Graduate Management Programs

MBA in Management
Management has traditionally focused on planning, staffing, organizing, directing and controlling; today it goes beyond those five functions to include championing quality and change, establishing organizational culture, and using sophisticated models to predict the future. In the U.S. and in many global enterprises, managers are central to organizational survival and success. Students who choose management as a field of study often have launched careers that have taken them beyond entry-level positions. Through an MBA program, they seek to prepare for broad responsibilities which require skills and knowledge that go beyond the technical skills and knowledge that supported earlier promotions. The Lubin School of Business offers three MBA tracks in management.
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Management MBA Concentrations

Strategic Management
Prepares students for multi-functional line responsibilities and for staff planning assignments in business firms. Line responsibility requires managerial maturity and experience, which can be enhanced through formal learning. Planning assignments may include preparing environmental and industry analysis studies, investigating business opportunities and making strategic assessments.
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Change Management
Prepares students for careers in leadership and management in all fields of business. Through this highly focused track students receive the requisite knowledge to become business managers and leaders who recognize the needs and aspirations of corporations in addressing their markets. Students learn how to anticipate changes in the market and interactions in the global socioeconomic climate in which they may work
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Human Resources Management
Prepares students for professional positions in human resource management as functional or staff specialists. Functional specializations include: recruitment, selection, training and development, job evaluation, performance assessment and compensation administration. Staff specialists coordinate or perform many of these functions in a centralized structure or for departments in large companies.
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Entrepreneurial Studies
This program offers students, whose professional objectives encompass careers with small companies or who aspire to start their own business, an opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship. Specifically, the program aims at preparing students to start and manage their own business. The program covers all phases of the entrepreneural experience including organizational, financial, marketing, and operating requirements for a new business venture.
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International Business MBA Concentration

MBA in International Business
Strategic thinkers educated in international business are needed to help companies excel in today's global economy. As a student in the International Business program, you will have access to lectures and forums offered by Pace's noted Center for Global Finance, which serves as a vital link between the Lubin School of Business and the global finance community of academics and professionals. You will have the opportunity to engage in for-credit graduate-level field studies in international business. Specialized courses such as Business In The Global Environment and Pan American Economic Integration involve students in cutting-edge professional and scholarly issues in global business.
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MS in Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management MS Concentration

Human Resource Management concentration
Lubin's MS in Human Resources Management program enables students to critically examine each area of human resources management and equips students with the skills to effectively apply their learning to the full spectrum of opportunities they will be or are currently undertaking in the field.
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