About Zarb

Educating for Personal and Professional Achievement”

Hofstra University’s Frank G. Zarb School of Business is a dynamic educational community located just 25 miles from New York City, the world’s business capital, and home to one of the top business programs in the nation. We are among only 10 percent of business schools to earn accreditation in both business and accounting from AACSB International, a rigorous certification that attests to how well the Zarb School prepares its graduates for today’s global business environment.

Our students have won awards in national competitions and have successfully launched their own businesses before graduation. The Martin B. Greenberg Trading Room, equipped with 34 Bloomberg terminals, is among the largest and most technologically advanced academic facilities in the nation, where students access the same data and analytics used by financial professionals. Students have access to a wealth of experiential learning opportunities that allow them to strengthen their leadership skills and gain the real world perspective. Active involvement in the more than 20 undergraduate organizations and numerous community partnership projects will enhance leadership skills.

Conferences and speaker series featuring  corporate executives and government leaders explore important themes facing global industries. Our network of successful alumni, coupled with a dedicated career services team, provide invaluable connections leading to prestigious internships and full-time positions. Small classes taught by faculty dedicated to teaching and scholarship provide a supportive learning environment with close student-teacher interaction.

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