E1 Special study options: Identify those programs available at your institution. Refer to the glossary for definitions.
E1 Accelerated program x
E1 Cooperative education program  
E1 Cross-registration x
E1 Distance learning x
E1 Double major x
E1 Dual enrollment x
E1 English as a Second Language (ESL) x
E1 Exchange student program (domestic)  
E1 External degree program  
E1 Honors Program x
E1 Independent study x
E1 Internships x
E1 Liberal arts/career combination x
E1 Student-designed major x
E1 Study abroad x
E1 Teacher certification program  
E1 Weekend college  
E1 Other (specify):  
Other (specify): Accelerated 5 year Bachelors/Masters in 40 fields;
Internships with New York State Legislature;
3+3 Program with Albany Law School; Biology/Dental Program with Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine; Bachelor's/ Doctor of Optometry with SUNY State College; Early Assurance Program with Albany Medical College and SUNY Upstate Medical University
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E3 Areas in which all or most students are required to complete some course work prior to graduation:
E3 Arts/fine arts x
E3 Computer literacy x
E3 English (including composition)  
E3 Foreign languages x
E3 History x
E3 Humanities x
E3 Mathematics x
E3 Philosophy  
E3 Sciences (biological or physical) x
E3 Social science x
E3 Other (describe): x
Other (describe): 30 credits of course work not only in the checked areas, but also including national and international perspectives, pluralism and diversity, communication/reasoning competencies, and information literacy. For details, see https://www.albany.edu/gened/
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Section A : General Information

Section B : Enrollment and Persistence

Section C : First Time, First Year (Freshman) Admission

Section D : Transfer Admission

Section E : Academic Offerings and Policies

Section F :  Student Life

Section G : Annual Expenses

Section H : Financial Aid

Section  I :  Instructional Faculty and Class Size

Section  J : Degrees Conferred