Ithaca College - Master's Degree

From day one, we make our students ready for whatever the future holds. The college has a strong liberal arts core, but also offers several pre-professional programs and some graduate programs.

  • Average Tuition USD 58,798

School Description

Ithaca College, founded in 1892, is a private, coeducational college offering undergraduate and graduate programs in business, communications, health sciences and human performance, humanities and sciences, and music. Ithaca College has been ranked among the top ten master's universities in the North by U.S. News & World Report every year since 1996.

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Admission Requirements

  • Minimum GPA 2.75
  • Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 80
  • Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00


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    Established in 1892


    MILESTONES 2011 Dedication of the Athletics & Events Center 1975 A Period of Growth 1960 The Move to South Hill 1946 Post World War II Surge 1931 The Conservatory Expands 1892 Founded

    The Location

    953 Danby Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850, United States

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      • Testimony
        1999-2003, Bachelor's Degree

        Ithaca College enabled me to learn and grow both academically and personally. The majority of the class sizes were small, which allowed students to really engage in discussions with their teachers. As an individual who has required extra time for assignments and exams since junior high, the Academic Support Team were extremely helpful when it came to coordinating with professors and their assistance allowed me to do well in my studies. The Park School is one of the finest communications centers in Upstate NY (several IC alumni have gone on to work for Viacom over the years). Ithaca itself is a small town, but has plenty to offer its full-time residents and students throughout the year.

      • Testimony
        1978-1980, BS

        I transferred to IC and its TV/R department as a first semester junior. Despite having to be housed off campus for the first two months - Valentine Hall, for all transfer students, near Cornell - I got on campus that first semester when an R.A. position opened up, quickly became immersed in after-class TV activity at Dillingham, and I was off to the races. Taking four years of core courses in two years was a hoot, and being an R.A. at Rowland Hall my junior year provided me with friends and distinct memories that I still have to this day. I reflect often on this experience, and literally do not have a clue as to what my professional career and personal arc would have been had I not made the move to IC.

      • Testimony
        2009-2011, Bachelor in Science

        The first time that I saw Ithaca College and its campus, I fell in love. I knew immediately that this was the place that I wanted to go to for college. It wasn't just the atmosphere or the college culture or even the town itself that attracted me; it was the Finger Lakes Region and its beauty, the countless opportunities for any student to do out there. Even to this day, I consider Ithaca to be my home away from home, especially after I had countless fond memories of my time there. Anyone would be lucky to go to Ithaca and see what it has to offer!