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.

Seventeen 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 thefifth most beautiful business school in the world.

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    • Albany Small Business Development Center Director Bill Brigham

      The Growing Trend of 'Momtrepreneurs'

      Albany Small Business Development Center Director William Brigham spoke on the growing trend of 'momtrepreneurs' in an interview with News10 ABC. He's seen a shift: more than half of his clients -- 53 percent -- are small businesses run by women. 

    • UAlbany School of Business Senior Associate Dean Suraj Commuri

      The Kondo Effect

       Senior Associate Dean and Marketing Chair Suraj Commuri was quoted on the “Kondo Effect” in the Times Union. He said the trend towards minimalism by younger consumers began a few years ago and can be partially attributed to the psychology of control.

    • UAlbany School of Business Dean Nilanjan Sen

      Dean Sen Charts Goals for School’s Success

      A heightened focus on collaborating with the local business community and a suite of programmatic renovations are in the works at the School of Business, according to Dean Nilanjan Sen. 

    • UAlbany MBA student Amanda Dolan took second place in advanced technology at the 2018 NYBPC

      NY Business Plan Competition Capital Region Semi-Finals

      What's your idea?

      The School of Business will host the New York Business Plan Competition Capital Region Semifinals on Friday, April 12th. Open to students from all majors and all schools. Story. Registration. Deadline is April 1.

    • Dean Nilanjan Sen interviews TIAA President and CEO Roger Ferguson

      TIAA President and CEO Roger Ferguson Visits School of Business

      President and CEO of TIAA Roger Ferguson  fielded questions about a variety of topics including coping with market volatility, the looming retirement crisis in western countries, possible privatization of Social Security, student debt challenges, TIAA’s approach to maintaining data privacy, and Amazon’s decisions to cancel planned investment in New York City.

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