The University at Albany currently offers four fully online master's degree programs: MS in Curriculum Development & Instructional Technology, MS in Childhood Education (Literacy), MS in Early Childhood (Literacy) and MPH in Public Health Practice.
UAlbany also offers online certificate programs: the Certificate in Public Health - Fundamentals and Principles, the Certificate in Global Health, the Certificate in Public Health Surveillance and Preparedness, the Certificate in Online Learning and Teaching (COLT), the Certificate in Adolescent Special Education for Childhood Special Educators, the Certificate in Adolescent Special Education for Content Teachers, and the Certificate of Graduate Study in Computing Education (CCE).
Several other schools and departments in the University offer online courses as well.
Please Note: To register for these courses, you must be a matriculated degree student in one of the above programs or you must be accepted to the University as a graduate non-matriculated student. To learn more about how to apply as a non-matriculated graduate student please visit the Graduate Admissions website or call (518) 442-3980.
Online courses at the University at Albany are delivered using the Blackboard Learn (Bb). Courses on BLS will go live to students 2 weeks before the first day of classes. If you enroll in a course that uses Blackboard after the go live date, you will be able to access the course within 12-24 hours.
Please go to the Schedule of Classes search tool to find all the fully online graduate courses. (In the "Level" field, select "Graduate Only" and in the "Fully Online Courses?" field, select "Only Fully Online Courses".)