Additional Academic Opportunities

Additional Academic Opportunities

In addition to the undergraduate majors, minors and certificates offered, students may enhance their learning experience with other kinds of academic opportunities like the programs below. Some of these opportunities have eligibility requirements, application procedures and deadlines. Students should consult with their academic advisors about how these other programs may fit into their plan of study.

Albany Medical College Program

Medicine can make the world a better place, but only if each patient’s dignity is preserved in the process.

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Health Professions

Combining multidisciplinary knowledge, experience and an extensive academic network, Siena’s health professions advisor helps connect students to professional school admissions in Dentistry, Medicine, Optometry, Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, Physician’s Assistant, Medicine, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Podiatry and Veterinary Medicine.

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Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)

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International Studies

The International Studies minor complements all majors and prepares students to “address the challenges of an ever-changing” world and diverse society. Students will examine how their personal decisions and those of U.S. Citizens affect and are being affected by decisions beyond our borders. They will also see that most careers, whether in the arts, non-profit, health, business, social policy/action are pursued within a global context.

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Military Science (Army ROTC)

The Army ROTC “Mohawk” Battalion hosted at Siena College trains and develops future leaders of the United States Army.

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Pre-Law

The pre-law program at Siena College provides students with the information, background and skills to complete the law school admissions process. Our 4/3 admission programs with area and national law schools are an added bonus for qualified Siena students.

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Student Designed Interdisciplinary Program

The Student Designed Interdisciplinary Major (SDIM) is a rigorous program for highly motivated students who have a clear plan, the creativity, and the determination to chart their own course of study. It is designed for students who have an interest other than the ones covered by traditional majors. SDIM can be a primary major or a second major.

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