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From science and engineering to the arts, legal studies and business administration, UB undergraduates choose from more than 140 exciting degree programs. Enjoy an outstanding education at a university ranked among the best in the nation for affordability and value. Plus, with our Finish in Four program, we’ll help you stay on schedule and graduate on time.

Discover your future at UB, a top 40 public university and the No. 1 public university in New York. Whether you’re applying to UB or have already been accepted, sign up for our virtual admissions events. Join us to learn how to navigate the college admissions process, the ins and outs of financial aid, and explore UB’s academic majors and programs. Connecting with UB has never been easier!

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Graduate and Professional Students

UB is a leading center for graduate and professional studies, with 220+ master’s degrees and 95+ doctoral and professional degrees. Our students collaborate one-on-one with faculty mentors in state-of-the-art research facilities. Admission requirements vary by program. Please contact the academic program of interest for admissions information.

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UB has one of the most diverse student communities in the United States. At UB, you will meet engaged students from around the world who will help you feel at home, world-renowned professors dedicated to helping you learn and grow, and programs designed to prepare you for success before and after graduation.

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Find a course that’s right for you at UBThisSummer.

Explore UBThisSummer’s course offerings and you’re sure to find something that fits your academic plan and goals. You can fulfill a general education requirement, dive deeply into a course in your major or try an interesting elective. The smaller class size and compact timeframe enable you to focus on class content and gain college credit in six weeks or less. A majority of our summer course options will be held remotely, so you can participate no matter where you will be this summer. Summer sessions offer both undergraduate and graduate course options. Registration opens March 1.