Long Island University has been offering undergraduate and graduate programs to residents of Suffolk County, Long Island since 1959. The Brentwood Campus, which serves a total enrollment of nearly 1,000 graduate, undergraduate and non-credit students, is located on Second Avenue in Brentwood, on 172 acres of tree-lined property owned by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
The Brentwood Campus has been an innovator in developing Fast-Track Master's Degree programs for working professionals who wish to accelerate their studies. These programs offer a set schedule of courses and a reduced tuition rate. Qualified applicants enroll as a cohort and proceed to earn the M.S. in Criminal Justice.
Graduate program offerings include Criminal Justice (Fast Track M.S.) and Education (M.S./M.S.Ed.) in the areas of School Counseling, Mental Health Counseling, Early Childhood, Childhood, Childhood/Special Education, Childhood/Literacy, Special Education and Literacy.
Graduate courses are offered in conjunction with a number of different programs offered by the C.W. Post Campus, including Library and Information Science and and the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.).
An undergraduate program is also offered in Criminal Justice.
Classes are small and personalized. Students take advantage of a full range of computer and library facilities, including networking to the University's mainframe systems. The Campus schedules most of its courses during late afternoons, evenings and on weekends.