Zicklin Undergraduate Honors Program

The Zicklin Undergraduate Honors Program is the only honors program at Baruch College that is focused exclusively on business education.  Its mission is to help the best and brightest Zicklin students become polished professionals who can compete effectively in the job market and go on to become leaders in their fields. To this end, Zicklin Honors offers advanced interdisciplinary seminars, networking opportunities, and skill-building workshops.  We have partnered with Executives on Campus to provide each student with an executive mentor.

Zicklin Honors students—known as Zicklin Scholars—enjoy a small college experience within Baruch College. As part of a cohort of honors students who take small seminar classes, study in their own honors lounge, and network with distinguished executive guests, our Zicklin Scholars are able to make friendships that will last a lifetime. These friendships are evident in our growing network of Zicklin Honors alums who are succeeding in organizations ranging from Goldman Sachs, Deloitte, Accenture, and Greenhill to the New York Federal Reserve. The Program Director, Program Advisor, and mentors work closely with students to guide them in their personal and career development. We help our students to achieve their potential; to become successful professionals with the highest ethical standards. We welcome applications from all Zicklin students with a minimum GPA of 3.6 who desire to work hard, accomplish a lot, and participate actively in our program.

Alumni Spotlight

Student_HeadshortsCarmen-GuanCarmen Guan (Zicklin BBA, ’19) was set to pursue a career in architecture following her time in an engineering high school. She would have never expected that four years after her high school graduation that she would go on to gain experience in the fields of accounting, finance, and advisory. Since her freshman year at Baruch, Carmen has balanced full course loads and internships in JPMorgan, Alvarez and Marsal, Deloitte, Grant Thornton, and Daiwa. Carmen was also a scholar in the Zicklin Honors Program that introduced her to courses that challenged her way of thinking and honed her problem-solving skills. She was also able to gain perspective from the program’s distinguished professors and peers. Carmen looks forward to applying her enthusiasm and knowledge to the management consulting industry as a Strategy and Operations Business Analyst at Deloitte Consulting.

Contact

For further information, please contact us at Zicklin.Honors@baruch.cuny.edu or (646) 312-3080.

Apply Now The deadline for Spring 2020 admissions is Sunday, September 29, 2019.

Program Benefits:
Current Semester Activities
Curriculum

Zicklin Honors’ innovative curriculum is built around the general minor with honors in Advanced Business Analysis, a group of special interdisciplinary seminars designed to work in conjunction with the traditional discipline-based majors. Students are required to take four of these seminars and an honors section of BPL 5100H in order to meet the academic requirements of the Program.

Fall 2019
Spring 2020

The general minor with honors in Advanced Business Analysis consists of 15 credits as described in Option 1 or Option 2 below:

Option 1: (15 credits)
Option 2: (15 credits)