applicable.

    Accommodation Facilities:

    Housing facilities are offered by Albertus Magnus College, CT. Myriad of activities are offered at the Campus Center. Some of these are contests, comedy shows, live music as well as other unique functions. On-campus organizations that are functioning in Albertus Magnus College include the Outspoken Club, the English Club, the Student Government Association, the Campus Activities Board, a dance team, the Art Club, the Business Club and more.

    Contact Details:
    Albertus Magnus College
    700 Prospect Street
    New Haven, CT 06511-1189
    Telephone number: (203) 773-8550
    Website: http://www.albertus.edu

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