Berkeley College

New Jersey - United States


Since 1931, Berkeley College has specialized in preparing students for professional and personal success. Proven, career-focused programs are offered in a diverse range of areas, and the College is widely recognized for providing students with a competitive edge and the skills sought by employers. This innovative combination of benefits is known as The Berkeley Advantage®.

Today, more than 8,000 students study at locations in New York and New Jersey, plus Berkeley College Online®. Of those, more than 900 are international students representing nearly 100 countries. Berkeley's New York City-based facilities, located in the heart of Midtown as well as Brooklyn; a third New York location in the heart of the business district in White Plains; plus New Jersey locations in Clifton, Dover, Newark, Paramus, Woodbridge, and Woodland Park provide access to all that the New York/New Jersey metro area has to offer.

Combining intense classroom instruction with practical hands-on learning, degree programs are carefully developed and regularly updated to ensure marketplace relevancy. Instructors are chosen for excellent academic credentials, professional experience, and a dedication to delivering close, personal attention to students.

All degree programs require faculty-monitored internships or job-related assignments as part of the curriculum, allowing students to apply what they've learned in real-world situations and giving them valuable experience for beginning a career. Programs and courses are divided into four main areas:

The Larry L. Luing School of Business accounts for the majority of the programs of study. Rigorous academic programs; a well-qualified, supportive faculty; and a wealth of student services and resources work together to help graduates meet the challenges they will face in today's rapidly changing global business environment.

The School of Health Studies was created to provide outstanding career-focused education in some of today’s most in-demand healthcare professions—in clinical specializations, as well as healthcare administration and management. Degree and certificate programs have been carefully developed to meet the needs of this important field.

The School of Professional Studies prepares students for success in careers requiring specialized training. Courses give students the in-depth knowledge and latest skills required to excel as professionals in criminal justice, interior design, legal studies, and graphic design.

The School of Liberal Arts helps expand students' knowledge and broaden their awareness of the world around them. Courses in humanities, mathematics/science, social sciences, English, and foreign languages add value to the specialized, career-focused training.

By bringing together rigorous academic programs with practical, on-the-job experience, Berkeley College has been changing lives for more than 80 years. Preparing students to enter the professional workplace and enabling others to change or advance their careers has made a difference in thousands of lives...and in the communities where they live and work.


Larry L. Luing School of Business


Business Administration

Fashion Merchandising and Management

Financial Services

General Business

Information Technology Management

International Business


Marketing Communications

School of Health Studies

Health Services

School of Professional Studies

Graphic Design

Interior Design

Justice Studies - Criminal Justice

Legal Studies

English Requirements

Berkeley College’s Language Test

TOEFL - score of 500 PBT, 61 IBT

IELTS - score of 5.5 or higher

Michigan Test - score of 78 or better

APIEL - grade 3 or higher

English for Sweden - grade VG

English for Norway - level 4

TOEIC - score 800 or better

University of Cambridge - British Council - with a grade no lower than C

STEP - score 2A or better

iTEP - score of 5 or higher

Pearson's A - score of 43 or higher


Scholarships are available based on merit.

Tution Fee


Full-Time Students (12-16 credits)


Full-Time Students (in excess of 16 credits)

$7,700 + $525 per additional credit

Part-Time Students (1-11 credits)

$525 per credit


Quarterly technology

$150 per quarter

Online course resource

$75 per course

Quarterly administrative
• 9 or more credits
• 8 or fewer credits

$250 per quarter
$125 per quarter


$100 upon graduation

Late registration

$50 per instance

Late scheduling (online only)

$100 per instance