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College Profile: Berkeley College-New York

 
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Berkeley College is a private college specializing in business, with seven locations in New York and New Jersey, plus Berkeley College Online. The college was founded by in 1931 and offers Associate's and Bachelor's degrees in such fields as business administration, general business, accounting, financial services, health services, marketing, management (including concentrations in entrepreneurship and human resources), international business, justice studies (criminal justice), information systems management, paralegal studies, interior design, network management, and fashion marketing and management. Berkeley College also offers professional training through its School of Professional Development, as well as certificate programs in such areas as paralegal studies, software management, and computer applications. The seven locations are: New Jersey Newark Campus in Newark
Bergen Campus in Paramus
Garret Mountain Campus in West Paterson
Middlesex Campus in Woodbridge Township


New York

New York City Midtown Campus in Manhattan
New York City Lower Manhattan Extension Center in Manhattan
Westchester Campus in White Plains

For more information about Berkeley College graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed programs, and other important disclosures, please visit BerkeleyCollege.edu/disclosures.
 
3 East 43 Street
New York, NY
10017
212-986-4343 (general)
212-986-4343 (financial aid)
212-986-4343 (admissions)
 
 
 

 

General Information
Other Names Berkeley College NYC Campus, Berkeley College New York City Campus, Berkeley College Westchester Campus, Berkeley College White Plains, Berkeley College, Berkeley College Lower Manhattan Extension Center, Berkeley College Online, Berkeley College Brooklyn Campus
Type Private for-profit, 4-year or above
Control Private for-profit
Size 1,000 - 4,999
Campus Setting City: Large
Calendar System Semester
Title IV Eligibility Participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs
Relgious Affiliation Not applicable

College Student Services Offered
Yes Remedial ServicesYes Academic/career counseling service
Yes Employment services for studentsYes Placement services for completers
No On-campus day care for students' children   

College Special Learning Opportunities
No ROTCYes Distance learning opportunities
No ROTC: ArmyYes Study abroad
No ROTC: NavyYes Weekend/evening college
No ROTC: Air Force   

Sources: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
More info

Berkeley College-New York Website
Wikipedia

Admissions Considerations & Recommendations
Open admission policy Yes
Admission test scores Not applicable
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language Not applicable

Applicants (most recent fall period)
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Admissions (most recent fall period)
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Percentage of Students Submitting Test Scores
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SAT Percentile Scores
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ACT Percentile Scores
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Percentage Receiving Financial Aid
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Average Amount of Financial Aid Received
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Average Tuition for Full-Time Undergraduates
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Average Tuition for Full-Time Graduates
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Comprehensive Fee for Full-Time Undergraduates
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Per Credit Hour Charge for Part-Time Undergraduates
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Per Credit Hour Charge for Part-Time Graduates
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Student Body
3,978 Student Body SizeYes On-Campus Housing
0 Fall Applicants0 Total Dormitory Capacity
0 Fall Admissions

Gender
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Ethnicity
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College Levels Offered
No Less than one year certificateNo One but less than two years certificate
Yes Associate's degreeNo Two but less than 4 years certificate
Yes Bachelor's degreeNo Postbaccalaureate certificate
No Master's degreeNo Post-master's certificate
No Doctor's degreeNo First-professional degree
No First-professional certificate

Degrees and Certifications
AAS, Business Administration - Accounting (Associate Degree)
The Accounting major integrates a broad background in business administration with a thorough understanding of accounting concepts and theory and hands-on training in computerized accounting. The program prepares students for positions in private, public, not-for-profit, and governmental agencies.
AAS, Business Administration - Accounting (Associate Degree)
The Accounting major integrates a broad background in business administration with a thorough understanding of accounting concepts and theory and hands-on training in computerized accounting. The program prepares students for positions in private, public, not-for-profit, and governmental agencies.
AAS, Business Administration - Information Systems Management (Associate Degree)
The Information Systems Management major is designed to develop an understanding of how successful businesses have streamlined their systems and reorganized their staffs so that vast amounts of information are exchanged more efficiently than ever. The program provides a broad background in business administration, combining computer technology with strong managerial techniques and interpersonal skills. Students learn to communicate electronically and to use the Internet, online data services, spreadsheets, graphics, database, and project management software to solve business problems.
AAS, Business Administration - Information Systems Management (Associate Degree)
The Information Systems Management major is designed to develop an understanding of how successful businesses have streamlined their systems and reorganized their staffs so that vast amounts of information are exchanged more efficiently than ever. The program provides a broad background in business administration, combining computer technology with strong managerial techniques and interpersonal skills. Students learn to communicate electronically and to use the Internet, online data services, spreadsheets, graphics, database, and project management software to solve business problems.
AAS, Business Administration - Information Systems Management (Associate Degree)
The Information Systems Management major is designed to develop an understanding of how successful businesses have streamlined their systems and reorganized their staffs so that vast amounts of information are exchanged more efficiently than ever. The program provides a broad background in business administration, combining computer technology with strong managerial techniques and interpersonal skills. Students learn to communicate electronically and to use the Internet, online data services, spreadsheets, graphics, database, and project management software to solve business problems.
AAS, Business Administration - Management (Associate Degree)
Combining a solid foundation in the human and organizational aspects of management with a broad background in business administration, the Management major provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to guide and motivate group efforts toward achieving the organization?s desired goals and to make managerial decisions.
AAS, Business Administration - Management (Associate Degree)
Combining a solid foundation in the human and organizational aspects of management with a broad background in business administration, the Management major provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to guide and motivate group efforts toward achieving the organization?s desired goals and to make managerial decisions.
AAS, Business Administration - Marketing (Associate Degree)
The Marketing major provides students with an understanding of the marketing process and its role in domestic and international business environments. Courses are designed to develop students? abilities to analyze, plan, implement, and control the creation of demand among targeted buyers.
AAS, Business Administration - Marketing (Associate Degree)
The Marketing major provides students with an understanding of the marketing process and its role in domestic and international business environments. Courses are designed to develop students? abilities to analyze, plan, implement, and control the creation of demand among targeted buyers.
AAS, Fashion Marketing & Mgmt (Associate Degree)
The Fashion Marketing & Management program is designed for those who want the most comprehensive fashion curriculum in two academic years. The program draws heavily upon the resources of New York?s fashion world and cultural centers; includes field trips to trade shows, museums, designers, and showrooms; and incorporates a full-time Fashion Internship.
AAS, Fashion Marketing & Mgmt (Associate Degree)
The Fashion Marketing & Management program is designed for those who want the most comprehensive fashion curriculum in two academic years. The program draws heavily upon the resources of New York?s fashion world and cultural centers; includes field trips to trade shows, museums, designers, and showrooms; and incorporates a full-time Fashion Internship.
AAS, Fashion Marketing & Mgmt (Associate Degree)
The Fashion Marketing & Management program is designed for those who want the most comprehensive fashion curriculum in two academic years. The program draws heavily upon the resources of New York?s fashion world and cultural centers; includes field trips to trade shows, museums, designers, and showrooms; and incorporates a full-time Fashion Internship.
AAS, Financial Services (Associate Degree)
This program is designed to provide an overview of financial institutions, the products and services they offer, and their importance to the economy. The curriculum, built on a solid business and technology core, emphasizes financial planning and exchange, and considers investment and securities management. Graduates may pursue careers in a variety of financial organizations including investment firms and banks.
AAS, Health Services Administration (Associate Degree)
The Health Services Administration program, with a curriculum grounded in business administration and technology, provides graduates with a clear understanding of the dynamic and rapidly expanding health services industry. Through major courses and an internship in a health services organization, students are introduced to a very complex field and explore interactions between healthcare providers and private and governmental funding agencies. With a broad-based education in business and technology, students will be prepared for a variety of positions in organizations that deliver and support healthcare.
AAS, Health Services Administration (Associate Degree)
The Health Services Administration program, with a curriculum grounded in business administration and technology, provides graduates with a clear understanding of the dynamic and rapidly expanding health services industry. Through major courses and an internship in a health services organization, students are introduced to a very complex field and explore interactions between healthcare providers and private and governmental funding agencies. With a broad-based education in business and technology, students will be prepared for a variety of positions in organizations that deliver and support healthcare.
AAS, International Business (also available in A.S) (Associate Degree)
The A.A.S. degree program in International Business integrates a solid foundation in international trade, marketing, and management; a knowledge of global business practices; an understanding of cultural and environmental contexts of international business; and strong technological skills.
BBA, Accounting (Bachelor Degree)
The profession of accountancy has expanded over the years in terms of services offered to private industry, government, and not for-profit institutions. In addition to the traditional services such as auditing, attestation, and taxation, accountants are playing an expanded role in management advisory services and financial planning. The Accounting program prepares students for professional careers in accounting as well as for careers in private industry, government, and not-for-profit organizations. The program combines a solid foundation in accounting theory and practice and computerized accounting with a broad background in business administration and the liberal arts.
BBA, Accounting (Bachelor Degree)
The profession of accountancy has expanded over the years in terms of services offered to private industry, government, and not for-profit institutions. In addition to the traditional services such as auditing, attestation, and taxation, accountants are playing an expanded role in management advisory services and financial planning. The Accounting program prepares students for professional careers in accounting as well as for careers in private industry, government, and not-for-profit organizations. The program combines a solid foundation in accounting theory and practice and computerized accounting with a broad background in business administration and the liberal arts.
BBA, Business Administration - Information Systems Management (Bachelor Degree)
The Information Systems Management major is designed to develop an understanding of how successful businesses have integrated technology into their managerial operations. The program provides a broad background in business administration, combining professional courses in management with the Internet, electronic communication, web design, online data services, and advanced-level software management. The curriculum is further enhanced by technology electives.
BBA, Business Administration - Information Systems Management (Bachelor Degree)
The Information Systems Management major is designed to develop an understanding of how successful businesses have integrated technology into their managerial operations. The program provides a broad background in business administration, combining professional courses in management with the Internet, electronic communication, web design, online data services, and advanced-level software management. The curriculum is further enhanced by technology electives.
BBA, Business Administration - Information Systems Management (Bachelor Degree)
The Information Systems Management major is designed to develop an understanding of how successful businesses have integrated technology into their managerial operations. The program provides a broad background in business administration, combining professional courses in management with the Internet, electronic communication, web design, online data services, and advanced-level software management. The curriculum is further enhanced by technology electives.
BBA, Business Administration - Management (Bachelor Degree)
The Management major integrates professional courses in management with a strong background in business administration. The program fosters innovation and creativity in decision-making and develops the skills necessary to actively participate in the management of a modern organization. The design of the program reflects the constantly changing pattern of the business world. It incorporates creative problem-solving, team-building, presentation skills, managing and valuing cultural diversity, forecasting, strategic planning, and using computers to solve business problems.
BBA, Business Administration - Management (Bachelor Degree)
The Management major integrates professional courses in management with a strong background in business administration. The program fosters innovation and creativity in decision-making and develops the skills necessary to actively participate in the management of a modern organization. The design of the program reflects the constantly changing pattern of the business world. It incorporates creative problem-solving, team-building, presentation skills, managing and valuing cultural diversity, forecasting, strategic planning, and using computers to solve business problems.
BBA, Business Administration - Marketing (Bachelor Degree)
Constantly increasing competition in the world of business requires companies to employ well-educated professionals to implement effective marketing programs to market goods and services throughout the world. In addition to providing a broad background in business administration, the Marketing major explores new product introductions, advertising, consumer behavior, market research, marketing logistics, and promotion. Electives in such areas as Direct Marketing, Public Relations, and Internet Marketing are offered.
BBA, Business Administration - Marketing (Bachelor Degree)
Constantly increasing competition in the world of business requires companies to employ well-educated professionals to implement effective marketing programs to market goods and services throughout the world. In addition to providing a broad background in business administration, the Marketing major explores new product introductions, advertising, consumer behavior, market research, marketing logistics, and promotion. Electives in such areas as Direct Marketing, Public Relations, and Internet Marketing are offered.
BBA, Fashion Marketing & Mgmt (Bachelor Degree)
The Fashion Marketing and Management major integrates the creative and business aspects of the Fashion industry, combining a specialized education in Fashion with a solid background in Marketing and Management. The program draws upon the resources of New York's fashion world and cultural centers and includes visits to trade shows, museums, designers, and showrooms. Two full-time Fashion Internships allow students to incorporate what they have learned in the classroom with what they experience in the workplace.
BBA, Fashion Marketing & Mgmt (Bachelor Degree)
The Fashion Marketing and Management major integrates the creative and business aspects of the Fashion industry, combining a specialized education in Fashion with a solid background in Marketing and Management. The program draws upon the resources of New York's fashion world and cultural centers and includes visits to trade shows, museums, designers, and showrooms. Two full-time Fashion Internships allow students to incorporate what they have learned in the classroom with what they experience in the workplace.
BBA, Fashion Marketing & Mgmt (Bachelor Degree)
The Fashion Marketing and Management major integrates the creative and business aspects of the Fashion industry, combining a specialized education in Fashion with a solid background in Marketing and Management. The program draws upon the resources of New York's fashion world and cultural centers and includes visits to trade shows, museums, designers, and showrooms. Two full-time Fashion Internships allow students to incorporate what they have learned in the classroom with what they experience in the workplace.
BBA, General Business (Bachelor Degree)
General Business is a broad-based program of study especially suited for those students who want the opportunity to broaden their education within the context of their individual, personal, and career objectives. This flexible program encourages students to build concentrations in one or more specific areas of study under the guidance of an academic advisor. Extended studies in areas related to specific employment opportunities, as well as concentrations that will complement prior learning, are encouraged. Requirements include the completion of at least 20 credits from one of the following: Management courses listed on page 14, Marketing courses listed on page 12, or International Business courses listed on page 16. In addition, business electives and free electives may be combined to complete more than one concentration.
BBA, General Business (Bachelor Degree)
General Business is a broad-based program of study especially suited for those students who want the opportunity to broaden their education within the context of their individual, personal, and career objectives. This flexible program encourages students to build concentrations in one or more specific areas of study under the guidance of an academic advisor. Extended studies in areas related to specific employment opportunities, as well as concentrations that will complement prior learning, are encouraged. Requirements include the completion of at least 20 credits from one of the following: Management courses listed on page 14, Marketing courses listed on page 12, or International Business courses listed on page 16. In addition, business electives and free electives may be combined to complete more than one concentration.
BBA, International Business (Bachelor Degree)
The International Business major is designed to provide students with the knowledge and understanding to deal effectively with the complexities of contemporary global business environments. The program combines the dynamics of multinational and multicultural business environments, competing in an interdependent world, and managing cultural diversity with creative problemsolving, team-building, presentation skills, strategic planning, and using computers to solve business problems.
BS, Justice Studies - Criminal Justice (Bachelor Degree)
Built on a solid base in business and technology, this program is designed to prepare you with the in-depth understanding and practical skills required for successful careers in criminal justice, security, and justice administration. With elective courses in specialized areas such as Terrorism, Cyber Crime, Global Security, and Intelligence, you will have the opportunity to analyze emerging issues in the field and focus your studies in a single area such as policing or security.

All Academic Programs
 
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