SUNY - University at Albany
SUNY – University at Albany

Strategically located in the New York state capital, the University of Albany is an internationally recognized public research institution that offers enriching educational opportunities to its diverse student body.

  • Location: Albany, NY
  • Public or private: Public
  • Student body: 17,615
  • Student-teacher ratio: 19:1
  • Average class size: 30
  • Undergraduate degrees offered: 111
  • Graduate degrees offered: Over 120
  • Academic calendar: Semesters
  • ESL options: On-campus ESL program available.
  • Endorsements
    • Named one of the “100 Best Values” among public universities (Kiplinger’s Personal Finance)
    • #69 Top Public Schools (U.S. News & World Report)
    • Graduate programs in criminal justice, information technology, and public administration ranked among the top 10 nationwide (U.S. News & World Report)

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AccountingEast Asian StudiesMusic
Actuarial & Mathematical SciencesEconomicsNanoscale Engineering
Africana StudiesEnglishNanoscale Science
AnthropologyEnvironmental SciencePhilosophy
Art Financial Market RegulationPhysics
Art HistoryFrenchPolitical Science
Atmospheric ScienceGeographyPsychology
Biochemistry & Molecular BiologyGlobalization StudiesPublic Health
BiologyHistoryPublic Policy
Business AdministrationHuman BiologyPuerto Rican Studies
Business Administration: Financial AnalysisInformation ScienceReligious Studies
Business Administration: Information Technology ManagementInterdisciplinary StudiesRussian
Business Administration: MarketingItalianSocial Welfare
ChemistryJapanese StudiesSociology
Chinese StudiesJournalismSpanish
Communications & RhetoricLatin American StudiesUrban Studies & Planning
Computer ScienceLinguisticsWomen’s Studies
Criminal JusticeMathematics 
Documentary StudiesMedieval & Renaissance Studies 

AccountingEducation: Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL)Nanoscale Science
Africana StudiesEducational AdministrationPhilosophy
AnthropologyEducational Psychology and MethodologyPolitical Science
Applied ChemistryEnglishProfessional Accountancy
Art: Studio ArtEnvironmental HealthPublic Administration and Policy
Atmospheric ScienceEpidemiologyPublic Health
Biodiversity, Conservation and PolicyForensic Accounting Public Health
BiologyForensic BiologyPublic History
Biomedical SciencesGeneral Educational StudiesSocial Studies
Biometry and StatisticsGeographySocial Work
Business Administration (MBA)HistorySociology
ChemistryIndustrial Organizational PsychologySpanish
Communications Information ScienceSpecial Education and Literacy
Computer ScienceLatin American StudiesTax Practice
Criminal JusticeLiberal StudiesTaxation
Curriculum Development and Instructional TechnologyMathematicsUrban and Regional Planning
EconomicsNanoscale EngineeringWomen’s Studies

AnthropologyCurriculum and InstructionPhilosophy
Atmospheric ScienceEconomicsPhysics
Behavioral Neuroscience Educational Administration and Policy StudiesPolitical Science
BiologyEducational Psychology and MethodologyPublic Administration and Policy
Biomedical SciencesEnglishPublic Health
Biometry and StatisticsEnvironmental HealthReading
ChemistryEpidemiologySchool Psychology
Clinical PsychologyHistorySocial Work
Cognitive/Developmental PsychologyIndustrial Organizational PsychologySocial/Personality Psychology
Computer ScienceMathematicsSpanish
Counseling PsychologyNanoscale Engineering 
Criminal JusticeNanoscale Science 

Graduate Certificate
DemographyLatin American StudiesReading
English as a Foreign LanguageNonprofit Management and LeadershipSchool Psychology
Geographic Information SystemsPlanning and Policy AnalysisUrban Planning
Health DisparitiesPublic HistoryWomen and Public Policy
Information Science (Library Science)Public Sector Management 

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