The Strategic Plan, Vision for the Future, 2010-2015, restructures Berkeley College into separate schools: The Larry L. Luing School of Business, The School of Professional Studies, and The School of Liberal Arts.
Dean: John Rapanos, DPS, CFP
The Larry L. Luing School of Business consists of four departments:
In addition to having advanced degrees in their fields, most members of the business faculty have served as corporate executives and consultants, or have owned their own companies. They bring valuable real-world experience to the classroom.
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Dean: Judith Kornberg, PhD
The School of Professional Studies offers degree programs in:
Courses are taught by faculty members with years of experience in their respective fields. Berkeley's Paralegal Studies program is approved by the American Bar Association. Students pursuing careers in Interior Design can choose from an Associate’s degree in Interior Design, a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design Management, or a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design. Berkeley College programs in Justice Studies - Criminal Justice provide students with a comprehensive foundation for careers in such areas as policing, corrections, probation, criminal justice administration, and corporate and private security. Students enrolled in the Health Services programs learn important business and technology skills required to succeed in this constantly evolving industry.
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Dean: Donald Kieffer, PhD
The School of Liberal Arts provides the required and elective courses that are integrated into the degree programs offered by The Larry L. Luing School of Business and The School of Professional Studies.
The mission of the School of Liberal Arts is not only to build applicable skills such as reading, thinking, and writing, but also to deepen students’ appreciation of cultural differences.
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