SUNY - Buffalo State College
SUNY – Buffalo State College

Buffalo State College offers students an exciting metropolitan campus in the heart of Buffalo’s cultural corridor, creating opportunities for students to do research, attend events, and engage in the community.

  • Location: Buffalo, New York
  • Public or private: Public
  • Student body: 12,500
  • Faculty/student ratio: 17:1
  • Average class size: 23
  • Undergraduate degrees offered: 166
  • Graduate degrees offered: 62
  • Academic calendar: Semesters
  • ESL options: No on-campus ESL program. Student must meet stated TOEFL/IELTS requirements.
  • The faculty at Buffalo State were commended as a “major source of excellence” by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
  • 47 faculty members were awarded the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, and eight have been honored as SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professors.

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Anthropology Electrical Engineering Technology: ElectronicsPainting .
Art English Philosophy
Art Education (K-12) English Education (Grades 7-12) Photography .
Art History Exceptional Education and Childhood Education (Grades 1-6): Elementary Education EdPhysics
Arts and Letters Fashion and Textile Technology Physics Education
Biology Fibers .Physics Three-Two Engineering Option
Biology Education (Grades 7-12)Forensic Chemistry Political Science
Business AdministrationFrench Education (Grades 7-12) Printmaking
Business and Marketing EducationFrench Language and Literature Psychology
Career and Technical EducationGeography Public Communication.
CeramicsGeology Sculpture
ChemistryHealth and Wellness Social Studies Education
Chemistry Education (Grades 7-12)History Social Studies Education
Childhood Education (Grades 1-6)Hospitality Administration Social Work
Communication DesignIndividualized Studies Sociology
Communication StudiesIndustrial Technology Sociology
Computer Information SystemsInterior Design .Spanish Education (Grades 7-12)
Criminal JusticeJournalism Spanish Language and Literature
Dietetics: Coordinated ProgramMathematics Speech-Language Pathology
Dietetics: Didactic ProgramMathematics Applied Technology Education
Early Childhood and Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 6)Mathematics Education (Grades 7-12) Television and Film Arts
Early Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 2)Mechanical Engineering Technology Theatre
Earth Science Education (Grades 7-12)Media Production Urban and Regional Analysis and Planning
Earth Science Education (Grades 7-12; 5-6 Extension)Metals/Jewelry Wood/Furniture
Earth SciencesMusic Writing
EconomicsMusic Education (PreK-12)  

Museum Studies Criminal Justice Mathematics Education (Grades 7-12)
Adult Education Earth Science Education (Grades 7-12) Multidisciplinary Studies
Applied Economics Educational Technology Physics Education (Grades 7-12)
Art Conservation English Professional Applied and Computational Mathematics
Biology English Education (Grades 7-12) Public Administration in Public and Nonprofit Management M.P.A.
Biology Education (Grades 7-12) Foreign Language Education (Grades1-6 Extension; 7-12) Social Studies Education (Grades 7-12)
Business and Marketing Education Forensic Science Special Education: Adolescence Program
Career and Technical Education Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration Special Education: Childhood Program
Chemistry Education (Grades 7-12) History Special Education: Early Childhood Program
Childhood and Early Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 6) Industrial Technology Speech-Language Pathology
Creative Studies Literacy Specialist (Birth-Grade 12) Technology Education

Adult Education Human Resource Development Teaching Bilingual Exceptional Individuals
Creativity and Change Leadership Museum Studies 
Educational Leadership Public Management  

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