Merkaz Bnos-Business School is in a large city, in Brooklyn, NY. The school has a Jewish religious affiliation. Merkaz Bnos-Business School is classified as a private, not-for-profit college. Students at the school earn degrees up to the Associate's degree.
The most common major fields study at Merkaz Bnos-Business School include computer science and engineering.
The school does not admit all applicants.
Merkaz Bnos-Business School, in 2007-2008, had 145 students (187 full-time equivalent). A larger than average share of the students at the school are minorities. Adults changing careers are relatively common at Merkaz Bnos-Business School.
The school reports its educational mission is:
"Merkaz Bnos firmly believes that every individual was created by G-d to contribute to this world in a meaningful fashion through the maximum utilization of his/her particular abilities and talents. Therefore, our school has been designed to foster within each student a sense of self-esteem and a desire to make a positive change in society at large. We challenge our students to achieve their utmost and inculcate them with the knowledge and skills that fully actualize their potential, developing their respect for productivity and love for lifelong learning.At our vocational school we believe that, in order to achieve utmost self-actualization and self-sufficiency, an individual must have the training that will lead to meaningful and constructive employment. We teach adult students the skills necessary to utilize their talents and become gainfully employed. Students are encouraged to develop a sense of social responsibility and become active participants in our global community, thereby making a positive difference in society.In a supportive and caring learning environment, Merkas Bnos students learn to be proud of their capabilities, responsible citizens, and ready, willing and able to become meaningful contributors to their communities."
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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