The concrete jungle known as the Empire State is one of the United States’ financial, fashion and industrial centers; with many prestigious university’s and business programs.
1. Adelphi University: School of Business – Garden City
Aldephi offers two 5 year BBA/MBA programs for both Business and Non-business majors; and accelerated MBA and MBA in Management and various certificate programs to fit your executive educational needs.
2. Baruch College: Zicklin School of Management – New York City
Founded in 1919, the Zicklin School of Management has grown to become the largest collegiate school of business in the nation; and offers undergraduate honors, MS, MBA, Joint Degree, Doctoral and Executive programs in the Healthcare and International sectors.
3. Binghamton University: School of Management – Binghamton
Undergraduate programs at Binghamton in accounting and management stress integration of experimental learning and critical analysis. The School of management also offers Fast-track one year MBA, Full-Time and Executive MBA, Masters of Science in Accounting and PHD Programs.
4. Columbia University: Columbia Business School – New York City
This Ivy League school’s business program was ranked number 8 in the nation by U.S. news and World Report. Special programs at the university include Competitive Strategy, Media, Value Investing, Social Intelligence and Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management.
5. Cornell University: Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management – Ithaca
Another private Ivy League institution, Cornell’s business programs are distributed across the university’s specific colleges according to specialty: the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Hotel Administration, School of Industrial and Labor Relations and College of Engineering.
6. Fordham University: Gabelli School of Business – New York City
Founded in 1841 by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of NY, this private university has three campuses: in the Bronx, Manhattan and West Harrison. The Gabelli School of Business houses the university’s undergraduate programs in Accounting, Business Economics, Communications and Media Management, Entrepreneurship, Information Systems, Law & Ethics, Management, Marketing, Sustainable Business and Sports Business.
7. Fordham University: Graduate School of Business –New York City
U.S. News and World Report ranks Fordham’s MBA program in the top 25 in the nation for its Executive and Marketing programs.
8. Hofstra University: Frank G. Zarb School of Business – Hempstead
Students of the Frank G. Zarb School of Business enjoy a high rate of successful careers out of college, with a before graduate rate of employment of 63 percent and a 93 percent employment rate after graduation.
9. Iona College: Hagan School of Business – New Rochelle
The undergraduate business program of the Hagan School is located on its Manhattan campus, while the graduate programs are located at the Graduate Center in Pearl River. Hagan offers MBA, MS Programs and Advanced and Post-Masters Certifications.
10. Long Island University C.W.Post Campus : College of Management - Brookville
Situated on Long Island’s North Shore, LIU Post seeks to create graduates that thrive in today’s service driven economy in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Departments include Finance, Healthcare and Public Administration, Management, Marketing and International Business, and a School of Professional Accountancy.