Science in Service to Society
Welcome to the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
At the University at Albany, we consider engineering to be “Science in Service to Society.” This viewpoint informs our program development, our interaction with the community and beyond, the professional preparation of our students, and our rapidly growing research agenda.
UAlbany offers an outstanding education in an expanding range of the engineering sciences. As part of a comprehensive, engaged, public research university, our engineering program is unique in the Capital Region. We offer an unmatched level of diversity and intellectual cosmopolitanism to enrich the educational experience as it prepares our graduates for rewarding careers. Our graduates are very well prepared for the complex and dynamic world they will step into, being technically sharp, intellectually adept, and socially aware. We deliver excellence; as a public university, we do so affordably.
Inspired by our world-class faculty and challenged by a rigorous research-intensive education, our graduates leave well prepared to take their places among the next generation of innovators who will create solutions to problems of critical importance and build the national wealth. Our faculty and students conduct scholarly research at the leading edges of their disciplines. Research is not confined to our doctoral programs, either; we encourage our undergraduates and masters students to become engaged in research, as well.
Our programs prepare graduates for careers in the engineering sciences, as well as for careers and/or postgraduate studies in many other fields, including law, medicine, finance, management, and academia. Our location, in the heart of New York’s Tech Valley, offers a range of applied learning experiences through internships and cooperative education in the local metro area. New York City and Boston, with all that they offer, are also in close proximity.
Please take some time to browse our site and those of our departments and programs. We think you’ll find plenty to pique your interest. I also point out that we are in a period of vigorous growth; we add new programs every year.
Questions? Just ask email@example.com; we look forward to hearing from you.
CEAS to host this year's Global Game Jam during the weekend of January 20th, starting at 6pm. Computer gamers from all over the world collaborate and create in this yearly event. Join the fun! Register online by 4pm on 1/20! Read more.Albany Business Review and Times Union pages.
Kim Boyer, Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University at Albany, discusses the college and its work with the City of Albany. Aired November 13, 2016.
The University at Albany is seeking funding to renovate and modernize this stately Classical Revival structure in the heart of historic downtown Albany.
$500,000 Presidential Innovation Fund launches a new round of faculty endeavors.
Weekend gathering will get computer gamers’ creative juices flowing
University at Albany students can now enroll in an undergraduate computer engineering degree – the first-ever engineering program to be offered at UAlbany – through its new College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The Capital Region’s first public option for computer engineering will spark unprecedented opportunities for students, faculty, public engagement, and regional economic development.
Senior Informatics Major, Jarius Jemmott, is one of four Albany students tapped to join the SUNYCON Fellows Class of 2016.
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
University at Albany
State University of New York
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12222
Phone (518) 956-8240
Fax (518) 442-5367