Undergraduate Degrees

Associate and bachelor's degrees can be customized to focus on an area of study with a concentration to best meet your educational goals.


Learn about our B.S. in Accounting degree program.

Addiction Studies

Learn about our B.S. in Addiction Studies degree program.

Allied Health

Learn about our B.S. in Allied Health degree program.

Business Administration

Learn about our B.S. in Business Administration degree program.

General Studies

Learn about our A.A. or A.S. in General Studies degree program.

Human Resource Management

Learn about our B.S. in Human Resource Management degree program.

Liberal Arts

Learn about our B.A. in Liberal Arts degree program.


Learn about our B.S. in Management degree program.


RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing for New York State RN licensed nurses.


Learn about our B.A. in Psychology degree program.

Security Studies

Learn about our B.S. in Security Studies degree program.


Learn about our B.P.S. in Technology degree program.


Explore our Undergraduate Certificate Programs in Business and Environmental Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, Global Indigenous Knowledge, Healthcare Management, and Manufacturing Management.

Union Apprentices

The Harry Van Arsdale, Jr. School of Labor Studies offers specialized programs leading to college degrees.

Where to Study

The college has more than 20 locations across New York state or students can study online.

The Center for International Education offers English-language, classroom-based education leading to a degree on campuses in Albania, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Greece, Lebanon and Turkey.

Why SUNY Empire?

A unique degree program that supports individual needs and goals is developed with a faculty mentor who works with you from first registration through graduation.

Prior learning assessment identifies college-level learning from a variety of sources which may be used in a degree program plan.

A range of ways to study is available. Choose from among guided independent study, online courses, study groups and residency-based studies, or blend a combination of approaches.