SUNY Geneseo at a Glance

Faculty, staff and students alike are proud of the recognition that Geneseo has received from the community and media in the past few years. Recent publications have used the phrases “Best Buy”, “Public Ivy” and “Highly Selective” to describe the State University of New York at Geneseo. Clearly SUNY Geneseo has earned a reputation as a quality institution that graduates well-rounded, success oriented students.

SUNY Geneseo is primarily an undergraduate institution, located just 30 minutes south of Rochester, New York. Approximately 5,300 students pursue degrees in a broad range of liberal arts, sciences, teacher preparation and professional business programs.

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To see what national publications are saying about SUNY Geneseo go to National Publication List.

Majors

Accounting
American Studies
Anthropology
Applied Physics
Art History
Art Studio
Biochemistry
Biophysics
Biology
Black Studies
Chemistry
Communication
Communicative Disorders & Sciences
Computer Science
Economics
English
Foreign Languages
Geography
Geological Sciences

Geophysics
History
Management
Mathematics
Music
Musical Theater
Natural Science (N-6)
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science &
International Relations
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish
Special Education
Special Education. & Elem. Education N-6 Theater
Theater & English
 

Minors

Most departments have their own minors in addition to the interdisciplinary minors listed below.
Africana Studies
Asian Studies
Cognitive Science
Computer Information Systems
Conflict Studies
Criminal Justice
Dance
Environmental Studies
Graphics Productions
Human Development
Latin American Studies
Legal Studies
Linguistics
Medieval Studies
Modern European Studies
Musical Theater
Organizational & Occupational Behavior
Public Administration
Public Relations
Religious Studies
Urban Studies
Women's Studies
 

Special Programs

3-2 and 4-1 MBA
3-2 Engineering
3-4 Doctor of Optometry
3-4 Doctor of Dental Science
3-2 Master of Environmental Science and Forestry
Pre-Law, Pre-Med, and Pre-Theological Studies Advisory