Quinnipiac offers 58 undergraduate programs, including degrees in the arts and sciences, business, communications, engineering, health sciences and nursing.
Quinnipiac offers more than 20 graduate programs that give students a solid foundation to base their careers on—with both rigorous academic preparation and in-depth practical experience.
Our part-time programs are designed with adult students in mind, with highly marketable degrees and certificates, flexible schedules and creative payment plans.
Quinnipiac's undergraduate and graduate programs are offered through the College of Arts and Sciences and the Schools of Business, Communications, Education, Engineering, Health Sciences, Law, Medicine and Nursing.
Quinnipiac students get plenty of attention from their professors. But when they need extra academic help, they can rely on a number of support services, many of which are offered through The Learning Commons.
Quinnipiac offers a number of accelerated courses during the summer months, on-campus or online. Courses are open to all undergraduate and graduate students.
Our Academic Catalog provides a comprehensive listing of programs and requirements, academic policies, academic chairs and more. The Academic Calendar outlines the University schedule of exams, school breaks and holidays.
At the heart of Quinnipiac is our commitment to teaching and collaboration. Quinnipiac’s approximately 400 full-time faculty members are active in their fields and on campus.
Quinnipiac has three libraries for students, faculty and staff: the Arnold Bernhard Library, the School of Law Library and the Edward and Barbara Netter Library, which offers resources for medical, health sciences and nursing students.
At Quinnipiac, we believe that diversity enriches the educational experiences of all students and promotes personal growth and a healthy society. From lectures on campus to study abroad programs, opportunities for enrichment abound.
Quinnipiac offers students many opportunities for experiential learning, including study abroad, service learning courses, unique internship programs, volunteer work and more.
Commitment to Teaching
At the core of the community is a commitment to teaching. Undergraduate and graduate classes are small. Faculty members frequently involve students in their research--an experience that builds skills, resumes and confidence. Internships are targeted and helpful. A new program allows students to intern and take classes in Los Angeles, gaining invaluable career development experience. And faculty members are always innovating, with technology and with programs like Writing Across the Curriculum and QU 101.
The impact is easy to see. Our journalism alumni are top-notch. Our physical therapy and physician assistant graduates are among the best practitioners in the nation. A local superintendent tells us that he prefers to hire Quinnipiac teachers. Our recent graduates attend graduate schools and launch their careers well-prepared for the future.