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B.S. in Business Administration (Concentration in Management)

B.S. in Business Administration (Concentration in Management)The undergraduate program in management combines liberal arts courses with professional education in business, leading to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in management. The 129-credit degree focuses on the roles and behaviors necessary to become an effective manager: planning, organizing, problem-solving, leading, operating and controlling. The program equips you with the professional skills to run a successful, competitive company, and to productively interact with customers, employees and shareholders. Through specialized courses in organizational behavior, human resource management and labor relations, business and society, international management and cross-cultural behavior, and creating and managing a small business, you will develop a broad knowledge of the inner workings of all types of commerce.

The College of Management at LIU Post is known for its distinguished professors, state-of-the-art facilities and strong network of successful alumni. Business majors take classes in a state-of-the-art academic environment. The College’s Center for Learning, located in the campus library, is equipped with wireless classrooms, two board rooms, a financial markets classroom, small seminar rooms and a student lounge. Students can increase their future job prospects by interning at corporations and organizations in New York City and on Long Island.

The B.S. degree in Business Administration is accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the world’s leading business accrediting agency.

Program Goals

Students should be able to:

  • use critical and systemic thinking, qualitative and quantitative methods in order to analyze business problems and opportunities, generate alternatives, and recognize appropriate solutions benefiting the whole organization rather than a single department.
  • identify an ethical dilemma, as well as offer ethically acceptable alternatives and solutions; identify a variety of viewpoints due to international, cultural, ethnic and gender backgrounds; offer compromise solutions that recognize the importance and attempts at reconciling these differences.
  • understand the specific challenges and opportunities of managing operations in service industries.
  • understand how to use statistical and quantitative tools for managerial decision-making.