Mission of the School
The mission of the School of Business is to create a learning environment that provides access, choice, and a quality business education to a diverse student population in preparation for challenging positions in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.
About the School
The roles of professionals within today's business community
- no matter the field of endeavor -- have been drastically altered by the
rapidly changing and increasingly complex business environment of today. The
of new technologies and the demanding pace of American business call for
accountants, bankers, investment managers, information professionals and marketers
provide added value.
Through its undergraduate and graduate degree programs, the School of Business
at SUNY College at Old Westbury seeks to answer that call.
The standards, curriculum and programs of the School of Business are offered
in line with the standards of the AACSB International, the Association to Advance
Collegiate Schools of Business to which Old Westbury is in the candidacy stage for accreditation.
A wide choice of courses prepares
you for the complexities of modern business practices, from accounting to finances,
As the SUNY business school on Long Island, Old Westbury prepares tomorrow's
business professionals to advance in or begin a wide range of careers through
the expertise of its faculty and innovation of its curriculum.
Admission to the School of Business
Because of its selective nature, the School of Business currently educates
only 800 students through its programs, ensuring small classes and face-to-face
interaction with members of its distinguished faculty. Those faculty members
are up-to-date on modern business conditions and practices. They are expert
communicators in the classroom and encouraging mentors away from the class.
Admissions processes for entry
into SUNY College at Old Westbury
and its more than 40 degree programs
is conducted through the Office
of Enrollment Services. Admission
to any of the academic departments
within the School of Business
is an additional process students
may seek after being admitted
to the College. Students may seek
admission to the School of Business
after having completed at least
32 undergraduate credits. As of Fall 2011, the GPA required for entry into the B.S. in Accounting program was increased to 3.00.
School of Business Administration
Building: New Academic Building, Room: 1104
Director, Graduate Programs
Building: New Academic Building, Room: 1055
Phone: (516) 876-3900
Building: New Academic Building, Room: 1059
Phone: (516) 876-3309
Building: New Academic Building, Room: 1065