School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences

Business & Accounting


Why Get Your MBA?

MBA degrees remain in demand among employers. Our Master of Business Administration (MBA) provides students with broad exposure to business basics and allows them to specialize in one of eight areas.

Why Study Accounting?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics considers accounting a rapidly growing field in NYC. Our accounting dual and master’s degrees prepare students for the CPA exam.

Why Study Human Resource Management?

A strong economy means healthy demand for HR professionals as companies strive to acquire and maintain talent. The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts numerous HR titles to grow favorably in NYC in the coming years.

Computer Science & Technology


Computing Skills in Demand

Advances in computing and technology have touched every facet of life—from improving the delivery of government services, to making businesses more sustainable, to addressing huge issues like global poverty.

Why Study Computer Science?

Our computer science degrees train students in the concepts and techniques used in the design and development of advanced software systems and network architectures, and in the administration of systems.

Why Study Technology Management?

Our technology management degree teaches students to be bi-lingual—in the languages of business and technology—and is about evenly split between computer science and business classes.

Public Administration


Why Study Public Administration?

The government workforce of NYC is the largest it has ever been, and some of the city's largest employers are non-profits. he M.P.A. program was developed to prepare students for managerial positions in the government, non-profit, and healthcare sectors.

Why Specialize in Health Administration?

As the world becomes more globalized and interconnected, the need for public administration professionals who are grounded in international affairs will increase.

Discount Tuition for NYC Government Employees

In support of the advancing the educational opportunities available to the city’s workforce, employees of New York City government agencies receive 1/3 off the regular graduate tuition rate when they enroll in the MPA program.

Entrepreneurship
& Innovation


Entrepreneurial Thinking in Demand

Cultivating an entrepreneurial attitude involves nurturing a set of skills, knowledge, and attitudes that can position students to create value and solve problems—in virtually any setting.

Why Study Entrepreneurship?

Our entrepreneurship degree teaches students how to prepare and execute a comprehensive strategy for launching a new venture—in any organizational context, whether large or small, non-profit or for-profit, within an existing organization or a start-up.

Take Action

The Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation provides a lab for students across the campus to develop ideas, learn from experts, connect to the Brooklyn start-up community, and take a hands-on approach to problem-solving.

Entrepreneurship
Bachelor of Science

Internships That Matter

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Center for Entrepreneurship

LIU’s Center for Entrepreneurship offers programs, resources, networking opportunities, and incubator space, to connect the LIU community with the New York startup ecosystem.

Brooklyn Trading Floor

Featuring Bloomberg Terminals, the global benchmark for financial data and analysis, the Trading Floor gives students the tools to analyze financial markets, assess economic scenarios and interpret the key news developments that impact the global economy. All students in the school are encouraged to get Bloomberg Certified, a credential that can give them an advantage in the competitive job market.


CONTACT

School of Business, Public Administration & Information Sciences

Edward G. Rogoff, Dean

718-488-1130
Edward.Rogoff@liu.edu