SUNY - Geneseo
SUNY – Geneseo

Located in a historic village in the upstate Finger Lakes region, SUNY Geneseo is a highly selective premier public liberal arts college with a rich tradition of academic excellence.

  • Location: Geneseo, NY
  • Public or private: Public
  • Student body: 5,100
  • Student/faculty ratio: 19:1
  • Average class size: 17
  • Percentage of faculty with doctorate or terminal degrees: 88%
  • Undergraduate degrees offered: Over 54
  • Graduate degrees offered: 5
  • Academic calendar: Semesters
  • ESL options: Not offered on campus. Students must meet stated TOEFL/IELTS requirements.
  • ‘Best Buy’ College (Forbes Magazine)
  • Best Colleges List (Princeton Review)
  • 50 “Best Value” Public Colleges (Princeton Review)
  • ‘A-List’ of Colleges (Parade Magazine)
  • Ranked as 1st or 2nd in the “Top Public University-Master’s” category every year since 1998 (“America’s Best Colleges” US News and World Report)
  • Ranked 1st or 2nd best value for out-of-state students for five consecutive years (Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine)

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AccountingChemical Engineering (3 + 2)Languages & Literature: Spanish
Adolescence EducationChemistryMathematics
Adolescence Education: BiologyChildhood Education (Grades 1-6)Music
Adolescence Education: ChemistryCommunication Intercultural & Critical StudiesMusical Theatre
Adolescence Education: EnglishCommunication Journalism & MediaNursing (3 + 1/3 + 2)
Adolescence Education: Foreign LanguageCommunication Personal & ProfessionalOptometry (3 + 4)
Adolescence Education: Geological SciencesDentistry (3 + 4)Osteopathic Medicine (3 + 4)
Adolescence Education: MathematicsEarly Childhood Education (Birth-2)Philosophy
Adolescence Education: PhysicsEconomicsPhysical Therapy
Adolescence Education: Social StudiesEngineering (3 + 2)Physics
American StudiesEnglish: Creative WritingPolitical Science
AnthropologyEnglish: LiteraturePre-Law
Applied PhysicsGeochemistryPre-Medicine
Art HistoryGeographyPre-Veterinary Medicine
Biological Sciences: BiologyGeophysicsSociology
BiophysicsHistorySpecial Education & Child Ed (Grades 1-6)
Black StudiesInternational RelationsTheatre
Business AdministrationLanguages & Literature: FrenchTheatre & English


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