Department of Management

Effective management is fundamental to cultivating a productive and supportive culture in the workplace. Professionals with strong people skills and a mind for organizing personnel and IT resources to achieve goals will thrive in management roles at companies in every area of business and industry.

The Department of Management curriculum focuses on the roles and behaviors necessary to become business leader, combining liberal arts courses with professional education in business. 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 the professional skills to run a successful, competitive company, and to productively interact with customers, employees, and shareholders.

All of LIU Post's bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in business, including the M.B.A., are accredited by AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the world’s leading business school accrediting organization.

Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs
B.S. in Sports Management Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
B.S. in Business Administration (Management)
J.D./M.B.A. in Law
B.S. in Business Administration/M.B.A.

Why Study Management at LIU Post?

  • Our AACSB accreditation represents the gold standard for business schools worldwide; fewer than five percent of American schools and 15 percent of international programs claim this distinction.
  • Study just 25 miles away from the financial capital of the world—New York City!
  • LIU Post offers flexible and customizable M.B.A. programs that support a wide range of individual interests and career objectives.
  • Convenient evening classes enable you to pursue your degree at your own pace, either full- or part-time.

Become an Industry Leader

Unlimited opportunities are available to professionals with an education in business management. From running your own small business to overseeing thousands of employees at the top of multinational corporations and even running a city (or country), managerial skills and experience are invaluable in the modern business world.


College of Management
Robert Valli, Dean
Library, Lower Level