At The University at Buffalo You Can Live Comfortably While Pursuing a Graduate Education
The University at Buffalo offers nearly 300 graduate and professional degree programs in subject areas that range from architecture and engineering, to law and medicine, pharmacy and social work, and many fields of study in the arts and sciences. We welcome the opportunity to connect with information about our programs.
UB is a large, exciting place – a community of ideas and interests that contains such diverse riches as one of the world’s fastest supercomputing clusters, some of the world’s most prized literary manuscripts, and the world’s most versatile earthquake simulator, to list just a few dramatic examples. Our graduate and professional programs all benefit from the variety and intensity of intellectual work in this setting.
A member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, the University at Buffalo stands in the first rank among the nation’s research-intensive public universities. The university was founded as a private institution in 1846 and merged with the State University of New York in 1962. UB’s College of Arts and Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate study in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and physical sciences.