The University at Albany School of Business prepares the best and brightest students to adapt and compete in the ever-changing marketplace.

AACSB dual accreditation in business and accounting places the UAlbany School of Business in the top 2% of world's 13,000 business schools.

Highly ranked world-class faculty teach sixteen undergraduate programs in business, accounting and digital forensics, six full-time MBA options and four graduate programs in accounting. Faculty have received more than $10 million in grants and funded research – the highest among all business schools in the U.S.

Students have opportunities in experiential learning, research, entrepreneurship, and mentoring through interactions with faculty, staff and industry.

Twenty student-run School of Business clubs and organizations, many established by students, offer extra-curricular education.

The school’s strong pipelines to the business community allow the majority of our students to be placed in jobs before graduation and have access to top executives in leading firms.

School of Business alumni become a powerful network of leaders truly shaping the business world.

The Massry Center for Business, an open and interactive, state-of-the-art LEED Gold certified facility, was named the fourth most beautiful business school in the world.

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NEWS

    • UAlbany School of Business Dean Nilanjan Sen

      Nilanjan Sen Named Dean

      “Dr. Sen brings to us a proven track record as a senior academic leader in one of the top business schools in the world," President Rodríguez said. “I’m confident that UAlbany’s School of Business will thrive under his leadership as we prepare the next generation of innovative, globally engaged business leaders.” 

    • Kyle McClancy LAX NCAA Final Four

      Winning on the Field and in the Classroom

      Three business students are among the five UAlbany student-athletes honored with the SUNY Chancellor's Scholar-Athlete Award recognizing outstanding academic excellence and athletic achievement: Kyle Gronostaj, distance runner on the men’s track & field team, Nate Hatalsky, linebacker on the football team and Kyle McClancy, midfielder on the men’s lacrosse team, the first SUNY men's team to play in an NCAA Division 1 Final Four game.

    • Liyue Fan

      Dr. Liyue Fan Lands NSF Grant to Improve Data Privacy

      The National Science Foundation has awarded Liyue Fan  a $175,000 grant to develop privacy-enhancing technology for image data.

      Fan, an assistant professor in the department of information security and digital forensics, is working to create software that can more powerfully blur images than mainstream graphic editors like Adobe Photoshop.

       

    • Rosemary Herbst (center) with SUNY Chancellor Dr. Kristina M. Johnson (left) and President Havidan Rodriguez (right)

      SUNY Chancellor’s Award Winner Rosemary Herbst

      Accounting student Rosemary Herbst received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. “From my experience at UAlbany, I will take the network of people I have meet with me. I have made lifelong friends during my time here through organizations such as Beta Alpha Psi,” Herbst said. 

    • Harlan Ginsberg (center) with SUNY Chancellor Dr. Kristina M. Johnson (left) and President Havidan Rodriguez (right)

      SUNY Chancellor’s Award Winner Harlan Ginsburg

      Business student Harlan Ginsburg received the 2018 New York State Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. Ginsburg is a UAlbany Purple & Gold ambassador and the co-founder and current president of the Albany Sports Business Organization and has been a member of the Albany Business Leaders Emerging since his freshman year, now serving as the community service president.

    • Management professor Lisa Baranik

      UAlbany Study: Access, Opportunity Pose Greatest Employment Barriers for Refugees in the U.S.

      According to research by management professor Lisa Baranik,  discounting of past work experience, exploitation and complications with the job search and application process are barriers to refugee employment. Her work was featured in the Times Union.and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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