Managerial Sciences


Strong strategic planning and personnel management are fundamental to any company's success. No matter where your interests lie, a professional with a talent for leadership and capacity to turn ideas into action and results is highly valued in any business environment.

The Department of Business offers undergraduate Bachelor of Science programs in management with a focus in general business, human resources, and sports, as well as marketing, and the Associate in Applied Science in Business. Students may also minor in business, fashion merchandising, healthcare management, human resource management, management, marketing, and sport management.

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. A comprehensive M.S. in Human Resource Management also is offered.

Programs are taught by experts with real-world experience in their fields. Graduates of the programs have found excellent positions with top corporations, nonprofit organizations and government agencies across the New York metropolitan area and the nation.

 Undergraduate Programs  Graduate Programs
Associate in Applied Science Degree in Business Administration Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
B.S. in Entrepreneurship Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)/Part-Time or Accelerated
B.S. in Sports Management
M.S. in Human Resource Management
B.S. in Management with a Human Resource Concentration
B.S. in Marketing

Game On

LIU Brooklyn is the #1 educator of sports industry business professionals in the region. With a NCAA Division I athletics program and relationships with top organizations like Barclays Center and the Brooklyn Nets, the New York Knicks, MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, and ROCNATION Sports, Sport Management students have a foot in the ring before they even graduate.

M.B.A. Concentrations for Brooklyn's Next-Gen Business Leaders



School of Business, Public Administration & Information Sciences

Ray Pullaro, Dean