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Fight fraud as a Graduate Student
The School of Business is committed to providing high quality business education to our students through its curriculum, its teaching, and its student support services.
All business faculty place a high emphasis on teaching effectiveness and student accessibility. Faculty are encouraged to experiment with a diversity of approaches in transmitting information and ensuring that the classroom is a participatory learning environment. Our faculty draw upon their experience and research to enrich student learning in our classrooms.
A curious mind, outstanding work ethic and networking prowess all contributed to the selection of Senior LeeAnn Williams (left) as a winner of the 2021 Purple Pump Award., presented by the Moxxie Mentoring Foundation, Inc.
Students meet with local executives and get an early lead on job opportunities during annual networking sessions that bring accounting firms, investment houses, insurance consultants, marketing agencies, banks and more to campus.
Getting real-world input into the coursework of the School of Business was key when corporate presidents, CEOs, executive directors and more spoke with faculty during the School of Business Faculty Planning Retreat.
"Highways to Your Future" shares career advice, expert opinion and real-world stories of success and failure from local business executives and members of the School of Business faculty.
Justice for Fraud Victims Project
Local cable and online broadcaster News 12 recently covered the work of SUNY Old Westbury's Justice for Fraud Victims project, where students of the M.S. in Forensic Accounting program are affecting change off-campus by rooting out fraud experienced by small business owners, families and more.