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Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

M.B.A. Curriculum

Course Descriptions


Master of Science in Communications

Course Descriptions

Exercise and Sport Sciences

Master of Science Degree with Thesis

Master of Science Degree without Thesis

Course Descriptions


Music Education (M.M. or M.S.)

Music Education, Suzuki Emphasis



Strings, Woodwinds, or Brasses


Suzuki Pedagogy

Graduate Courses

Occupational Therapy

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

Course Descriptions

Physical Therapy

Master of Science in Physical Therapy

Course Descriptions

Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Graduation Requirements

Course Descriptions


Ithaca College Graduate Catalog 2002-2003

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Academic Resources


The College library, open more than 100 hours a week, contains 400,000 holdings in books, musical scores, periodicals, videos, films, laser discs, interactive multimedia, and sound recordings. In addition, the library provides access to over 15,000 electronic full-text journals and 150 databases. The library's catalog is easily accessible online, and the interlibrary loan service makes even more resources available. Through the South Central Research Library Council and the Online Computer Library Center, the College library has access to the collections of over 43,500 libraries in the United States and abroad. In addition, the library's website provides access to national and international electronic resources that support the College's programs.

Reference and instructional services librarians are available -- in person, by phone, and via e-mail -- to show students and faculty how to use various print and electronic reference sources. They can also recommend appropriate materials and research strategies. Course reserve materials are available in electronic format. For more information about the library, visit

Information Technology Services

Information Technology Services (ITS) maintains an extensive collection of programming languages, data-analysis packages, and business programs to support the curriculum. Networked computers, both Macintosh and PCs, are available in 30 facilities across campus. One lab is open 24 hours a day, and the rest are open from early morning to late at night throughout the fall and spring semesters. Laboratories are staffed by student consultants skilled at helping people use the computers.

Network file storage and e-mail accounts are provided free to all Ithaca College students, and a student account on the College web server is available on request. Access to e-mail, the web server, the online library catalog, and student account and grade information are all available via the Internet. The Ithaca College home page serves as a campus-wide information system with links to information about the College, courses, class notes, current activities, and other related information.

The ITS staff consists of a director and 25 full-time professionals. Members of the staff provide free workshops and consulting services to Ithaca College students and faculty. The main office is located in Muller 102 and can be reached by telephone at 607 274-3030.

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Andrejs Ozolins, Office of Publications, 30. November, 2003