The Binghamton University School of Management (SOM) attracts remarkable students across the state, country and world.
While there's no typical SOM student, they all want to invest in a world-class education for an incredible value. All of our students — at the bachelors, masters, doctoral and professional level — are driven by an ambition to be challenged, make connections and find their place in the business world.
An education from the School of Management is second to none. We strive to innovate in business education by continuously adapting to address the needs of our students and industries we serve.
No single traditional success story
Students, faculty and alumni explain how the School of Management has shaped their experiences at Binghamton and beyond.
All business programs in the Binghamton University School of Management are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.
Reach and reputation
- Number 32 in top public schools and #80 in the nation (U.S. News & World Report)
- 7th (in-state) and 15th (out-of-state) Best Value College in the Nation for Business Majors (PayScale)
- 37th on list of Best Colleges for Business Majors in the U.S. (Money)
- 8th on list of Best Accounting Colleges in the U.S. (College Factual)
- 18th on list of Top Accounting Schools in the U.S. (LinkedIn)
- Number 14 on the list of 25 best colleges for earning a business degree (Fortune)
- 6th on list of Best Accounting Colleges for the Money in New York, and 23rd in the United States (College Factual)
- 15th on list of "A-List" MBA programs in U.S. (CollegeAtlas.org)
- 29th on list of Best Business Schools with High ROI for MBA Program (Student Loan Hero)
- 89th on list of top MBA programs (U.S. News & World Report)
- 7th best business school with least debt for full time MBA students (U.S. News & World Report)
- Number one Provider of new recruits for EY and PwC in New York City