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Berkeley College-Woodland Park: Academics, Admissions & Tuition

Berkeley College is a private, for-profit college that specializes in business. The college has seven locations in New York and New Jersey.

Information About Berkeley College

Berkeley College, founded in 1931, specializes in career-oriented degree programs in business, management, marketing, health services and interior design. The school has over 8,000 students, with 68% enrolled in bachelor's degree programs. The college has an international student population that represents over 100 countries.

The most popular programs at Berkeley are management, fashion marketing and management, criminal justice, and accounting. Students can earn certificates and Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees.

Degree Programs at Berkeley College

Accounting

Associate of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees are awarded in accounting. Students learn accounting theory and practice, with an emphasis on business administration. Internships allow students to practice what they have learned in the workplace.

Business Administration

The program awards Bachelor of Science degrees. Coursework in the business administration program includes presentation skills, creative problem-solving, team-building, cross-cultural communication, cultural diversity, forecasting and strategic planning. The program focuses on the Internet and computer applications that are widely used today. Students complete an internship to practice learned skills.

Fashion Marketing and Management

Successful completion of the fashion marketing and management program culminates in Associate of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Business Administration degrees. Students learn about consumer and buyer trends, analyze the market base and evaluate production needs as related to the retail and wholesale side of the fashion industry. An internship allows the student to work in a fashion-related setting.

Financial Services

The financial services program awards an Associate of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Students learn to assess, evaluate and develop a financial plan for clients. Students learn about investment and securities management as well as the use of industry-standard software. An internship is required.

General Business

Students in the general business program learn to navigate through a competitive business marketplace. Internships allow the student to experience how to work in a competitive marketplace. A Bachelor in Business Administration degree is awarded upon successful completion of the program.

Health Services Management

Associate of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees can be earned through Berkeley College's School Of Professional Studies. The program emphasizes the ways in which technology is used to collect, process and use health information. Students complete an internship in an appropriate healthcare environment.

Interior Design Management

This program emphasizes business fundamentals as they relate to interior design. Students learn about how interior design affects people and the environment. The program confers the Associate of Applied Science and Bachelor of Science degrees.

Information Systems Management

Coursework in this program covers electronic communication, online data services, Internet, Web design and software management. The program focuses on hands-on training in professional software. An internship allows students to test learned knowledge in the workplace. The program confers an Associate in Applied Science or a Bachelor in Business Administration degree.

International Business

The international business program awards Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Science, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees. Students learn about cultural and environmental interpretations of international business, global business practices, international trade, marketing and management.

Justice Studies - Criminal Justice

Students learn about crime, forensic science, the role of police and criminal law. Students are introduced to the technology and software that is used in law enforcement. Specialized courses in terrorism, cyber-crime, global security and intelligence are offered. The program awards Associate of Applied Science and Bachelor of Science degrees.

Management

The management program teaches students to effectively work in the management of a modern organization. Berkeley offers degrees in management in five concentrations, including management, nonprofit, environmental, human resources and entrepreneurship. The management program awards Associate of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees. The other four concentrations award Bachelor of Science degrees.

Marketing

The marketing program gives students a broad background in business administration. Students learn to implement, analyze, control and plan a product's presentation to a targeted group of buyers. Market research, advertising, and promotion are explored.

Paralegal Studies

Students can earn Associate of Applied Science degrees in Paralegal studies through this program. The program focuses on communication skills, technical learning and general knowledge. Graduates can sit for the National Federation of Paralegal Associations and National Association of Legal Assistants exams.

Contact Information

  • Address: 3 East 43 St, New York, NY 10017
  • Phone Number: (212) 986-4343

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