Since its founding in 1933, Monroe College has emphasized real-world understanding as a key element of a student’s academic journey. The college combines innovative academics with a signature cooperative education program, experiential learning, as well as a burgeoning study abroad program. Monroe is recognized as a national leader in providing a focused, career-oriented, quality education to its student body with integration of classroom learning with real-world experience. International students find a unique culture of caring as they learn the customs of a new country. It is not a place of huge, impersonal lecture halls. It’s an environment of small classrooms, most with less than 25 students, and professors who know students by name.
The King Graduate School prepares students through a focused curriculum and applied research. The King graduate programs are not a cookie-cutter approach to advanced education, but a one-of-a-kind program designed specifically for each student’s personal interests and professional aspirations. Student success is at the heart of the dynamic approach to graduate education. The King Graduate School emphasizes learning from real world scenarios and problem solving. Specifically, the King Graduate School prepares students to understand the unique challenges around the globe and to have a positive impact through a focused curriculum and applied research. The King curriculum is industry-driven and the program is tailored to prepare graduates for managerial-level and leadership positions.
Monroe College is located 30 minutes away from New York City. The Metro North station is a five minute walk from campus, so New York City and all the experience it can provide are readily accessible to Monroe students. New Rochelle is home to New Roc City, one of the largest entertainment centers in Westchester County with IMAX theaters and a variety of American cuisines, where students can relax and socialize.
New York is one of the most exciting cities in the world! New York is a culturally diverse and rich in its cultural contributions from museums, parks, restaurants, and diverse neighborhoods to cherished local landmarks such as Yankee Stadium, The Empire State Building and Radio City Music Hall. There’s something about New York that inspires. The pulse of its creativity and the energy emanating from its skyline seem to radiate outward to every corner of the world.