School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences

Business & Accounting

Why Study Finance, Accounting or Taxation at LIU Brooklyn?

The Department of Finance, Accounting, and Taxation offers degree programs leading to many exciting careers in banking, public accounting, consulting, and government, in addition to providing preparation for entry into M.B.A. programs and law school, as well as other advanced-degree programs.

Earn Your M.B.A. in Managerial Sciences

Programs on the graduate level include the Master in Business Administration (M.B.A.), which offers concentrations in accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, human resource management, international business, management, management information systems, and marketing.

Earn Your M.B.A/M.S. in Accounting or Taxation

Programs on the graduate level include the Master in Business Administration (M.B.A.), which offers an advanced concentration in accounting. Masters of Science (M.S.) programs are also offered in Accounting and Taxation.

Computer Science & Technology

Why Study Technology, Innovation or Computer Science at LIU Brooklyn?

How do you avoid being replaced by technology? Be the person who designs, fixes, builds, and runs the technology. In the modern business world, digital communications, data and information management, and technology are fundamental to the operation of nearly every business, large or small.

Earn Your B.S. in Computer Science or Technology Management

The B.S. in Computer Science degree focuses on the concepts and techniques used in the design and the development of advanced software systems, network designs, and applications. Students in this program explore the conceptual foundations of computer science – its fundamental algorithms, programming languages, operating systems and software engineering techniques.

Enhance Your Degree

No matter what career you choose, computer skills strengthen your résumé. LIU Brooklyn offers mini courses in computer applications like PowerPoint, Excel, digital imaging, Macromedia Flash, Web page design, wireless networking, databases and statistical packages for social sciences that will help you stand out from the competition.

& Innovation

Earn Your B.S. in Entrepreneurship

The entrepreneurship program at LIU Brooklyn is designed to engage students to think entrepreneurially while they learn how to execute on their vision efficiently and effectively.

The Entrepreneurial Process

The best way to understand the entrepreneurial process is to take a hands-on, experiential approach. In this major, students will interact extensively with the business community both inside and outside the classroom.

Think BIG

Entrepreneurial thinkers create value in society using innovation under conditions of uncertainty. The ability to think entrepreneurially is critical for all students, regardless of their major or their career plans.

Bachelor of Science

Public Administration

Master in Public Administration at LIU Brooklyn?

The Public Administration program at LIU Brooklyn is flexible and can be tailored to accommodate the professional requirements of the student by offering specialization courses that provide them with the opportunity to examine a specific management function or an area of application in greater depth.

U.N. Certificate/Master of Public Administration

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

Earn Your M.P.A. in Health Administration

According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, the health administration field is expected to grow nearly 20% faster than other occupations through the year 2017.

Internships That Matter


Startup Lab

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 and other business technology, this simulated trading floor empowers students to use the latest financial tools.


School of Business, Public Administration & Information Sciences

Edward G. Rogoff, Dean