SUNY - College at Oneonta
SUNY – College at Oneonta

Housed on a 250-acre campus overlooking the scenic Susquehanna River Valley in central New York, SUNY College at Oneonta is known for its exceptional faculty, well-rounded students, and modern facilities.

  • Location: Oneonta, New York
  • Public or private: Public
  • Student body: 6,000
  • Faculty/student ratio: 17:1
  • Undergraduate degrees offered: Over 70
  • Graduate degrees offered: 17
  • Academic calendar: Semesters
  • ESL options: Some on-campus support but no formal ESL offered on campus. Student must meet stated TOEFL/IELTS requirements
Endorsements
  • One of the top Master’s Universities in the North (US News and World Report)

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Programs

Bachelor’s
Africana & Latino Studies Elementary Education: BiologyMusic
Anthropology Elementary Education: ChemistryOccupational Therapy (4+2)
Art: 3-D Studio ArtElementary Education: Computer ScienceOptometry (3+4)
Art: Art HistoryElementary Education: Earth SciencePhilosophy
Art: Computer ArtElementary Education: EnglishPhysical Therapy (4+3)
Art: DesignElementary Education: FrenchPhysics
Art: Drawing & PrintmakingElementary Education: General SciencePolitical Science
Art: General Studio ArtElementary Education: GeographyPre-Dentistry
Art: PaintingElementary Education: Liberal ArtsPre-Law
Art: PhotographyElementary Education: MathematicsPre-Medicine
BiologyElementary Education: Political SciencePre-Nursing
Biology: Cell & Molecular BiologyElementary Education: Social StudiesPre-Physician Assistant
Biology: Ecology & Field BiologyElementary Education: SpanishPre-Veterinary
Biology: Human BiologyEngineering (3+2)Professional Accounting (3+2)
Business Economics Engineering (3+2)Professional Accounting: Finance
Business Economics: Accounting EnglishProfessional Accounting: Marketing
Business Economics: Advertising & CommunicationEnvironmental SciencePsychology
Business Economics: Fashion MerchandisingFashion and Textiles Radiation Therapy (2+2)
Business Economics: Finance Food Service & Restaurant AdministrationRespiratory Therapy (2+2)
Business Economics: Management MarketingFrenchSecondary Education: Biology
Business Economics: Marketing General Human EcologySecondary Education: Chemistry
ChemistryGeographySecondary Education: Earth Science
Chemistry: BiochemistryGeography: Geographic Information SystemsSecondary Education: English
Child and Family StudiesGeography: Urban & Regional PlanningSecondary Education: French
Communication StudiesGeology Secondary Education: Mathematics
Computer ScienceGerontology Studies Secondary Education: Physics
Criminal Justice History Secondary Education: Social Studies
DieteticsInternational Studies Secondary Education: Spanish
Early Childhood Education Management (3+2)Sociology
Earth Science Mass Communications: Media StudiesSociology, Pre-professional
Earth Science (Geology, Water Resources, Earth Science)Mass Communications: ProductionSpanish
Economics Mathematics Statistics
Economics: Finance Medical Imaging Sciences (2+2)Theatre
Education: Family and Consumer SciencesMedical Technology (2+2)Water Resources
Education: Human EcologyMeteorology  

Master’s
BiologyEducation: School CounselorLake Management
Education: Foreign LanguageHistory Museum Studies 

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