At the Norm Brodsky College of Business, we don’t just give students a solid foundation, we immerse you in theory and practice, so you’ll build useful skills for the career you choose. With a committed faculty and high visibility in the corporate community, we prepare students for success both while you’re at Rider and long after you graduate.
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By the Numbers
Did we mention we have dual business and accounting accreditation from the AACSB International, like only 2% of programs worldwide? Here are some more stats that make us proud.
of business faculty hold the highest degree in their fields
years of excellence in graduate business education
million in recent renovations, including a data analytics lab
gift from distinguished alumnus Norm Brodsky ‘64 and his wife and business partner, Elaine
A Name to Match our Mission
In 2019, Rider’s College of Business Administration was named for Norm Brodsky ’64 after a multimillion-dollar investment from him and his wife and business partner, Elaine. As an entrepreneur, lawyer and accountant with eight successful businesses under his belt—and, of course, a Bronc—Norm represents everything our students strive to be. Read More
Our faculty are true experts in their fields. Each contributing to their academic disciplines through scholarship and research, work in industry and leadership in their professions. But, most importantly, they actively collaborate with students in and outside of the classroom to help transform their leadership potential into career success.
Business in Action
Want to develop and execute a business plan with actual start-up funds while still a freshman? As part of the Norm Brodsky College of Business' “Introduction to Business” class, you’ll get real-world experience with a team of like-minded students. That’s just the start to all the experiential programs and opportunities that await you.
"Rider University showed me things that I did want, and offered me so many opportunities to start to change my destiny and pursue new interests."
— RahQuan King-Stubbs '19, accounting (B.S.B.A.)
Audit Associate in Financial Services, KPMG