Bloomberg Certification

Bloomberg Certification, also known as Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC), is an e-learning course that provides an introduction to the context of financial markets and practices using Bloomberg terminal.

The program allows students to demonstrate they have the ability to use Bloomberg terminals to download financial information and analyze companies. Students who can demonstrate they have completed the BMC modules are ahead of the game when applying for entry-level financial services positions.

It takes around 8 hours to complete the required modules (i.e., Economics, Currencies, Fixed Income, Equities) and you will earn the certification at the completion of the course.

To enroll in the BMC, please navigate to and sign up using your New York Tech email address. The course is self-paced and you have one year to complete the BMC and earn the certification.

Bloomberg terminals at New York Tech are located on the New York City campus at 26 W. 61st St., room 503, and on the Long Island campus in Harry Schure Hall, 2nd-floor Academic Learning Center. The Center for Risk Management, under the leadership of Joshua E. Bienstock, L.L.M., J.D., associate professor of management, oversees the use of these Bloomberg terminals. For access and information, please contact Joshua Bienstock at

For more information from Bloomberg, visit Please contact Bloomberg for Education directly with issues related to BMC program, your personal user login and password. Bloomberg Support can be reached through, or by calling at 212.318.2000.