Our college mission talks about empowering “students to achieve lifelong success in dynamic careers.” The Larry L. Luing School of Business takes this mission seriously. Our programs, faculty, and all of our student services work together to ensure that our graduates are well prepared to meet the challenges they will face in a global business environment. As an institution, we are committed to teaching and learning.
The Larry L. Luing School of Business offers a wide range of programs to meet the needs of students interested in a business career. We offer programs in Management, Finance and Accounting, Marketing Communications, and Fashion Marketing and Management. For more detailed information on any of our degree programs, please click here.
Two characteristics that distinguish our business programs are the outstanding faculty and the required internship experience or job-related assignment as part of Berkeley's comprehensive career preparation.
The business faculty members not only have advanced degrees in the field in which they teach, but they also bring years of practical experience into the classroom. Some of our faculty members have been corporate executives, consultants, or have owned and operated their own businesses. The Berkeley curriculum takes full advantage of that real-world experience.
Students also acquire practical knowledge through faculty-supervised internships or job-related assignments. Our trained and experienced career counselors work with students to facilitate internship placement. Students in an internship assignment are also required to complete a capstone course which bridges this practical experience to the concepts they have learned in the classroom.
We are very proud of our graduates, and it inspires us to see them achieve their career goals. If you are looking for a career in business and a college that focuses on your success, Berkeley College’s Larry L. Luing School of Business may be right for you.
If I can be of any assistance, please feel free to contact me.
Dr. Wolfgang Hinck
Dean, Larry L. Luing School of Business