Graduate Education at the University at Albany

Welcome to Graduate Education at the University at Albany.  Founded in 1844, UAlbany has grown into an internationally recognized public research institution offering more than 125 graduate programs in the arts, social, life and physical sciences, business, public policy, education and computing and information sciences.

In every area of study, students are instructed by faculty who are world-class scholars and teachers, many actively engaged in life-enhancing research. As mentors, they provide numerous student research opportunities, inspiring students to advance their skills and aspirations. UAlbany’s strategic location in the dynamic capital of New York State and our diversity are other enriching features of the educational experience we offer.

The Office of Graduate Education serves as a gateway to comprehensive information and resources for students. Explore our website to learn more about the graduate programs available at UAlbany. Tuition and other costs are outlined and strategies to help fund your graduate study are available. Finally, a step-by-step guide will help you prepare your application materials.

Faculty and staff work to ensure your success both on campus and upon graduation. You can take advantage of research and off-campus internship opportunities to transfer learned proficiencies to future job skills.


Upcoming Information Sessions:

Please click on the program area of interest for specific dates and times.

College of Arts & Science:

School of Business:

School of Education:

Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy:

School of Social Welfare

Take a Virtual Tour of Graduate Education

Virtual Tour


What Does Brushing Your Teeth Have to Do with Brushing Up on Your Writing?  April 1st & April 7th

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Spring-A-Bration - April 8th at 3:30pm in CC375

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Seeing the Light: It's about the Journey - April 15th at 12:00pm in HU354

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Workshop - "Maximizing Your Research Impact"

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New Graduate Students

Download the Graduate Student Orientation Guide.