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Canisius College
On-Line Graduate Programs

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Online learning at Canisius College is administered through the graduate admissions department. Programs feature the same quality, rigor and learning opportunities as on-campus coursework with the flexibility of the virtual classroom. Starting with a readiness assessment to confirm compatibility, much information is provided at the outset. Online master’s degrees are available in anthrozoology, nutrition, health & related programs, education including several disciplines, fine arts and sport administration. Canisius also offers advanced certificated in several fields to enhance the career of established professionals. Student resources and support services are extensive and include admission and financial aid, class enrollment, academic support featuring tutoring, mentoring and supplemental instruction, access to libraries and the bookstore, technology support, service-learning opportunities, veterans services, counseling and a career center.

Students Enrolled
383
Programs
16
Resources
  • e-mail services
  • library services
  • campus computer network
  • career placement assistance
  • academic advising
  • bookstore
  • tutoring

Contacts

First Name
Mark
Middle Name
K
Last Name
Gallimore
Title
Director, Center for Online Learning & Innovation
Phone
716-888-8353
First Name
Julie
Last Name
Zulewski
Title
Director of Graduate Enrollment & Corp Engagement
Phone
800-950-2505

Parent Institution

Denomination
Roman Catholic (Jesuit)
Calendar
Semesters
Control
Private—Religious
Founding Year
1870
Name
Canisius College

Contacts

First Name
Mark
Middle Name
K
Last Name
Gallimore
Title
Director, Center for Online Learning & Innovation
Phone
716-888-8353
First Name
Julie
Last Name
Zulewski
Title
Director of Graduate Enrollment & Corp Engagement
Phone
800-950-2505

Traditional School

Canisius College

Canisius College

Buffalo, NY

Canisius College is a private, 4-year Jesuit school located in Buffalo, NY. The college was founded in 1870 by the Society of Jesus and is one of 28 Jesuit Colleges in the country; the school was started after a church split which led to the establishment of the school aimed at educating the children of . . .

Programs