Supporting The Graduate School
The Graduate School operates in a culture of achievement. Our researchers and scholars mentor and partner with master’s and doctoral students as these students learn how to pose important questions, answer those questions and disseminate that knowledge for the benefit of the entire world.
Binghamton University has earned its reputation as the best public research university in the Northeast and one of the best in the country, in part because of its outstanding graduate school. We have preeminent graduate programs and internationally renowned faculty researchers. Graduate programs at Binghamton are established based on our ability to provide top experts and excellent experiences in those fields. In sociology, for example, we focus solely on historical sociology and, consequently, have earned an international reputation for it. Instead of trying to offer programs in the 16 sub-disciplines of psychology, we concentrate on three: behavioral neuroscience, cognitive psychology and clinical psychology. Our graduate programs are always exceptional. We must continue to focus on our strengths and fine-tune programs while our faculty and students seek interdisciplinary solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges.
But to make these programs and faculty accessible to talented, energetic students from New York state and beyond, we need extensive fellowship support. Because of your generosity, bright students will choose Binghamton University for their advanced degrees on their way to becoming tomorrow’s leaders, visionaries and problem-solvers.
Points of Pride
- Our list of degree programs is constantly growing and now includes: biomedical engineering MS and PhD, student affairs administration MS, translation studies PhD, physics PhD in condensed matter and doctorate in nursing practice.