- Preparing every graduate for rewarding employment and upward mobility
- Integrating the New York City business world into the curriculum
- Experiential learning through the area's largest internship and co-op program
- Customized teaching and career guidance
- Prestigious dual AACSB accreditation and national and international rankings
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- Pace University has the largest internship program in the Metropolitan New York area.
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- Globally connected: 831 students
History Lesson: Pace University started as a business school.
In 1906, Homer and Charles Pace set out to train world-class accountants, and laid the foundations for what would become Pace University. The two brothers built first on their own expertisebookkeeping, accountancy, and business lawto prepare ambitious students for the New York CPA exam and for professional careers of ever-increasing responsibility. As the school grew, they expanded into related studies, including investment, marketing, finance, and the science of credit. In 1948, Pace began conferring bachelor's degrees and developing a liberal arts curriculum, even while business remained its backbone. In 1963, Pace was authorized to offer the MBA at its Westchester Campus, and in 1973, the New York State Board of Regents recognized Pace as a full-fledged university. In 1981, Dr. Joseph Lubin, who had earned his certificate of accountancy from the Pace Institute in 1921 and served as a Pace trustee from 1960–1963, made the largest individual donation at the time to the school, which is how we became the Lubin School of Business.
These lists reflect the highest position held as reported to us. Individuals may have retired, started new ventures, or passed away since this list was compiled. In some cases, the company may also have changed its name.
Distinguished Undergraduate Alumni
- Louis J. Amato '73, senior vice president, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
- Leonard A. Bambina '93, AQR Capital Management, Operations Finance
- Steve Beagelman '92, owner, Black Tie Express
- Darlene A. Billia '70, senior partner, Young & Rubicam, Incorporated
- Joseph Brown '08, capital markets associate, Morgan Stanley