Bryant & Stratton College provides a friendly, supportive environment to students searching for a college in Albany NY. Students will receive a personalized, career-focused education from staff fully committed to helping our students achieve their educational goals.
What sets Bryant & Stratton College apart from other colleges in the Capital District is our commitment to providing a personalized college education. Students will have personal advisors for everything from admissions and financial aid to career services. From the moment you first speak to a Bryant & Stratton College representative, you’ll understand that we’re a different kind of college.
The Albany campus features a number of healthcare degree programs, and students in the associate degree in Medical Assisting use a special laboratory during their course of study. This serves as a benefit for students in the Medical Administrative Assistant associate degree program and the bachelor’s degree in Health Services Administration program, as the expertise of our instructors reaches beyond just the hands-on classes.
Additional degrees in Business and Networking Technology are offered at the Albany campus, which provides 10 total degree programs for students to choose from. Students can schedule a campus tour Monday through Saturday by calling 518-437-1802 or by requesting a member of the Bryant & Stratton College admissions team to contact you directly. We’re here for you to help take the next step to a brighter future.
Students wishing to pursue a career in Medical Reimbursement or Coding have the ability to take credit bearing and non-credit bearing courses through either our Coding Certificate program or blended format Medical Reimbursement and Coding Associates degree offered through the college's Online division where students take classes delivered through a combination of online and face-to-face instruction. Financial aid options may be available.
The Albany campus offers courses in the Medical Reimbursement and Coding, AAS. To learn more about this program, please contact an admissions representative.