Almost every business and industry relies on some form of technology to function. And the people who power the machines—specialists in system administration, new mobile technologies, and cybersecurity, to name a few—are in demand. Our Computer Information Systems program emphasizes commercial applications of computers rather than theory, giving graduates an advantage in the job market.
Vibrant student life.
With about 9,000 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate students Buffalo State is a school that’s big enough for you to meet lots of new people, but small enough to make lifetime friends. Plus, with more than 100 student organizations and over 25 fraternities and sororities on campus, you'll never be bored.
Established as a normal school in 1871, Buffalo State is synonymous with excellence in teacher education. In addition to a superb faculty, the college offers several specialized facilities and learning opportunities that provide students with hands-on experience long before they enter the classroom. Buffalo State is nationally accredited, and our graduates are heavily recruited by school districts across the country.