A Better Business Education

Whether you are looking for an undergraduate education or a graduate degree (or both – on an accelerated schedule!) and whether you’d like to attend classes in person in Albany or online (or a combination – as your schedule changes) you’ll find accredited programs; accessible, experienced faculty; small classes; and an engaging curriculum at Russell Sage College’s School of Management.

“We work to educate and train the managers and leaders of tomorrow with the knowledge and skills that lead to organizational success.”

John Pelizza, Ph.D.

Dean, School of Management
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Our Faculty

Faculty in Sage’s School of Management include full-time professors with doctorates in management, as well as experienced directors of state agencies, business-owners, leaders in the sport and recreation field and chief officers from the financial, health care and technology sectors. Small class sizes maximize interaction among students and faculty, and allow a level of individual attention and support rare in business schools.


Health Services Administration (MS, on campus and online)
Master of Business Administration (MBA, on campus and online)
Organization Management (MS, on campus and online)


Undergraduate and graduate students have opportunities to present their work at Russell Sage College’s annual research symposiums and at school-sponsored events like weekend-long business-plan intensives. Undergraduate students work with a faculty member who knows them to find an internship based on their goals, while graduate students work together to complete a consulting project for a business, non-profit or government agency.


The School of Management at Russell Sage College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA.


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Assistant Provost for Grants & Community Relations and Graduate Program Director
Associate Professor, Chair, & Undergraduate Program Director, School of Management