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This is where future business and civic leaders learn to make a positive difference in industry and society. Your education begins with world-class faculty who are committed to teaching and research, in a location that offers you direct access to the world capital of finance and marketing, alongside a supportive network of high-achieving alumni and corporate and organizational partners.
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The Koppelman Experience is our commitment to continuous improvement: to greater engagement with our stakeholders, to innovation across all our programs, and impact on the world at large. And as a business student at Brooklyn College, you’ll be a vital part of the success of this exceptional business education.
You’ll be a part of a vast network of connected entities, through outreach in our local community, partnerships with corporations, and collaborations with other institutions of higher education.
We bring a creative approach to business, through experimentation with ideas and sheer determination to bring our innovative discoveries to life.
You’ll have a broader perspective in the classroom through high-quality and meaningful research, preparing you for success as a business professional as you contribute to the betterment of society.
An important and vital part of the Koppelman School of Business is our highly qualified faculty. Select a bio below or learn about those recognized over the years for their achievements.
Seungho Baek joined Brooklyn College in fall 2015 as an assistant professor. Prior to joining Bro...
Laura Schrier Rifkin’s research centers around consumer behavior. Specific interests includ...
Dov Fischer, Ph.D., CPA is associate professor of accounting at the Koppelman School of Business ...
Dr. Pham is originally from Vietnam. She has been studying and working in several countries (e.g....
Dr. Moonsoo Kang joined Brooklyn College in fall 2018. Prior to joining Brooklyn College, Dr. Kan...
Ph. D. Temple University, Dissertation title: Does the Transitory Component of Earnings Play an I...
Fujiao Xie, Ph. D. is an Assistant Professor of Accounting in the Murray Koppelman School of Busi...
Dr. Tinkelman is Marshall G. Kaplan Associate Chair in Municipal Government Accounting. He became...
There’s no limit to how far you can go.
The activities supported by these entities are designed to have an impact on our stakeholders and provide our students with real-world experience.
M.D. Sass Investment Institute (MDSII)
Herbert Kurz Business Consortium
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Center (VITA)
Executive in Residence
While you’re here to focus on your education, we’ll be here to ensure that you have everything you need to achieve your academic, professional, and life goals. With a vast array of offerings, including career services, financial aid, guidance and counseling, and health and wellness, you’ll find a campus full of people and resources to support you every step of the way.
Through job fairs, the internship database, and internship panels, the Magner Career Center gives Koppelman School of Business students access to career opportunities at a wide variety of employers, including:
Gasnel Jacques had an idea that would get people back to the movies after the social isolation of the pandemic. At Brooklyn College he decided to put it to the test.
Longtime donor, supporter, and business leader takes over for Evan Silverstein ’76.
Undergraduate Student Government President Carrie Ebbin works tirelessly to empower students.
Our campus is built with all the resources you’ll need to succeed in your business education.
To help you find your way.
To help you dig deeper.
To help you discover more.
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