High School Students

Get the Competitive Edge

Berkeley College educates students for successful business careers. Our programs are designed to give you the competitive edge with faculty-monitored internships, practicums, or job-related assignments, flexible scheduling, and a supportive faculty chosen for academic excellence.

Flexible Program Options

A variety of academic programs offer you a myriad of choices for study. Many courses and even entire programs are offered online. In addition, you can take courses during the daytime, in the evening, on weekends, and either part-time or full-time.

Every course of study includes a faculty-monitored internship, practicum, or job-related assignment to provide you with hands-on training. You will gain valuable work experience while you are in school. Career Services counselors will also work with you to help you prepare for employment interviews and to help you find a job in your field.

At Berkeley College, our business administration courses are broad enough to enable graduates to enter a variety of business careers. Our liberal arts courses will help expand your mind and enhance your skills.

Life at Berkeley

While studies come first at Berkeley College, you'll also have the opportunity to engage in a variety of extracurricular activities. From parties, student clubs, sports teams, and dances, to trips to New York City plays, museums, and Wall Street, Berkeley strives to offer a vibrant campus life that appeals to the interests of every student.

Our numerous campuses in the New York and New Jersey metro area provide quick access to the social, educational, and cultural resources that New York City has to offer. Housing is available at our White Plains campus in White Plains, NY. During your free time, you can enjoy nearby movie theaters, restaurants, and other entertainment facilities.



degrees and certificates were awarded to the Class of 2016


games won by the men’s basketball team during its championship 2015-2016 season, the longest winning steak by any team in College history