SUNY - New Paltz
SUNY – New Paltz

SUNY New Paltz provides its students with the opportunities and skills necessary to meet the challenges of the global community.

  • Location: New Paltz, NY
  • Public or private: Public
  • Student body: 8,000
  • Faculty/student ratio: 16:1
  • Average class size: 30
  • Percentage of faculty with doctorate or terminal degrees: 86%
  • Undergraduate degrees offered: Over 65
  • Graduate degrees offered: 50
  • Academic calendar: Semesters
  • ESL options: Haggerty Intensive English Language program on campus
Endorsements
  • Among the top 10 best public universities in the North for Master’s degree programs (U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges)
  • #2 in best value in the nation for out-of-state/international applicants
  • One of the nation’s significant colleges committed to sustainability and green issues (The Princeton Review)

Current Prices

Programs

Bachelor’s
AccountingEnglishMedia
AnthropologyEnvironmental Geochemical ScienceMetal
Art EducationFinanceMusic
Art HistoryGeneral BusinessPainting
Asian StudiesGeographyPhilosophy
BiologyGeologyPhotography
Black StudiesGraphic DesignPhysics
CeramicsHistoryPolitical Science
Chemistryinternational RelationsPrintmaking
Communication DisordersJournalism Psychology
Communication StudiesLanguages, Literatures & Cultures: FrenchSculpture
Computer EngineeringLanguages, Literatures & Cultures: SpanishSecondary Education
Computer ScienceLatin American & Caribbean StudiesTheatre Arts
Early Childhood & Childhood EducationManagementVisual Arts
EconomicsMarketingWomen’s Studies
Electrical EngineeringMathematics 

Master’s
BiologyEducation: Literacy Metals
Business Administration (MBA)Education: Mathematics, Science and TechnologyMusic Therapy
CeramicsEducation: Second LanguagePainting/Drawing
Communication DisordersEducation: SpecialPrintmaking
Computer ScienceEducation: Visual ArtsPsychology
EducationEducational AdministrationPublic Accountancy
Education: Early ChildhoodElectrical EngineeringSchool Counseling
Education: EnvironmentalEnglishSculpture
Education: Humanistic/MulticulturalMental Health Counseling 

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