Buffalo State's 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—as educators, leaders, and, of course, innovators.
Business Administration, B.S.
Computer Information Systems, B.S.
Computer Information Systems (Minor)
Creative Studies (Minor)
Criminal Justice, B.S.
Criminal Justice (Minor)
Dietetics: Coordinated Program, B.S.
Dietetics: Didactic Program, B.S.
Electrical Engineering Technology: Electronics, B.S.
Electrical Engineering Technology: Smart Grid, B.S.
Fashion and Textile Technology, B.S.
Hospitality Administration, B.S.
Hospitality and Tourism (Minor)
Industrial Technology, B.S.
Mechanical Engineering Technology, B.S.
Safety Studies (Minor)
Social Welfare (Minor)
Social Work, B.S.
Speech-Language Pathology, B.S.
Technology Education, B.S.
Creative Studies, M.S.
Creativity and Change Leadership (Graduate Certificate)
Criminal Justice, M.S.
Educational Technology, M.S.Ed
Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration, M.S.
Industrial Technology, M.S.
Speech-Language Pathology, M.S.Ed
Technology Education, M.S.Ed
Technology Education (Certification Program)
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