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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    • UAlbany Digital Forensics student Liam Smith

      Digital Forensics Student Lands Cybersecurity Internship for Major League Baseball

      Liam Smith is interning in the offices of the commissioner of Major League Baseball in New York City.

      Smith is one of six interns focusing on information assurance for the commissioner’s office. He said his primary responsibility is protecting sensitive data such as player contracts and other financial records from cyberattacks.

      Smith said that having access to cutting-edge technology through this intern position has enabled him to apply and expand the knowledge he’s gained so far at UAlbany.


       

    • Weekend_MBA_Student_Ema_Buco

      Making Connections

      The Weekend MBA Program spent a week in Budapest visiting nine companies, from local startups to international corporations such as Mercedes-Benz and T-Mobile.

      Program Director Don Purdy said the program is geared to preparing students to become business executives, offering its students a broader understanding of global business strategies. 

    • Digital Forensics Professsor Victoria Kisekka

      Information Security Beliefs and Privacy Linked to Perceived Quality of Patient Care

      According to a study conducted by digital forensics professor Victoria Kisekka, patients are more likely to positively rate their care when they trust that healthcare providers are taking care of their data. Patients do not see protection of their health information and privacy as disconnected from the overall care provided by the institution.

      The study, “The Effectiveness of Health Care Information Technologies: Evaluation of Trust, Security Beliefs and Privacy as Determinants of Health Care Outcomes,” was published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research in April. 

    • 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.” 

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