School of Arts & Sciences

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The School of Arts and Sciences at Molloy University is taking liberal arts learning to exciting new heights


The School of Arts and Sciences, established in 2018, carries on a great tradition at Molloy University: educating thousands of students with liberal arts and sciences degrees that have led to fulfilling and lucrative careers. The formula to this successful approach is simple:

  • Cultivating our students into the critical thinkers necessary for success in today’s complicated and challenging workplace.
  • Comprehending the interconnected nature of the world by offering foundational, responsive, transformative interdisciplinary undergraduate degrees.
  • Connecting that cross-disciplinary approach to experiential learning – internships, study abroad, lab experiences, service learning, undergraduate research and creative expression – which becomes a stepping stone to a career immediately upon graduation.

The School of Arts and Sciences at Molloy University is taking liberal arts learning to exciting new heights, with undergraduate and graduate programs in disciplines ranging from Biology to Theology, Art, Communications, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Psychology and more.

Dr. Gina M. Florio
"The mission of the School of Arts & Sciences is to connect our students to their future careers"
Gina M. Florio, Ph.D. Dean School of Arts & Sciences

Preparing you for a lifetime of opportunities


Founded in 2018, the School of Arts & Sciences brings the liberal arts programs together to further the mission of Molloy University. We are a diverse community of learners dedicated to preparing our students to be educated, engaged, empowered, ethical leaders and citizens. Studying the liberal arts will lead you to jobs you could never have even imagined and will equip you with a lifetime of skills you will need to succeed no matter what path you choose. What can you do with a liberal arts degree? Anything you want!

School of Arts & Sciences Events


Each academic year, the School of Arts & Sciences sponsors scholarly, research-oriented and creative events, many of which are open to the entire Long Island community. We also offer departmental and career sessions where you can learn more about our many programs and the types of careers you can pursue by studying the liberal arts.

  • Academic Lecture: "The War on Drugs, Race, and the Media" / February 1, 2023

    The Department of Sociology & Anthropology presents: The War on Drugs, Race, and the Media -

    A lecture with Dr. Michael Rosino, Assistant Professor of Sociology where he sheds light on these issues and discusses his research on the relationship between race, the media, and the war on drugs. 

     

    February 1, 2023 10:40am

    Hagan Center Room 239

    or via zoom

    Call School of Arts & Sciences for zoom link 

    516-323-3433/4051

     

  • The Kathy Belton Science Fair / March 17, 2023

    The Kathy Belton Science Fair, named after Kathleen Belton a well-respected faculty member in biology who made significant contributions to the Molloy community, is held in honor of her service to community. The science fair brings together the future generation of STEM scholars with the goal of providing a vehicle for students to showcase their creativity and talent in science, math, and engineering. 

    March 17, 2023

    Details to come

  • Kappa Mu Epsilon Conference / April 13-15, 2023

    Sponsored by the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, the Kappa Mu Epsilon (mathematics national honor society) Biennial Convention will be held April 13-15, 2023, at Molloy University. The conference brings together scholars and students from around the country to present their abstracts. The Molloy chapter NY Rho was established in 2009.

     

    April 13-14, 2023

    Details to come

Our students transform communities through meaningful careers


School of Arts & Sciences


Gina M. Florio, Ph.D., Dean

Siena Hall 106
1000 Hempstead Ave.
Rockville Centre, New York 11570