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About the School:

Utica College’s history can be traced back to the 1930s when Syracuse University operated extension courses in New York City. UC was officially launched in 1946 and is currently a financially and legally independent institution. It is a private four-year institution with an annual enrollment of over 4,900. Utica College has an acceptance rate of 87%, with an early acceptance rate of approx. 92%. Popular areas of study include psychology, homeland security, health professionals, firefighting, and law. The college offers students/faculty ratio of 11:1 with a gender distribution of 41% male and 59% female. The cost of studying at Utica isn’t very cheap as compared to other states. Students need to pay around $22,100 for tuition and fees and around $11,600 for room and board. However, financial aids are also available. Approx. 95% of students receive financial support in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study facilities.

Online Program:

UC currently offers 9 bachelor’s, 10 master’s, 1 doctorate, and 5 certification programs. The complete details can be found on programs.online.utica.edu.
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, data analysis, criminal justice, cybersecurity, healthcare management, health sciences, nursing, and fraud & financial crime
  • Master’s degree in business administration, healthcare administration, accounting, cybersecurity, data science, family nurse practitioner, financial crime & compliance management, nursing education, nursing leadership, and social work
  • Doctorate degree in post-professional doctor of physical therapy
  • Certification program in family nurse practitioner, financial crime investigation, nursing education, nursing home administration, and nursing leadership

Laptop Programs:

UC allows students to lend a laptop for use. Students can borrow the laptop for a period of 60 days. There’s no limitation on the number of times you can check out the device. Also, students need to have a UC ID card to borrow any item. To know more about their program, visit its Technology in UC Library page.


Utica College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

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