Professor | Information Management & Business Analytics | Montclair State University - Feliciano School of Business
Mark L. Berenson is a full professor in the Department of Information Management and Business Analytics and he is also Professor Emeritus of Statistics in the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY. He teaches courses in statistics, operations management and business decision making in the Feliciano School of Business and has co-taught a GNED course on international issues – human rights and social justice.
Over the years Dr. Berenson has received numerous awards for teaching, innovative contributions to statistics education and for service. He is a coauthor of eleven statistics texts published by Prentice Hall/Pearson and his research has appeared in Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, Review of Business Research, The American Statistician, Communications in Statistics, Psychometrika, Education and Psychological Measurement, Journal of Health Administration Research, Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics and in the Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences.
Dr. Berenson's primary academic interests have been in nonparametric statistical methods of data analysis, statistical pedagogy and in outcomes assessment. He has consulting experience in health care applications, medical research, market and survey research, real estate applications, quality management applications and human rights issues.
Dr. Berenson received his B.A. in economic statistics and his MBA in business statistics from CCNY and his Ph.D. in quantitative methods in business from the City University of New York (CUNY).
Areas of Expertise:
- Pedagogy in Business Statistics
- Innovative Education in Statistics
- Nonparametric Statistics Applications
- Human Rights and Social Justice