School and Unit Strategic Plans
The Baruch College Strategic Plan: 2018-23 serves as a roadmap for the strategic planning process throughout the institution.
Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs
The Marxe School builds its work on the belief that private and public sectors, civic groups, and governments can work together to identify and address common challenges in ways that build a stronger city, state, and nation. Marxe’s strategic plan envisions a process of continuous curricular evaluation and improvement to maintain its position at the forefront of public affairs education. By elevating its accomplishments of outstanding faculty, students, alumni, it is better able to build several effective partnerships.
George and Mildred Weissman School of Arts and Sciences
The Weissman School’s plan emphasizes the advantages of studying the liberal arts in small classes with excellent faculty at a campus in the heart of Manhattan. Weissman aims to flourish as a liberal arts school within Baruch, while reaffirming its commitment to educating students from the Zicklin School of Business and the Marxe School of Public Affairs.
Zicklin School of Business
The Zicklin School aspires to be a leading business school that is internationally recognized for contributory research and accessible innovative programs. Changing business technology and data analysis, trends in business education, and New York’s complex environment currently provide a promising arena for Zicklin’s success.
Global Strategic Plan
As one of the most diverse campuses in the U.S., located in one of the most international cities in the world, Baruch’s focus has always been global. The College’s inaugural Global Strategic Plan seeks to build on these unique assets by promoting globally focused and culturally sensitive coursework, special events, study opportunities, and institutional partnerships.