Quinnipiac University boasts a wide variety of very reputable academic programs. The University is mostly known for its competitive health and science programs. The school's seven-year physical therapy program is among the most competitive. It is one of the few physical therapy programs in the country that students cannot transfer in to. Occupational therapy is another fully-accredited, very reputable major. The six-year physician assistant program is just as competitive as other universities.
Quinnipiac's School of Business just made the "Top 100 Undergraduate Business Schools" in Bloomberg's Businessweek. Finance classrooms deliver state-of-the-art television monitors that display breaking financial news that simulates the New York Stock Exchange. Quinnipiac's School of Communications is also highly accredited with graduates landing jobs at nearby ESPN, NBC, ABC, and many other national magazines. Situated just 90 minutes outside of New York City, Quinnipiac students have the unique opportunity to take internships in the Big Apple during the school year. The School of Communications has a fully functioning TV studio with live student-run broadcasts on its own channel. Quinnipiac's College of Arts and Sciences is filled with a wide variety of interesting classes, anything from a political science class about the Middle East to a sociology class about death and grief is available. Professors are committed to providing their students with exceptional academics at Quinnipiac.