Baruch College is a public graduate school in Manhattan, New York in the New York City Area. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 3,036 graduate students. The 29 graduate programs at CUNY Baruch College are all on-campus only and none are offered online. The most popular graduate school programs at CUNY Baruch College are Public Administration, Accounting, and Business. 79% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Graduate Schools within CUNY Baruch College
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Public Administration218 Students
Industrial and Organizational Psychology91 Students
Merchandising and Buying Operations71 Students
Financial Mathematics41 Students
Higher Education Administration41 Students
Mathematics and Statistics38 Students
CUNY Baruch College Graduate Reviews
I have the privilege of attending Baruch College to pursue my Master of Public Administration (MPA). As a current graduate student currently enrolled in their program, I have been exposed to a rigorous curriculum that provided me with a wealth of knowledge on socio-economic issues. The MPA program at Baruch College provides aspiring public servants with a variety of opportunities to increase their social mobility and become change agents. I gladly recommend their program to anyone who wants to make a difference in their communities.
For a school that is often proclaimed to be one of the best I found that being an atendee of Baruch was extremely dissapointing . The facility was largely faulty with boxed in classrooms , awful wi-fi and the complete nightmare that was the elevator service (especially when it came to the Lawrence and Eris building ). The Cafeteria doesn't really offer many high quality or affordable options. Plan on majoring in businuess? If not it's extremely difficult to find your niche academically and socially. Professors ranged from being well imtentioned and helpful to completely inadequate and at times even malicious. Though it markets itself as being multifaceted I found that there was a staggering abundance of uniform opinions with little chance for any outliers to be acknowledged. Though I admit that financially it's a reasonably priced school the experience left me feeling unsatisfied and empty overall.
As an MPA Graduate student, I appreciate the diversity of the student body. Classmates bring various personal experiences to class discussion. My professors have been intelligent, helpful, and want to help me succeed.