Business

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Choice of Quality, Affordable Programs

Get your start in business at Brookdale! We offer programs leading to both transfer and career opportunities. Prepare for a career in financial management, marketing, human resources management, sales, operations management, or government.

The A.A. Business Administration program provides you with transfer opportunities to four-year colleges that offer Bachelor’s degrees in business or business education. Or prepare for entry-level employment in business or government through the A.A.S  Business Management  program.

Transferability & Dual Admissions

Make a smart start towards your bachelor’s degree. Brookdale maintains transfer agreements with four-year colleges. You will know that the courses you complete at Brookdale will apply to your bachelor’s.

If you graduate from the Brookdale Honors Program of the A.A. Business Administration, you are guaranteed admission to the Rutgers School of Business in New Brunswick. You must have a 3.5 GPA or higher and meet other requirements.

You can also take advantage of the Dual Admissions Programs with Georgian Court University and New Jersey City University.

Learn From Faculty with Real-World Experience

Brookdale’s faculty brings real-world experience to the classroom, providing insights into the realities of the work environment. Their experience spans healthcare, corporate finance and investments, banking, telecommunications, utilities, human resources, small business/entrepreneurship, government, real estate and management consulting.

Learn more about in-class learning experiences!

Melissa Stryker

 

Meet Melissa Stryker, your Learning Assistant for Business Management courses.

 

 

View the course syllabi.


Degrees & Certificates

Read about degrees and certificates you can earn

Faculty & Staff

Look here for a list of Business faculty and staff

Courses

Search our online catalog to see our list of Business courses

Business Student Club

Learn more about ALPFA

Honor Society

Find out about eligibility requirements

Advisory Committee

Industry and employer partnerships to ensure quality programs