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Business Administration, B.S. – Management

Begin your career in a fast-paced and flexible industry by learning to assess and implement management practices for organizations doing business in the global marketplace.

What You’ll Learn

Through the Business Administration, B.S. with a Management concentration, you’ll learn hands-on how to impact an organization’s efficiency and profitability while receiving a firm foundation in liberal arts.

You’ll work with the latest technology in almost all of your classes, which you can put to work in the real world through internships and practicums with innovative companies in New York City and beyond. You’ll also solve specific problems for real companies through various competitions, including New York Tech’s Broadridge Challenge and the College Fed Challenge.

Upon completion of your B.S. degree, you’ll be able to:

  • Demonstrate competency and make decisions in all functional business disciplines.
  • Use technology as a decision support tool in business.
  • Conduct and utilize research to support business innovation.
  • Integrate functional disciplines together to effect sound policymaking and business planning.

You can also further tailor your degree to your career goals by taking specialized courses in compensation, benefits, talent management, and more.


  • AccuWeather
  • Altice USA
  • Amazon
  • Bank of America
  • Benjamin Moore & Co.
  • China Merchants Bank
  • Deloitte
  • Estee Lauder
  • H&M
  • MetLife
  • Northwell Health
  • Roslyn Savings Bank
  • SSC Construction Management Group
  • Univision Communications, Inc.

Debra Vogel (A.A.S. ’85)

President / Owner

Debra Vogel holds the No. 1 spot at Las Vegas- and New York-based Paradigm Management, which provides companies business development strategies and entrepreneurial startup planning.

Frank Baron (B.S. ’87)


Frank’s capstone project in operations management provided insights that led him to a successful career and his current role as EVP and Head of the Management Solutions Group at Zurich Insurance Group.

Maria Sastre (B.S. ’81, M.B.A. ’83)

President / COO

Maria took advantage of the M.B.A. program offered by her employer through New York Tech. Now she’s president and COO of Signature Flight Support, a private aviation company.


“Our academic programs aim to educate students on…globalization and the resulting increase in market diversity; opportunity for innovation that derives from these expanded opportunities; and the power of technology’s transformational effect on business within this environment.”

Jess Boronico, Ph.D.

Dean, School of Management

Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.

Top 15%






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The School of Management's Bachelor of Science programs are accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

How You’ll Succeed

Upon graduation, you’ll be ready to start your career in management or pursue graduate studies. You’ll have the skills to:

  • Evaluate the impact of globalization on a firm’s success and challenges.
  • Distinguish the role of human behavior in organizations, particularly in the context of managerial practices.
  • Analyze how new venture creation contributes to advancing management strategy.
  • Design a knowledge management plan that impacts on a firm’s performance.
  • Deploy the appropriate techniques for effective human resource management.

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The School of Management's Bachelor of Science programs are accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

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