Undergraduate Transfer Programs

The undergraduate transfer programs result in one undergraduate degree: a bachelor’s degree from the affiliated institution. After completing the appropriate course work at Le Moyne, students must transfer to the affiliated institution to fulfill further program requirements before receiving their degree.

This program allows students to pursue course work at Le Moyne and then transfer to an institution to obtain a degree in a field of study not offered at Le Moyne.

Articulation Programs

Articulatory Institution: Upstate Medical University

Qualified Le Moyne students may apply to transfer into a variety of programs offered at Upstate (respiratory therapy, cardiovascular perfusion, medical imaging (Radiography, CT and MRI, Ultrasound), medical biotechnology, medical technology, radiation therapy). Most of these Upstate programs would begin after students had completed their sophomore year at Le Moyne, would be approximately two years in length, and would lead to a Bachelor of Science degree from Upstate. For all programs, students would have to complete certain academic and non-academic prerequisites, and have achieved certain minimum grade point averages in order to be able to transfer to Upstate.

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee

Combination Undergraduate Degree Programs

The combination degree programs result in more than one undergraduate degree: a bachelor’s degree from Le Moyne and a bachelor’s degree from the affiliated institution. After completing the appropriate course work at Le Moyne, students must transfer to the affiliated institution to fulfill further program requirements.

Pre-Professional/Graduate Combination Degree Programs

The pre-professional/graduate combination degree programs result in more than one degree: an undergraduate degree from Le Moyne and a graduate degree from the affiliated institution. After completing the appropriate undergraduate course work at Le Moyne, students gain admission to the affiliated institution to fulfill professional and graduate-level requirements before receiving their degrees.

This program allows students to obtain their undergraduate and graduate degrees in less time than normally required.

Three - Two Physician Assistant Program at Le Moyne College

Affiliated Institution: Le Moyne College

Eligible Students: Le Moyne college juniors majoring in biological sciences who meet requirements

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor's degree in biology and Master's degree (M.S.) in physician assistant studies; both degrees from Le Moyne College

Program Length: Three years as an undergraduate in Biological Sciences and two years as a graduate student in Physician Assistant Studies.

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee

Three-Three Doctor of Physical Therapy Program with the State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical University

Affiliated Institution: Upstate Medical University

Eligible Le Moyne Students: Those who meet requirements and wish to pursue studies in physical therapy. (Students are accepted to the program before beginning their freshman year at Le Moyne.)

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in biology from Le Moyne and doctoral degree in physical therapy from Upstate Medical University

Program Length: Three years at Le Moyne and three years at Upstate Medical University

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee

Three-Four Le Moyne/State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine Joint Degree Program

Affiliated Institution: SUNY at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine

Eligible Students: Those who meet requirements and wish to pursue studies in dentistry. (Students are accepted to the program before beginning their freshman year at Le Moyne.)

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) in biology from Le Moyne and Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from SUNY at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine

Program Length: Three years at Le Moyne and four years at SUNY at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee

Three-Four Podiatry Program with the New York College of Podiatric Medicine

Affiliated Institution: The New York College of Podiatric Medicine

Eligible Students: Those who meet requirements and wish to pursue studies in podiatry.

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) in biology from Le Moyne and Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine

Program Length: Three years at Le Moyne and four years at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee

Three-Four Optometry Program with the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University

Affiliated Institution: Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University

Eligible Students: Those who meet requirements and wish to pursue optometry studies.

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Le Moyne (after first year of optometry school) and Doctor of Optometry degree from Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University

Program Length: Three years at Le Moyne and four years at Salus

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee

Four-One Forensic Sciences Program with Syracuse University

Affiliated Institution: Forensics and National Security Sciences Institute of Syracuse University

Eligible Students: Students with a GPA of at least 3.0 majoring in biological science or chemistry interested in forensics.

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor of Science degree in biology or chemistry from Le Moyne and Master of Science degree in forensic science or biomedical forensic sciences from Syracuse University.

Program Length: Four years at Le Moyne (possibly including some courses at Syracuse University) and one year at Syracuse University

Contact: Chair of the Department of Biological Sciences or chair of the Department of Chemistry and Physics.

Dual Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree in Engineering Partnership

Affiliated Institution: Syracuse University

Eligible Students: Those meeting requirements

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor's degree (B.S. or B.A.) with a concentration in pre-engineering from Le Moyne College and master's of engineering (M.S.) from Syracuse University (Ten individual major concentrations. Please see the appropriate section of the catalog for details concerning the individual major concentrations.)

Program Length: Four years at Le Moyne College and three semesters at Syracuse University

Contact: Director of Engineering Programs, Chair of Department of Chemistry & Physics, Biology or Mathematics & Computer Science, depending on the concentration.

Students participating in the Syracuse University Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree in Engineering Partnership must choose the appropriate pre-engineering concentration within the appropriate major. Please see the Chemistry & Physics, Biology or Mathematics & Computer Science sections of this catalog for typical programs.

Students who successfully complete their Le Moyne bachelor's degree program with a concentration in pre-engineering with both an overall 3.0 G.P.A. and a 3.0 G.P.A. in their science, mathematics and engineering courses, are eligible for pre-admission into the appropriate master's degree program at Syracuse University and a 50 percent waiver on their master's degree tuition, subject to the terms of the agreement with Syracuse University. The master's degree will typically be completed in an additional three semesters after graduation from Le Moyne.

Permission to register for courses at Syracuse University required by the individual pre-engineering degree concentrations is at the discretion of the director of pre-engineering programs, and will be contingent upon satisfactory academic performance. Students must have both a 3.0 G.P.A. in all mathematics, science and engineering courses, and a 3.0 G.P.A. overall, through the end of the semester prior to the semester in which registration takes place, in order to be permitted to register for engineering courses at Syracuse University for a given term. In addition, students must successfully maintain both 3.0 averages through the end of the term prior to the term in which the course(s) at Syracuse University are to be taken in order to be permitted to maintain that registration and take the course(s). Exceptions may be granted at the discretion of the program director.

Direct Entry and Early Assurance Programs

The direct entry programs allow students to apply for admission to an affiliated program during the senior year of high school, while early assurance programs allow students to apply for early admission to an affiliated graduate school after completion of their sophomore year at Le Moyne. The programs allow students to diversify their educational experiences at Le Moyne with the confidence that they are guaranteed admission to the affiliated graduate program after receiving a bachelor’s degree from Le Moyne.

Express Path B.S. PSY/M.S. OT Program

Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

The psychology and occupational therapy departments at Le Moyne College are partnering to offer a specially designed program that provides an opportunity for an express path to participation in the occupational therapy program.  Students pursuing the Psychology BS/Occupational Therapy MS program will be invited to participate in activities in the OT department and will be granted preferential consideration as long as they demonstrate successful completion of the pre-requisites (and satisfy all other requirements) for the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy. For details see the chair of the psychology or occupational therapy departments.

Direct Entry Program - Le Moyne College Physician Assistant Program

Affiliated Institution: Le Moyne College

Eligible Students: Those who meet requirements and wish to become physician assistants. (Students are accepted to the program before beginning their freshman year at Le Moyne.)

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor's degree in biology and Master's degree (M.S.) in physician assistant studies; both degrees from Le Moyne College

Program Length: Three years as an undergraduate in Biological Sciences and two years as a graduate student in Physician Assistant Studies.

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee

Direct Entry Program - Le Moyne/ College of Medicine at the State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical University

Affiliated Institution: Upstate Medical University

Eligible Students: Those who meet requirements and wish to become physicians who practice in rural locations. (Students are accepted to the program before beginning their freshman year at Le Moyne.)

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor's degree (B.S.) in biology from Le Moyne and Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree from Upstate Medical University

Program Length: Four years at Le Moyne and four years at Upstate Medical University

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee

Early Assurance Program - Le Moyne/State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine 

Affiliated Institution: SUNY at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine Program

Eligible Students: Qualified sophomores

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) from Le Moyne and Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from SUNY at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine Program

Program Length: Four years at Le Moyne and four years at SUNY at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine Program

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee

Early Assurance Program - Le Moyne/ College of Medicine at the State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical University

Affiliated Institution: Upstate Medical University

Eligible Students: Qualified sophomores

Degrees Awarded: Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) from Le Moyne and Doctor of Medicine degree from Upstate Medical University

Program Length: Four years at Le Moyne and four years at Upstate Medical University

Contact: Chair of the Health Professions Advisory Committee