Explore Our Programs
Each one of SUNY Plattsburgh’s 70+ programs comes with a promise — you will be given the tools to go farther. Leading professors, experiential learning opportunities, and alumni networking connections are all available to help you succeed.
The interdisciplinary biochemistry major provides you with an in-depth foundation in chemistry, including advanced coursework in biochemistry, and organic and physical chemistry.
Biology is a rapidly advancing field and we will prepare you to adapt to the continual shifts in new technologies and challenges to our health and planet.
Biomedical Sciences Major
Deepen your knowledge of the core sciences and be well positioned to apply successfully to medical, dental, veterinary, and other professional schools.
Broadcast Journalism Major
Learn to gather, produce and deliver news for radio and TV through hands-on training in three different media outlets (PSTV, WARP and WQKE).
Business Administration Major
Build a business program which starts with learning the best business principles and then focuses on areas that best suit your skills, interests, and career goals.
Business Administration Online Degree
Take your associate’s degree to the next level with our AACSB-accredited online business administration program.
With a sound foundation in the basic areas of inorganic, organic, analytical, and physical chemistry, you'll be ready for your future as a professional in the field of chemistry.
Chemistry Major with ACS Certification
Earn the same sound foundation chemistry as in the B.A. program; but the additional coursework which satisfies the American Chemical Society requirements for certification.
Child Care Management Study Option in Human Development & Family Relations Major
Ours is the program of its kind in SUNY. Prepare for a career as a child-care center director, Head Start teacher, or professional in a youth-related human services agency.
Childhood Education Major
Develop and apply knowledge of child development, subject area content, and teach students in the 21st century elementary classroom.