A world-class public institution that combines a broadly interdisciplinary, international education with one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation
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• Anthropology, Biomedical
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• Asian and Asian American Studies
• Biological Sciences
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• Comparative Literature
• Computer Science
- Childhood and Early Childhood
• Educational Studies
• Educational Theory and Practice
• Geological Sciences
• Health Systems
• Materials Science and Engineering
• Mathematical Sciences
- Community Health
- Family Psychiatric Mental Health
• Philosophy, Social, Political, Ethical, and Legal
• Political Science
• Psychology, Behavioral Neuroscience
• Psychology, Clinical
• Psychology, Cognitive and Brain Sciences
• Public Administration
• Social Work
• Student Affairs Administration
• Systems Science
• Translation Studies
• Asian and Asian American Studies
• Complex Systems Science and Engineering
• Disaster Management
• Educational Leadership (CAS)
• Evolutionary Studies
• Forensic Health
• German Cultural Studies
• Local Government Management
• Medieval and Renaissance Studies
• Non-Profit Administration
• Nursing Education
• Nurse Practitioner Post Master’s
• Professional Science Management
• Professional Science Master’s
- Biomedical Anthropology
- Materials Science and Engineering
• Social Work, Geriatric and Gerontological
• Teaching, College/University
• Teaching, Community College
• Translation Studies
• Watershed Studies and Management
Binghamton at a glance
Binghamton University is a mid-sized public research institution with nearly 17,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
Location: 930 acres in Vestal, New York, on a hillside above the Susquehanna River
Faculty: 944 (full and part time); 93% hold the highest degree in their field
Annual costs 2015–2016: Tuition and fees $10,870 annual resident/$22,210 annual non-resident; rates differ for M.B.A., nursing D.N.P., and M.S.W. programs.
Scholarships and financial assistance: About 850 graduate students a year are supported by teaching assistantships, graduate assistantships, research project assistantships, and fellowships. Other assistance is available.
Established in 1946, Binghamton University is a mid-sized public institution and one of four research university centers in the State University of New York (SUNY) system. The University has a reputation as a world-class institution that combines a broadly interdisciplinary, international education with one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation.
Each year, Binghamton enrolls nearly 17,000 students—almost 3,300 are graduate students—in programs leading to bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Students come from 115 countries and 53 U.S. states/territories.
The academic culture at Binghamton rivals a first-rate private university: rigorous, collaborative, and innovative. The campus culture exemplifies the best kind of public university experience: richly diverse students, active social life, and deep engagement with the community.
Programs and schools
Binghamton offers more than
60 master’s, 30 doctoral, and 50 accelerated (combined bachelor’s/master’s) degrees, plus 15 certificates and non-degree course work under six schools: College of Community and Public Affairs, Decker School of Nursing, Graduate School of Education, Harpur College of Arts and Sciences, School of Management and Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science. A School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is being established and is expected to matriculate its first class in fall 2017.
University faculty are top scholars and groundbreaking researchers; 93% hold the highest degree offered in their field. Among the many honors Binghamton professors have received are Fulbright, Ford, and Guggenheim fellowships; National Science Foundation and National Book awards; and grants from the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. departments of Energy, Defense, Commerce, and Education.
Advanced research is being conducted across every discipline and every school at Binghamton. This research leads to new insights, new technologies, and new jobs. From work developing biofilm technology to the study of human trafficking, Binghamton graduate students collaborate with faculty experts and thrive in a diverse community that promotes the vigorous exchange of innovative ideas.
The University’s Transdisciplinary Areas of Excellence (TAEs) explore critical social, scientific, technological, economic, cultural, and policy issues aimed at developing solutions to today’s complex and consequential problems. Graduate students have the opportunity to work with faculty researchers in these TAEs, which focus inquiry and innovation in five distinct areas: citizenship, rights, and cultural belonging; health sciences; material and visual worlds; smart energy; and sustainable communities.
Accolades and recognition
• U.S.News & World Report recognized Binghamton as having 10+ programs ranked in top 100 Best Grad Schools (2016).
• American City Business Journal ranked Binghamton the #1 best public college in New York and #18 in the nation (2015).
• Fiske Guide to Colleges rated Binghamton a “best buy” and one of the premier public universities in the Northeast (2014).
Campus setting and facilities
The University’s main campus is spread over 930 acres in the town of Vestal, New York, one mile west of the city of Binghamton. Greater Binghamton is a friendly, affordable, and safe community only hours from major metropolitan areas such as New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
Among the many resources available on the main campus are extensive libraries, a five-building science complex with a multiclimate teaching greenhouse, a 190-acre forest and wetland area (the Nature Preserve), a performing arts center and art museum, a fitness center, and extensive athletic facilities. The University’s Innovative Technologies Complex, located next to the main campus, is home to the Bioengineering Building, Engineering and Science Building, and a new Center of Excellence in Small Scale Systems Integration and Packaging Center. A fourth building, the Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, is under construction and expected to be completed in 2017.
There are more than 120,000 Binghamton alumni around the globe, and graduates have gone on to become technology innovators, best-selling authors, trailblazing researchers, business leaders, respected educators at Tier 1 research universities, and more. Alumni often credit Binghamton with providing them with the foundation of their success, and most support current students by offering internships, serving as mentors, and participating in networking initiatives. n
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