With nearly 100 undergraduate degree programs, you will find a course of study that fits your interests, talents, and goals in LIU Brooklyn. You will learn from faculty and mentors that are experts in fields ranging from athletic training to urban studies, pharmacy, art therapy, journalism, and so much more.

The LIU difference goes far beyond the classroom. From a vibrant campus life including dozens of clubs and organizations and active Greek life, championship NCAA Division I Blackbirds athletics teams, one-of-a-kind student-run businesses, and your personal LIU Promise Coach that will be there to assist you from enrollment to graduation and every step of the way.


Brooklyn is one of the hottest neighborhoods in New York City, and LIU Brooklyn is right in the heart of it all—located steps away from the Barclays Center and the hip restaurants, cafés, and boutiques of Fort Greene. Our beautifully landscaped 11-acre campus—ranked the third-safest in the nation and the safest in New York City by The Daily Beast—offers easy access to the rich professional opportunities and resources of Manhattan. Our students have intern at top companies—from Marvel Comics to The New York Stock Exchange to NBC Universal.

International students

Participate in LIU’s English Language Institute, a program for non-native English speakers that helps you meet university requirements, and develop your skills in conversation, reading, writing, and grammar. LIU provides free tutoring in all areas of study, and ongoing English language support after you complete the program.

Academic Programs

LIU Brooklyn offers more than 200 undergraduate and graduate degrees, doctoral programs, advanced certificates, and continuing education programs.

LIU Brooklyn is ranked among the Top 50 Schools in the Northeast for Salary Potential by PayScale.com.

LIU Brooklyn gives you the opportunity to learn from some of the nation’s leading experts. Our professors publish groundbreaking findings and share their insights with major media outlets, but their top priority is to develop the potential they see in you. Professors will be mentors; and they are very approachable.

Other resources available and things you should know about LIU Brookyln’s academic support:

  • Nationally recognized honors program
  • Tutoring and support services
  • Extensive course availability
  • Flexible class schedules
  • Learning communities
  • Student mentor program
  • Chapters of national honor societies

60+ clubs and organizations

You’ll find active academic, social, cultural, religious, media, and honor groups meeting throughout the campus.

Work opportunities

There are co-op, internship, and fieldwork opportunities for students. Additionally, LIU’s experiential programs include student-run businesses, high-tech incubators, and academic programs focused on innovation and entrepreneuralism.


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