The School of Business and Management at The College at Brockport is proud to be accredited by AACSB International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business — since 2002. That puts us in the top 10 percent of business schools internationally. AACSB Accreditation is known, worldwide, as the longest-standing, most recognized form of specialized/professional accreditation an institution and its business programs can earn.
This is the standard of excellence our School has set for itself. It's the same standard of excellence we help our students achieve.
|Fall 2017 Enrollment|
|Graduate, MS Accounting||33|
The MS in Accounting is a specialized program for students pursing traditional careers in public accounting, management accounting and government. The fall 2017 class includes a diverse group of students from a wide range of private and public undergraduate institutions.
Retention and Graduation Outcomes
|2015-2016 Freshmen Retention|
|First-time full-time freshmen||1,144|
|Percent persisting within university after one year||82%|
|2016-2017 Degrees Conferred|
|BS Business Administration||116|
|BA International Business & Economics||20|
Student Success Outcomes
The College at Brockport is one of approximately 150 schools across the globe to have introduced a Bloomberg Financial Markets Lab on campus, allowing students to earn the Bloomberg Essentials Training Program and the Bloomberg Market Concepts certification that integrates classroom theory and real-world practice. Approximately 50-60 students, mostly finance majors, receive certification each academic year.
Based on responses from 2017 undergraduates, 81% report having achieved either employment in their chosen field, or admittance to graduate school at the time of graduation.
Our alumni are found at top employers including some of the most recognized accounting and financial services firms in the world, and regional employers in almost every industry including: AT&T, Cadaret Grant & Co., CGI Communications, Citi, The Bonadio Group, C.H. Robinson, Constellation Brands, Davie Kaplan, DeJoy, Knauf & Blood, LLP, Ernst & Young, ESL Federal Credit Union, Excellus BCBS, Fisher Investments, Genesee & Wyoming Inc., Ingram Micro, JPMorgan Chase, Key Bank, KPMG, LocalEdge Marketing, M&T Bank, Monro Muffler Brake, NYS Office of the Attorney General, Paychex, Inc., PwC, Morgan Stanley, Precision Optical Transceivers, Regional Transit Service, Sodexo, Soleo Communications, and Verdi Group, Inc.
As shown below, results from the first destination survey show that a year out, 96% of students from the School of Business and Management have ultimately accepted employment or chosen to continue their education in graduate school.
|Data/First Destination Survey 2015||Undergraduate Students|
|Accepted Employment by Graduation||13|
|Accepted Employment within 3 Months||26|
|Accepted Employment within 6 Months||12|
|Accepted Employment within a Year||7|
|Accepted Employment More Than a Year||2|
|Employed, Unknown Start Date||6|
|Total Already Employed at Graduation||6|
|Total Not Seeking Employment — Continuing Education||30|
|No Information Provided||171|
Data covers December and May graduates and are updated periodically to meet reporting requirements.
Students registered for credit bearing internships through the School of Business and Management continues to rise with a 20% increase seen in 2016-17. Employers hiring interns include: American Red Cross; Archer Communications; Attorney General's Office - Consumer Fraud Bureau; Bank of America; Buffalo Bills; Butler Till; C.H. Robinson; Canandaigua National Bank & Trust; Carestream Health, Inc; CGI Communications; Cintas; City of Rochester Department of Finance; Coca-Cola; Constellation Brands; Cooper Vision; Diamond Packaging; Dixon Schwabl; Eastman Kodak Company; Eric Mower & Associates; Excellus BlueCross BlueShield; Harris Corporation; HSBC; JP Morgan Chase; M & T Bank; Manning & Napier; Merrill Lynch; Paychex, Inc.; Roberts Communication; Rochester Business Journal; Rochester Regional Health; Unity Health System; Wegmans; and Xerox.
The School of Business and Management alumni network is comprised of more than 10,000 individuals who positively impact their regions and communities. More than 7,100 alumni reside in New York state and approximately 4,000 live and work in the greater Rochester region.
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