The right fit
for your future

The Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science educates nearly 1,000 graduate students per year, 21 percent of whom are women and 67 percent of whom are international students.

Our graduates are eagerly sought by high-technology businesses, financial firms, research and development institutions, and management firms.

Many Watson graduates are employed at Ford, Google, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft and Goldman Sachs.

Our graduates are employed at Ford, Google, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft and Goldman Sachs

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WE DON’T MEAN TO BRAG,
BUT…

Binghamton University has built a reputation as a premier institution, renowned as one of the top public research universities in the U.S. for its academic excellence, value and student successes.

Binghamton is one of four university centers in the State University of New York (SUNY) system. A mid-sized institution, Binghamton combines an interdisciplinary education with one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation.

With more than 3,000 international students from 115 countries and almost 100 visiting international scholars and faculty members, the campus is rich with different cultures and perspectives. The University has won eight national awards for internationalizing its campus and its coursework — that is every recognition awarded to American universities.

  • 4 federally designated research centers
  • 7 academic colleges
  • 60+ master’s and 30+ doctoral degree programs available

Binghamton is consistently ranked as one of the best values in the nation by top publications.

10+ PROGRAMS RANKED IN TOP 100 BEST GRAD SCHOOLS

— U.S. News and World Report, 2016

ONE OF THE NATION’S TOP 40 PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES

— U.S. News and World Report, 2016

#5 MOST AFFORDABLE COLLEGE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

— Great Value Colleges, 2014

#4 BEST VALUE

— Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, 2014

One of the 50 MOST AFFORDABLE COLLEGE TOWNS IN THE U.S.

— Value Colleges, 2016

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innovation

Research at Binghamton University leads to new insights, new technologies and new jobs.

Our scholars conduct path-breaking work in areas ranging from neuroscience and energy storage to nanotechnology and healthcare systems.

Multidisciplinary collaborations and partnerships with industry help to ensure that ideas developed on campus have international impact. And graduate students work alongside our nationally known faculty experts, enhancing their classroom experiences with hands-on research.

Binghamton’s creativity and innovation are evident in our research growth, with research expenditures totaling $36.7 MILLION IN 2015-16. This represents a 39 percent increase in the last decade.

State-of-the art research facilities and learning spaces enrich education. Four federally designated research centers, plus our New York State Center of Excellence and dozens of organized research centers and institutes unite University researchers across disciplines. The Innovative Technologies Complex features cutting-edge engineering and science laboratories.

Living in
greater Binghamton

Greater Binghamton is an affordable community that is rich in scenic beauty. The area offers countless recreational and cultural opportunities, including a world-class opera company, a symphony orchestra, movie theaters, clubs and professional hockey and baseball teams. Numerous coffee houses, incredible restaurants, shopping areas and museums are spread throughout the region. A variety of annual festivals, farmer’s markets and antique stores attracts residents and visitors. And easy access to the many state and county parks ensures outdoor recreation is available year-round.

  • Boston 5-hour drive
  • Montreal 5-hour drive
  • New York, N.Y. 3-hour drive
  • Niagara Falls 4-hour drive
  • Philadelphia 3-hour drive
  • Toronto 5-hour drive
  • Washington, D.C. 5-hour drive

Explore our
Affordability

Get an exceptional, affordable graduate education at Binghamton.

A SOUND INVESTMENT
Binghamton University boasts an internationally renowned graduate education that makes real economic sense.

REASONABLE TUITION RATES
As a public university subsidized by New York state, Binghamton maintains reasonable tuition rates that make an excellent education economically possible.

AFFORDABLE LIVING
The low cost of living in the Greater Binghamton area allows graduate students to enjoy reasonably priced housing in a safe community with free bus transportation to campus.

FUNDING AND FINANCIAL AID
Binghamton has a range of resources that help graduate students finance their education. Many students receive graduate, teaching or research project assistantships, enabling them to gain practice, teaching or research experience while earning stipends. Binghamton also offers general and field-specific fellowships, scholarships and travel grants, as well as federal work study.

The Office of External Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards can help students navigate funding opportunities, while the Office of Financial Aid assists students seeking loans. The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development aids students searching for part-time employment.

2016-2017 GRADUATE TUITION AND FEES*

Graduate tuition and fees per academic year

  New York residents Non-residents**
Tuition* $10,870 $22,210
Fees* $2,051 $2,051
Total (12 credits) $12,921 $24,261

*as of June 2016, subject to change
**Out-of-state and international students. International students should add an average of $1,300 per calendar year for international student health insurance and service fees