The SUNY Geneseo School of Business is a highly selective, AACSB-accredited school offering undergraduate degrees in accounting, business administration, and economics. The school also offers a master's degree in accounting.
In addition to outstanding faculty and a strong network of successful alumni, the School of Business features a cutting-edge trading room with three Bloomberg terminals that provide students with direct access to the latest technology, software and analytical tools.
School of Business
South Hall 100
Geneseo, NY 14454
The opportunities for hands-on business experience at Geneseo include internships, an entrepreneurship program, a student-managed investment fund, the Fed Challenge, the CFA Research Challenge, Adopt-A-Business and our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
Geneseo also provides each student with exceptional professional development through a distinctive "PD" program, a four-year, co-curricular requirement for every student. The program includes resume and interview skill workshops, small-group career development sessions, and mock interviews with alumni.
85% of Geneseo business students complete an internship.
Companies and organizations where our students intern and work include:
- Goldman Sachs
- Ernst & Young
- Dixon Schwabl
- JP Morgan
- Morgan Stanley
- Credit Suisse
Alumni and Employment Network
Our alumni network provides unparalleled support and includes:
- Annual trips to NYC and Wall Street to meet, learn from, and network with successful alumni
- Periodic networking banquets
- Annual student and alumni golf tournament
- Student and alumni conferences
- Executive-in-Residence program bringing prominent alumni to campus to share their experience and knowledge
- What I Know Now video series with advice from Geneseo alumni
School of Business News
SUNY Geneseo has been named to Forbes’ 2019 “America’s Best Value Colleges” list, ranking 115th on the comprehensive list of 300 public and private colleges, up from 175th when Forbes first began the ranking in 2016. The College ranks fifth out of the ten SUNY institutions on the list.
Two student teams from SUNY Geneseo’s VentureWorks entrepreneurship program secured three awards in the finals of the tenth annual New York State Business Plan Competition (NYBPC) April 29 at The Armory at Sage in Albany.