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Undergraduate Programs

The School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences at the Brooklyn Campus of Long Island University offers small classes with personalized attention, a diverse student body, respected faculty, and opportunities for career advancement and personal enhancement through internships, club activities, and special lecture series. Our proximity to Wall Street and the business area of Downtown Brooklyn provides exciting employment opportunities and interaction with distinguished business leaders.

The Bachelor of Science Degree requires completing a program of study containing a minimum of 128 credits of work. Some undergraduate degrees can be obtained in the School's evening division. Undergraduate Degrees are offered in the following areas:

Degree Programs
Bachelor of Science in Accounting
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Bachelor of Science in Finance
Bachelor of Science in Management
Bachelor of Science in Marketing
Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Accounting
 
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The liberal arts element of the baccalaureate requirements, offered through Conolly College, comprises fully half of the total program and is intended to provide the broad foundation necessary for a truly professional education. Professional studies, after completion of the introductory professional core courses, are taken principally in the third and fourth years in the School and prepare the students for careers in Public and Managerial Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Management and Computer Science.

For those students who are unsure of their educational goals, the 60 credit Associate Degree program Associate in Applied Science Degree in Business Administration affords an opportunity to pursue a 2 year program of study for which a degree is awarded and which may be later extended into the baccalaureate degree. Minors are also available in General Business (for non-Business majors only), Accounting, Computer Science, Finance, Information Systems, Management, Marketing and Technology.