Zarb School of Business

Management and Entrepreneurship

Our programs in the Management and Entrepreneurship Department at the Frank G. Zarb School of Business prepare you for leadership roles in businesses of all sizes and stages, in a global environment.

Whether you pursue a career in human resources, operations, organizational behavior, supply chain management, or seek to start your own company, we will prepare you to lead strategically. Gain expertise in Entrepreneurship, Management, or Supply Chain Management from our accomplished faculty who have experience working in business and publish research in industry journals.

Take your management and entrepreneurship degree and pursue a role in any industry or area of business such as:

  • Communications
  • Consulting
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Healthcare/Pharmaceuticals/Biotechnology
  • Hospitality
  • Human Resources
  • Management Information
  • Operations
  • Professional services
  • Procurement
  • Retail/consumer packaged goods
  • Sports and Recreation
  • Technology/science
  • Transportation

Develop your managerial competencies and gain work experience through internships at organizations on Long Island and in New York City. Our students intern at for-profit and nonprofits such as Geico, Leviton Manufacturing, Lifetime Brands, Macy’s, New York Jets, New York Cosmos, Pfizer Inc., UBS Financial Services, and Young & Rubicam.

Faculty Feature

Zarb’s Dr. Motro Publishes Research in MIT Sloan Management Review
 

Get Involved

Gain hands-on experience and get to know other Zarb students through one of our student organizations.

Degree Programs

Explore our undergraduate, dual-degree, certificate, and graduate programs.

Undergraduate and Dual-Degrees

Earn your Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Entrepreneurship, Management, or Supply Chain Management. And in just five years, earn your bachelor’s degree and your master’s degree or MBA with our dual-degree programs.

Undergraduate Minors

Graduate Degrees

Center for Entrepreneurship

Equipping students with tools to become successful entrepreneurs.

 

Contact Us

CHAIR

Kaushik Sengupta, PhD
Business School Building
Room 323

Phone
516-463-4868

Email
kaushik.sengupta@hofstra.edu

SENIOR EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

Geraldine Woods
Business School Building
Room 365

Phone
516-463-4868

Fax
516-463-4834

Email
geraldine.s.woods@hofstra.edu

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