You'll Learn Hands-on.
Buffalo State provides the academic foundation for leaders in all fields—from scientists, legislative and political leaders, to educators, artists, and innovators. Being a leader in today’s world requires you to be hands-on. You will be prepared for your professional role through unique programs, research, internships, field study, and service-learning.
Find Your Program
Eligible programs are accredited
Classes with fewer than 40 students
Learn Your Way
Online courses offer flexibility, convenience, and direct access to faculty.
Apply what you have learned to solve real-world problems and learn things that you might not typically cover in class.
The Anne Frank Project provides tools and vocabulary for conflict resolution, community building, and identity exploration in neighborhoods and schools world-wide.
Embrace the opportunity to study, learn, and live in more than 70 countries.
Join groups of students and professors exploring a common academic theme.
Students learn by engaging in direct application of skills, theories, and models.
Academic Schools, Departments, Centers
Buffalo State has 5 academic schools, connected by common intellectual foundations and offering a full range of academic programs in their areas of study, and 36 academic departments. Our academic centers offer intellectual enrichment, community engagement, and provide opportunities for students and faculty to work together across disciplines.
School of Arts and Humanities
The School of Arts and Humanities programs instill a foundation of critical thinking, artistic inventiveness, and cultural awareness that lasts a lifetime.
School of Education
Buffalo State's School of Education has a distinguished history of preparing leaders and educators to excel in a wide range of classroom settings. Students learn through a strong, diverse on-campus curriculum as well as through direct student teacher experiences.
School of Natural and Social Sciences
Programs in the School of Natural and Social Sciences help students develop skills in analytical thinking, quantitative methods, problem solving, critical thinking, and effective communication. Students are taught to use the facts, concepts, and principles learned in the field and in the classroom for practical application.
School of the Professions
The School of the Professions educates future professionals to lead within diverse settings and participate in the community through partnerships. The school prepares graduates for productive and successful careers in a global society.
The Graduate School
Buffalo State offers 60 graduate programs—including 11 postbaccalaureate teacher certification programs. Whether you're a professional looking to advance your career or a college graduate planning to continue your studies, you'll find a range of graduate study options.