Solve your future.
Students learn to apply the principles and techniques of physical and natural sciences to the analysis of crime-scene evidence in the B.S. program in forensic chemistry. This professional program requires coursework in criminal justice and biology, and an internship in criminalistics in a police laboratory. Graduates are recruited by crime laboratories at the local, state, and federal levels throughout the country.
Be an enforcer.
Criminal justice majors examine the justice system and its relationship to crime in a democratic society. There is tremendous demand for qualified safety and security experts. Graduates are prepared for positions as law-enforcement and corrections officers at the local, state, and federal levels and for positions with community agencies that deal with crime, the criminal justice system, and victims of crime.
Make a statement.
Professional communicators are highly sought after by every business and organization. Students in our B.A. program in communication—the largest in SUNY—have plenty of options, from broad-based communication studies and public communication (public relations, advertising, and organizational communication) to more specialized programs in broadcasting, journalism, and television arts. Students who take advantage of numerous opportunities for real-world experience offered throughout the program have an advantage in the job market.