Zicklin School of Business
|Baruch College (CUNY)|
|Dean||Dr. H. Fenwick Huss|
|Location||New York City, New York, USA|
The Zicklin School of Business (commonly known as Zicklin) is Baruch College's business school. It was established in 1919 and is named after financier and alumnus Lawrence Zicklin. The current dean is H. Fenwick Huss, formerly dean of the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. Zicklin is the only unit of the City University of New York that is accredited by the Association to Advance College Schools of Business (AACSB).
In 1919, the City College of New York established a School of Business and Civic Administration, offering its first MBA program one year later. The school was renamed in 1953 in honor of Bernard M. Baruch, noted statesman and financier, who was instrumental in the school's formation. In 1968, after the addition of arts and sciences departments and degree programs, Baruch became a senior college within the CUNY system.
In 1998, Baruch's business school was renamed the Zicklin School of Business, in recognition of an $18 million donation by Lawrence and Carol Zicklin. Zicklin was formerly the managing partner of investment management firm Neuberger Berman.
The BBA program offers majors in Accountancy, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Finance, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, International Business, Management, Marketing Management, Real Estate, and Statistics and Quantitative Modeling.
Centers and Institutes
Zicklin also has a number of specialized or cross-disciplinary centers and institutes, including:
- Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship, which draws together faculty, students, advisors, alumni and volunteers to support start-ups and established businesses and the college’s constituents.
- Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, which provides applied research, continuing education and conferences to the real estate industry.
- Wasserman Trading Floor/Subotnick Financial Services Center, which includes a functional trading floor with 55 professional workstations, providing experiential learning opportunities.
- Weissman Center for International Business, which supports international opportunities for students, including international internships, study abroad programs, and seminars with international executives.
- Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity, which provides a forum for discussion of issues related to business ethics, including: transparency of corporate reporting, corporate governance, legal and ethical corporate behavior, executive accountability, corporate responsibility in global business development, risk assessment and amelioration, conflicting corporate stakeholder interests, and the role of governmental regulation.
See also: Baruch College Rankings
- Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine ranked Zicklin #6 in 2015 among colleges nationally for its undergraduate entrepreneurship program, and #9 for the graduate school program.
- U.S. News & World Report, in its 2016 ranking of "best business schools," listed Zicklin as #85 nationally, making it the #2 public business school in New York, behind SUNY Buffalo.
- In 2015, Forbes ranked MBA programs for "best return on investment," and Zicklin ranked #55 nationally.
- Crain's New York Business included Zicklin in 2014 on its list of "top 25 MBA programs in the New York Area."
- List of United States business school rankings
- List of business schools in the United States
- Weissman School of Arts and Sciences
- "The Best Undergrad Programs for Entrepreneurship 2016" Entrepreneur magazine, retrieved November 17, 2015
- The Best Graduate Programs for Entrepreneurship 2016 Entrepreneur magazine, retrieved November 17, 2015
- "Best Graduate Business Schools" U.S. News & World Report, retrieved April 6, 2016
- "The Best Business Schools" Forbes, retrieved November 17, 2015
- "MBA Programs Crain's New York Business, retrieved November 17, 2015
- Official website
- The Sustainable Business Club, Baruch's Net Impact Chapter
- Sustainable Business Major at Zicklin School of Business
- Finance and Economics Society - Bernard M. Baruch College