Admissions & Aid
As a business management major, you may choose from five minors, including small business management and urban entrepreneurship. You will learn about starting and financing a small business, small business marketing and advertising, financial and cash management, and using the web as a profitable business tool.
Declaring a minor allows you to explore other areas of interest and make interdisciplinary connections, and minors complement your study of business management. By declaring a minor, you can set yourself apart as a candidate for job opportunities such as owner/founder of a business, CEO, director of operations, managing director, or technical director.
The program information listed here reflects the approved curriculum for the 2023-2024 academic year per the Brooklyn College Bulletin. Bulletins from past academic years can be found here.
All of the following: Accounting 2001; Business 3240 or 3200; Business 3100; Business 3230; Business 3150; [Business 3310] or Finance 3310.
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Friday: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Brooklyn College is an integral part of the cultural and artistic energy of New York City. Our faculty members in Business Management offer incomparable expertise and tremendous talent, and each brings a unique perspective to their teaching and mentoring in and out of the classroom.
Laura Schrier Rifkin’s research centers around consumer behavior. Specific interests includ...
Holly Chiu is an associate professor in the Department of Business Management. Prior to academia,...
Howard Davidoff has been teaching at Brooklyn College since 1986. He has lectured extensively on ...
Mitchell Langbert is associate professor of business at the Brooklyn College Koppelman School of ...
Veronica Manlow is Associate Prof. of Business Management in the Murray Koppelman School of Busin...