Position yourself at the forefront of global advances in business accounting, finance, information technology, marketing, and entrepreneurship when you pursue your degree at the University at Albany’s School of Business. The quality of our education is underscored by outstanding instruction from dedicated faculty and our commitment to staying current on cutting-edge industry topics. We are proud to be 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 Business Building, designed to deliver the best business education, serves as the new home for the UAlbany School of Business. The building opened in September of 2013. Our 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.
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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 placements. 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.
UAlbany'a School of Business building has been ranked as the "fourth most beautiful business school in the world," according to an online survey from TopManagementDegrees.com. The survey ranks the new building higher than business school facilities at most of America's leading research universities, such as MIT, Cornell and NYU.
UAlbany President Jones announces a $1.5 million gift from area philanthropists, J. Spencer and Patricia Standish, to endow a professorship in the University’s School of Business. The endowment will propel the entrepreneurship track in the nationally-ranked school and attract renowned scholar-teachers in the emerging field.
University at Albany President Robert J. Jones, joined by the campus community and regional leaders and legislators, today cut the ribbon on its state-of-the-art $64 million School of Business building and unveiled the State University of New York’s first four-year undergraduate degree program in digital forensics.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked the University at Albany MBA 86th of 448 AACSB accredited schools in the United States, and among the top 10 B-Schools That Lead to Jobs. The MBA boasts a 100% placement rate.
Alexis Imprescia, B.S. '10, M.A. '11, came to college determined to work someday in the financial center of the world, New York City. Her game plan? Graduate from a top business school in New York State.
With profound sadness, friends, colleagues and students of the School of Business note the passing of Dr. Ross Miller who died unexpectedly but peacefully at home on May 20. Professor Miller was a cherished colleague and a favorite teacher.
The annual School of Business Award Luncheon is held this week to honor student accomplishment. This year 65 students receive 52 awards including six new scholarships thanks to the dedication and generosity of alumni and friends of the School of Business.
The New York State Business Plan competition continues to grow. This spring, undergraduate and graduate students from accredited colleges located in New York compete in ten regional competitions based on economic development areas.
The School of Business will host the Technology Transfer Society Annual Research Conference at the New York Academy of Sciences in New York City on April 19th and 20th. The theme is “Technology Transfer and Academic Entrepreneurship.”
The new University at Albany School of Business is a stunning new 96,000 square foot School of Business building on the imposing “Academic Podium” grounds of the campus center. Construction is proceeding on schedule for opening in 2013.
Fight cyber criminals, defend against hack attacks, and protect information systems in Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and government agencies. Our Graduate Certificate in Information Security will equip you with tools to accomplish these tasks.
This spring, teams of science and business students worked together to develop and design ideas of commercial value. Two proposals, created in the School of Business entrepreneurship class, were awarded $50,000 each
School of Business alums Nick MacIlvaine ’93,’95, Product Sales Manager, and Dan Primavera ’94, ‘96, Solutions Architect, for SuccessFactors facilitated a $200,000 donation of human resource information systems software for the use of MBA students.
It's holiday season in the United States, which sees millions of Americans flocking to stores and making plans to visit relatives. UAlbany's faculty experts cover a wide array of seasonal issues, including Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping habits, holiday stress, and the struggles of maintaining New Year's resolutions.
UAlbany is playing an integral role in helping businesses, underserved communities, and individuals navigate the Affordable Care Act. Students, staff and faculty are providing critical training, enrolling individuals and families, and hosting educational forums for regional non-profit organizations and the community-at-large.
University at Albany Associate Professor Sanjay Goel, a cybersecurity expert who directs research at the New York State Center for Information Forensics and Assurance, will launch a ‘flipped classroom’ for UAlbany’s security and forensics programs.