Fully Online Undergraduate Majors
Create useful applications and solve practical data management problems with interdisciplinary skills in information technology and computer science taught in the bachelor's program in informatics.
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Online Undergraduate Courses
Looking for more flexibility in your undergraduate studies? The University at Albany offers more than 150 fully online courses during the spring, fall, summer and winter terms.
Current undergraduate UAlbany students can register for online courses through MyUAlbany.
Students from other SUNY institutions, Albany Law School or institutions that are members of the Hudson/Mohawk Association of Colleges & Universities should review UAlbany’s Cross-Registration Guidelines.
If you are interested in taking an online course but aren't a student at UAlbany or eligible for cross-registration, you'll need to apply for admission first. Visit the Undergraduate Admissions website to apply as a degree student or the General Studies website to apply as a non-degree student.
Online courses at UAlbany are delivered using Blackboard. Your course will be available online starting two weeks before the first day of class. If you enroll after the first day of class, you’ll be able to access the course in Blackboard within 24 hours.