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State University of New York at Binghamton


The State University of New York at Binghamton, commonly referred to as Binghamton University (BU) or SUNY Binghamton, is a public research university with campuses in Binghamton and Vestal, New York, United States. Since its establishment as Triple Cities College in 1946, the school has evolved from a small liberal arts college to a large doctoral-granting institution. Presently consisting of seven colleges and schools, it is now home to nearly 17,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Binghamton is one of the four university centers in the State University of New York (SUNY) system.


Binghamton University is currently ranked 89th among the 201 national universities in U.S. News & World Report's 2016 America's Best Colleges and Universities ranking; internationally, it is ranked 701+ according to QS University Rankings. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has classified the school as a Research University with high research activity.


Although the university's mailing address is in Binghamton, its main campus is in the nearby town of Vestal, with a secondary education center located in downtown Binghamton.





















Location & Facilities

Located hours away from major metropolitan areas such as New York City; Philadelphia; Boston; and Washington, D.C.; the Greater Binghamton region is a safe, friendly and affordable community that offers residents a unique blend of rural life and urban appeal.


The Glenn G. Bartle Library, named after the University’s first president, contains collections in the humanities, social sciences, government documents and collections in mathematical and computer sciences. Additionally, Bartle Library houses the Fine Arts Collection (focusing on works relating to art, music, theater and cinema) and Special Collections (containing the Max Reinhardt Collection, as well as the Edwin A. Link and Marion Clayton Link Archives). The Science Library contains materials in all science and engineering disciplines, as well as a map collection. The University Downtown Center (UDC) Library and Information Commons, opened in August 2007, supports the departments of social work, human development, public administration, and student affairs administration.


Residence halls at Binghamton are grouped into seven communities. The apartment communities used to house graduate students, but now house undergraduates. Of the residential colleges, Dickinson Community and Newing College are the newest. Dickinson features "flats" of either four single rooms or two double rooms and a single, while Newing features semi-private room styles sharing private bathrooms as well as some common bathrooms. College-in-the-Woods mixes suites and double- and triple-occupancy rooms, and Hinman College and Mountainview College consist of suites, exclusively. Susquehanna Community and Hillside Community contain only apartments.


The newly completed Newing College, opened in fall 2011, and Dickinson Community, completed in 2013, are part of the University's $375 million East Campus Housing project, which also includes a new collegiate center and dining facility.












List of Departments

Binghamton is composed of the following colleges and schools: 

    • Harpur College of Arts and Sciences
    • The College of Community and Public Affairs
    • The Decker School of Nursing
    • The Graduate School of Education
    • The School of Management
    • Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science
    • The Graduate School























Courses Offered



  • Accounting (BS)
  • Actuarial Sciences (BA, BS)
  • Africana Studies (BA)
  • Anthropology (BS)
  • Anthropology: Anthropological Perspectives (BA)
  • Anthropology: General (BA)
  • Applied and Engineering Physics (BS)
  • Arabic Studies (BA)
  • Art History (BA)
  • Art History: Architectural History (BA)
  • Art History: Pre-Architecture (BA)
  • Art Studio (BA)
  • Art Studio: Graphic Design Track (BA)
  • Asian and Asian American Studies (BA)
  • Asian and Asian American Studies Comparative (BA)
  • Asian and Asian American Studies South Asian (BA)
  • Asian and Asian American Studies Specialization (BA)
  • Biochemistry (BS)
  • Bioengineering (BS)
  • Biological Sciences (BA, BS)
  • Business Administration (BS)
  • Business Administration: Entrepreneurship (BS)
  • Business Administration: Finance (BS)
  • Business Administration: Global Management (BS)
  • Business Administration: Leadership and Consulting (BS)
  • Business Administration: Management Information Systems (BS)
  • Business Administration: Marketing (BS)
  • Business Administration: Quantitative Finance (BS)
  • Business Administration: Supply Chain Management (BS)
  • Cell and Molecular Biology (BS)
  • Chemistry (BA)
  • Chemistry ACS Certified (BS)
  • Chemistry: Emphasis Biological Chemistry (BS)
  • Chemistry: Materials (BS)
  • Chinese Studies (BA)
  • Cinema (BA)
  • Classical Civilization (BA)
  • Classical Studies: Classics, Greek and Latin (BA)
  • Classical Studies: Latin (BA) 4
  • Comparative Literature (BA)
  • Computer Engineering (BS)
  • Computer Science (BS)
  • Ecology, Evolution and Behavior (BS)
  • Economic Policy Analysis (BS)
  • Economics (BS)
  • Economics: Financial Analysis (BS)
  • Electrical Engineering (BS)
  • English (BA)
  • English: Creative Writing Global Culture (BA)
  • English: Global Culture (BA)
  • English: Literature and Creative Writing (BA)
  • English: Literature and Rhetoric (BA)
  • Environmental Studies: Earth Sciences and Natural Resources (BA, BS)
  • Environmental Studies: Ecosystems (BA, BS)
  • Environmental Studies: Environmental Anthropology (BA)
  • Environmental Studies: Environmental Chemistry (BA, BS)
  • Environmental Studies: Environmental Economics (BA, BS)
  • Environmental Studies: Environmental Planning (BA, BS)
  • Environmental Studies: Individualized (BS, BA)
  • Environmental Studies: Public Policy (BA, BS)
  • French: Language and Linguistics (BA)
  • French: Language and Literature (BA)
  • Geography: Analytical Geography (BA)
  • Geography: Computer Applications (BA)
  • Geography: Environmental and Resource Management (BA)
  • Geography: General (BA)
  • Geography: Geography and Urban Planning (BA)
  • Geography: Physical Geography and Environment (BA)
  • Geography: Race-Ethnicity and Place (BA)
  • Geography: Urban Economic Retailing Emphasis (BA)
  • Geography: Urban/Economic Planning (BA)
  • Geological Sciences (BA, BS)
  • Geological Sciences: Environmental Geology (BS)
  • Geological Sciences: Geophysics (BS)
  • German: Language and Literature (BA)
  • Global and International Affairs-Bogazici University (BS)
  • Hebrew Studies (BA)
  • History (BA)
  • Human Development (BA, BS)
  • Individualized Major Program: Humanities (BA) 5
  • Industrial and Systems Engineering (BS)
  • Information Systems-Bogazici University (BS)
  • Integrative Neuroscience (BS)
  • Italian: Standard Program (BA)
  • Japanese Studies (BA)
  • Judaic Studies (BA)
  • Korean Studies (BA)
  • Latin American and Caribbean Studies (BA)
  • Latin Language and Literature (BA)
  • Linguistics: Languages and Linguistics (BA)
  • Mathematical Physics (BS)
  • Mathematical Sciences (BA, BS)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BS)
  • Medieval and Early Modern Studies (BA)
  • Music (BA)
  • Nursing: Traditional (BS)
  • Philosophy, Politics and Law (BA)
  • Philosophy: General (BA)
  • Physics (BA, BS)
  • Political Science (BA)
  • Psychology (BA)
  • Rhetoric: Global Culture (BA)
  • Sociology (BA)
  • Spanish: Language and Literature (BA)
  • Theatre (BA)
  • Theatre: Acting/Directing (BA)
  • Theatre: Dance (BA)
  • Theatre: Technical/Design (BA)
  • Traditions of Western Law and Government (BA)




  • Anthropology
  • Anthropology, Biomedical
  • Economics
  • Geography
  • History
  • Political Science
  • Professional Science Master's - Biomedical Anthropology (Certificate Only)
  • Professional Science Master's - Geography (Certificate Only)
  • Sociology
  • Sustainable Communities
  • Applied Statistics
  • Biological Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Evolutionary Studies (Certificate Only)
  • Geological Sciences
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Physics
  • Professional Science Management (Certificate Only)
  • Psychology, Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Psychology, Clinical Science
  • Psychology, Cognitive and Brain Sciences
  • Watershed Studies and Management (Certificate Only)
  • Disaster Management (Certificate Only)
  • Forensic Health (Certificate Only)
  • Nursing ? Nursing Education (Certificate Only)
  • Nursing, Adult-Gerontological
  • Nursing, Community Health
  • Nursing, Community Health-Public Administration (Dual-Degree)
  • Nursing, Family
  • Nursing, Family Psychiatric Mental Health
  • Art History
  • Asian and Asian American Studies
  • Comparative Literature
  • English
  • French
  • German Cultural Studies (Certificate Only)
  • Italian
  • Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Certificate Only)
  • Music
  • Philosophy - Social, Political, Ethical and Legal
  • Spanish
  • Theatre
  • Translation Studies
  • Complex Systems Science and Engineering (Certificate Only)
  • Computer Science
  • Engineering, Biomedical
  • Engineering, Electrical and Computer
  • Engineering, Industrial and Systems
  • Engineering, Mechanical
  • Health Systems
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Professional Science Master's - Materials Science and Engineering (Certificate Only)
  • Systems Science
  • Community and Public Affairs
  • Geriatric and Gerontological Social Work (Certificate Only)
  • Local Government Management (Certificate Only)
  • Non-Profit Administration (Certificate Only)
  • Public Administration
  • Social Work
  • Social Work-Public Administration (Dual-Degree)
  • Student Affairs Administration
  • Student Affairs Administration-Public Administration (Dual-Degree)
  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Management

























Binghamton University offers both general and specialized scholarship opportunities and fellowship programs. Fellowship recipients are typically provided with an academic-year stipend, plus a full or partial tuition scholarship. While recipients must comply with curriculum and academic program expectations, fellowships carry few or no work requirements.


The Office of Financial Aid and Student Records provides information about federal unsubsidized loans and Graduate PLUS loans for U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents and alternative private loans for U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, and international students.


Binghamton University awards hundreds of assistantships every year to graduate students admitted to our master's and doctoral programs. Assistantships, which include graduate assistantships, teaching assistantships and research project assistantships, provide competitive stipends and, often, tuition scholarships in exchange for 10 to 20 hours of work per week in the classroom, office, or lab.























Binghamton University is one of the most selective schools in the SUNY system. In 2015, the university received more than 30,000 applications for approximately 2,600 freshman spaces.

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