Long Island University Brooklyn

  • Established: 1926
  • Type: Private / University / Long Island University Brooklyn
  • Total Students: 11200

About Long Island University Brooklyn

Long Island University Brooklyn is a private university located in one of New York City’s five “boroughs,” or neighborhoods. Its location will play just as big of a role in your education as your coursework will. The University offers over 200 degrees, and is well known as a top 'Health School' for its Nursing and Pharmacy programs. Students have access to internships and student work opportunities in some of the world’s largest companies. Students of LIU Brooklyn can participate in LIU Global, the only program in the USA that allows students to live abroad for a year as part of their four year Bachelor’s degree. Along with the cultural experience of living in New York, this can be incredibly valuable to an international student. Guidance and mentorship from the faculty plays an important role at the University. The smaller-than-average class size means that you will receive more attention and help from your professors. In fact, the student to faculty ratio is 12:1; which means you will receive more of your teacher's time than at most other universities in the USA. LIU offers students a very high chance of success. Interns from LIU regularly receive positions with the world’s top companies in New York City. After graduation, 82% of LIU graduates find jobs within six months of completing their degrees.

At a Glance

  • Founded in 1926
  • International Students: 600+
  • Countries represented: 48+
  • Bachelor Degrees: 50+
  • Master’s/PHD Degrees: 50+
  • $100 million scholarships awarded each year
  • 12:1 student to faculty ratio
  • 250 academic programs
  • Among the Top 50 Schools in the Northeast for Salary Potential by Payscale.com
  • 21 Sports teams
  • #1 Best Schools for Health Professional Majors by Payscale.com

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Courses Offered

Accounting

Area of Study Business and Management
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Acting

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Artificial Intelligence

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Biochemistry

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Business Administration

Area of Study Business and Management
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Communication Disorders

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
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Communications

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Computer Science

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
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Education

Area of Study Education and Sports
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Adolescent Education

Area of Study Education and Sports
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Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
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Artificial Intelligence

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Audiology and Speech Pathology

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
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Business Administration

Area of Study Business and Management
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Counseling

Area of Study Education and Sports
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Health Administration

Area of Study Business and Management
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Nursing

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
Intake
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Pharmaceutical Sciences

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
Intake
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Physical Therapy

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
Intake
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Estimated Tution and Other Fees

Bachelor's Degree

Tution Fee
$37926
Accomodation & Other Fees
$15258
Total
$53184

Master's Degree

Tution Fee
$23382
Accomodation & Other Fees
$15258
Total
$38640

Requirements

Bachelor's Degree

Minimum GPA Total
2.5
Minimum level of Education
High School
Minimum TOEFL
75
Minimum IELTS
6.5

Master's Degree

Minimum GPA Total
0
Minimum level of Education
Bachelor's Degree
Minimum TOEFL
79
Minimum IELTS
6.5

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