School of Business Academic Departments
University at Albany School of Business academic programs are organized around five dynamic academic departments.
The Department of Accounting and Law prepares undergraduate accounting and graduate accounting students to begin or continue careers in public accounting. Our dedicated faculty actively pursue research in the field and bring a wealth of experience as practitioners into the classroom.
Undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in the fundamentals of valuation models, financial statement analysis capital leveraging and management and a host of other topics of interest on Wall Street and throughout corporate America can study with well-respected faculty at the University at Albany School of Business.
Information technology is critical to every corporate enterprise. B.S.in Business Administration students can concentrate in information technology management. Students study with faculty with outstandingexperience in business and professional contacts in the field are .
The management department is a multi-disciplinary department comprised of four critical areas of business: business strategy, entrepreneurship, human resources, and management.
- Our undergraduate combined concentrations in entrepreneurship and management enhance your potential to start a business, launch a new initiative or to reach senior management positions in your chosen business discipline, such as finance, information systems, or marketing.
- With our undergraduate and graduate courses in management, you can study topics such as implementing a global business strategy, motivating and leading people, using technology to source, develop, and compensate global talent, managing organizational change, engaging in sustainable business practices, developing entrepreneurial skills, and more.
- At a graduate level, faculty teach courses in our trail-blazing full-time MBA concentration in human resource information systems and in our part-time evening and weekend MBA management and new ventures elective tracks.
Students with an interest careers in advertising, product development, channel relations can look to the School of Business Marketing Department to provide them with a firm foundation in the field.
Find out more about our School of Business faculty and their individual research interests, or take a look at the undergraduate and graduate opportunities available to you.