Mission Statement

To provide students with the opportunity to receive a high quality education for the career best suited to their abilities, interests, and ambitions in an educational environment characterized by high expectations and staffed by professionals who are knowledgeable, compassionate, creative, supportive, and effective. As a result, we can provide the best training that enables our students to enter or enhance their careers in the shortest amount of time without sacrificing the quality and depth of the training experience.

History and Philosophy

Hunter Business School was founded in 1972 for the purpose of providing quality career training through intensive and innovative programs. The original mission was expanded
in 1999 to include a change of ownership and new programs in medical assisting and computer technology. In keeping with this mission, we have added sonography (ultrasound) and practical nursing, programs to complement Hunter Business School’s existing offerings. Hunter Business School’s mission is viewed as a living, organic expression of potential growth, but still at root remains essentially the same.

Top 10 Reasons to Choose Hunter

1.  Relevant and Innovative Programs

Our professional, career-focused programs, developed with industry input and adapted to the 21st century workplace, will provide students with the skills and abilities they need in the health care, business, and technical professions.

2. Accreditation

Hunter Business School is an educational institution accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). The Medical Assistant and Ultrasound programs have been additionally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Programs (CAAHEP).

3. Practical, Hands-on Training

Students receive valuable and practical training in the school’s well equipped skills labs. Medical Assistant, Nursing, and Ultrasound students are exposed to supervised, real-world working experience during clinical rotations.

4. Small Classes

Hunter Business School’s small classes mean a high faculty-to-student ratio that provides more one-on-one time for each student.

5. Financial Aid for Those Who Qualify

If paying for school is a concern, Hunter Business School’s Financial Aid counselors will meet with students one-on-one to review all their options.

6. Instructors Experienced in the Fields They Teach

Committed faculty, with years of work experience in the fields students are looking to enter, bring their professional knowledge and skills into the classroom.

7. Flexible Class Schedules

Since many students may hold day jobs, Hunter Business School also offers a full schedule of classes taught in the evening to allow them to work or continue a professional career while pursuing an education and making it possible for them to achieve their goals on their own terms.

8. Career Placement Services

Hunter Business School, with its highest job placement rates in the Long Island area, offers personal, ongoing career assistance to its students and graduates to obtain full-time positions that are best suited to their educational specialty, interests, and abilities. Job placement assistance is lifetime for graduates.

9. Preparing You for Success

At Hunter Business School, students are prepared for a rewarding new career in the shortest amount of time without sacrificing the quality and depth of the training experience. This means they can complete their training sooner than one might think!

10. Convenient Locations

With campuses in both Nassau and Suffolk Counties, close to all major roadways, getting to school has never been easier.

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The Medical Assistant and Diagnostic Medical Sonography programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, 25400 U.S. Highway 19 North, Suite 158, Clearwater, FL 33763 (727.210.2350).

The accreditation for Medical Assistant is upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB) and for Diagnostic Medical Sonography of the Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography.