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Master’s Degree Programs

In a highly competitive work force, a Master’s degree from Binghamton University will give you the edge you need to succeed in your chosen career.

Master’s degrees are quickly becoming the key for career advancement—even a requirement for certain fields—and Binghamton has designed rigorous, innovative programs uniquely tailored to today’s global professional climate.

By connecting you with world-class faculty, state-of-the-art research facilities and progressive businesses, our internationally recognized master’s degrees will put you on the fast track toward prestigious academic and non-academic positions, competitive salaries and, ultimately, a challenging, rewarding career.

To discover how you can propel your future to new heights, explore the Master’s programs our six schools and colleges offer. Select your program below for more information, including admission requirements, application deadlines, and department contacts.

Harpur College of

Arts and Sciences

Anthropology
Art History
Asian and Asian American Studies
Behavioral Neuroscience
Biological Sciences
Biomedical Anthropology
Chemistry
Comparative Literature
Economics
English
French
Geography
Geological Sciences
History
Italian
Mathematical Sciences
Music
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Spanish
Theatre

Thomas J. Watson School

of Engineering

and Applied Science

Biomedical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Health Systems Executive Master's (Manhattan)
Industrial Engineering
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Systems Engineering
Systems Science

Decker School of Nursing

Community Health Nursing
Family Nursing
Adult-Gerontological Nursing
Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing

College of Community

and Public Affairs

Master's
Public Administration
Social Work
Student Affairs Administration

Dual Master’s
Nursing-Public Administration
Social Work-Public Administration
Student Affairs Administration-Public Administration

School of Management

Accounting
Business Administration
Executive Business Administration
Fast-Track Professional MBA (NYC)

Graduate School of Education

Adolescence Education, Biology
Adolescence Education, Chemistry
Adolescence Education, Earth Science
Adolescence Education, English
Adolescence Education, French
Adolescence Education, Mathematics
Adolescence Education, Physics
Adolescence Education, Social Studies
Adolescence Education, Spanish
Childhood and Early Childhood Education
Educational Studies
Literacy Education
Special Education

 
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Last Updated: 3/4/14