As of August 2015, Brockport, Farmingdale, Plattsburgh, Binghamton and Buffalo are SUNY schools with nursing programs. In addition, the College at Brockport offers three Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs.
Brockport has a traditional nursing program with junior- and senior-level courses. Another program is for students who have bachelor's degrees in fields other than nursing. The third program is for students who are already registered nurses with associate degrees.
Farmingdale State College has traditional and RN to BSN programs. In addition, the college allows students to transfer into a nursing program. SUNY Plattsburgh has a four-year nursing major. Freshman applicants must have three years of high school science and mathematics. Another option allows students to complete Plattsburgh's RN to BSN program online or at the college's Queensbury campus.
Binghamton University offers both undergraduate and graduate nursing programs through its Decker School of Nursing. Undergraduates earn a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in nursing. Students have the option of starting as freshmen or transferring in as sophomores or juniors.
The University of Buffalo has three pathways to a nursing degree: traditional, RN to BSN and ABS. The ABS program is for students holding bachelor's or master's degrees in other disciplines. UB also offers master's and doctoral level nursing programs.