The University at Albany School of Business

Position yourself at the forefront of global advances in business, accounting, finance, information technology, marketing, and entrepreneurship through outstanding instruction from dedicated faculty and our commitment to cutting-edge industry topics. We are one of only three universities in New York and only 260 universities in the world to hold dual AACSB accreditation in business and accounting.

The new, high-tech, state-of-the art Massry Center for Business, designed to deliver the best business education, serves as the new home for the UAlbany School of Business. The vibrant University at Albany campus is located in New York State’s fast-growing Tech Valley, the new epicenter of the global semiconductor industry and a hotbed of R&D, business, and entrepreneurial activity.

Choose a Business Program That's Right for You

As a student in our programs, you will learn critical business skills alongside motivated, career-minded peers and gain access to our network of partner companies and alumni for invaluable internships, special projects, and excellent job placement. Choose an undergraduate or graduate program that is right for you. A University at Albany School of Business degree will give you the skills you need to begin or enhance your business career.
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The Latest News from the School of Business

School of Business News from the UAlbany News Center

UAlbany's Autumn Henry and Ethan Schek

Massry Fellowship Helps Students Achieve Learning Goals and Serve Nonprofits

Seniors Autumn Henry and Ethan Schek found the summer internship experiences they wanted through a fellowship that covered living expenses and aided two worthy organizations.

Student in University at Albany digital forensics program

Already a Pacesetter in Higher Ed, Digital Forensics Program Making Big New Strides

'The deepest program of its kind in the country' is adding new concentrations, new people, and eventually a graduate degree to accommodate one of the nation's most expanding and essential fields.

Geoff Cooper, president and CEO of CaraSolva.

New School of Business Center Teaches Social Entrepreneurship

Center for Advancement and Understanding of Social Enterprises (CAUSE), seeks to increase social entrepreneurship at the University and in the region by building on the School's strengths in research, teaching and service.