The business program at Brooklyn College was established in 1985 and was housed in the Department of Economics. In 2011, the School of Business was established with three separate departments: Accounting, Economics, and Finance and Business Management. In 2015, Finance and Business Management was split into two distinct departments. In the same year, the school was renamed the Murray Koppelman School of Business.
We prepare our diverse learning community for professional careers and active citizenship by providing a high-quality education based on a healthy respect for the intellectual traditions of Brooklyn College. Our priority is to offer a high return on the time and money students invest in their education. We strive to teach and instill in our students communication, quantitative and conceptual skills as well as the ethics, international focus and global mindsets demanded by business. Student learning is enhanced by the broad research and professional activities that faculty integrates into their teaching and the sense of community created through student-faculty interaction.
We aspire to be the business school of choice among our New York–area peer institutions and to be known for excellence within the larger community of business schools.
- Preparing students for success in a global business environment
- Ensuring that faculty and staff are highly qualified and committed to excellence
- Ensuring that internal systems and processes are efficient and effective
- Contributing to the economic, educational and societal advancement of Brooklyn
Service: to all stakeholders
Encouragement: to one another and others
Respect: for each other and all stakeholders
Valor: in defense of noble causes (e.g., freedom of expression)
Integrity: in research and creative endeavors
Commitment: to diversity and ethical practices
Excellence: in all that we do
The Murray Koppelman School of Business is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), a membership association of educational institutions, business, not-for-profit and government organizations devoted to the advancement of higher education in business. Membership does not imply accreditation.