Baruch offers 23 undergraduate majors and 30 graduate-level specializations through our three acclaimed schools. Our schools and programs are consistently ranked highly by The Princeton Review, U.S. News and World Report, Newsweek, and others. The "smart" classrooms in our award-winning Newman Vertical Campus equip faculty and students with state-of-the-art technology and the Newman Library was named the top college library in the nation.
Baruch offers undergraduate and graduate programs through its Zicklin School of Business, the only CUNY school that offers business programs accredited by the AACSB, representing the highest standard of achievement for business schools world-wide; the Mildred and George Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, which offers a full range of traditional liberal arts disciplines; and the School of Public Affairs, which is widely recognized in the areas of municipal government, nonprofit and educational administration, and policy analysis and evaluation. We also offer nondegree and certificate programs through our Division of Continuing and Professional Studies.
Baruch is home to centers and institutes that support education and research in business, finance, the global economy, public policy, social equity, real estate and metropolitan development. Baruch College has introduced new interdisciplinary minors such as 'Information Technology and Social Responsibility' and 'Law and Policy.' There are also minors in New York City studies that are enriched by visits to the Museum of Natural History, the Rose Planetarium, and the Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
Baruch College is within easy reach of Wall Street, Midtown, and the global headquarters of major companies and firms, and gives students unparalleled internship, career, and networking opportunities. Some of the city’s top executives are Baruch alumni, and many of them regularly come to campus to share their expertise with current students. Baruch College’s 15,500 students, who speak 110 languages and come from 160 countries, have been repeatedly named the most ethnically diverse student body in the United States.