High school students interested in earning a bachelor’s degree in business or information systems from the Madden School of Business at Le Moyne now have the option of taking classes at Monroe Community College for the first two years. This is the first such agreement for Le Moyne with an institution in the Rochester market.
“We are excited about the launch of this new partnership with Monroe Community College,” said John Dolan, vice president for enrollment management at Le Moyne. “Students who enroll in this program will be able to begin their academic career at MCC, seamlessly transfer to Le Moyne, and graduate in four years with a bachelor’s degree from Le Moyne.”
“This unique, dual-admission opportunity puts local high school students on the path to transferring to Le Moyne with full junior status and earning a bachelor’s degree,” said G. Christopher Belle-Isle, director of MCC’s Career and Transfer Center. “Students enrolled in the program are considered Le Moyne students who choose to spend their first two years at MCC. We are pleased to offer this valuable option to students in partnership with Le Moyne College.”
Students who earn an associate degree in business administration or computer information systems, complete a prescribed sequence of courses at MCC and transfer 60 or more credit hours are guaranteed full junior standing within one of the following programs at Le Moyne: accounting; business analytics; finance; information systems; management and leadership; and marketing.