With this Lubin BBA, you can create a future of your own choosing. Future entrepreneurs, innovators, and small business owners gain what they need for a successful launch:
Practice pitching a business idea
Analyzing new product potential
Powerful connections to other successful entrepreneurs
Your successful venture will reap outstanding rewards in satisfaction, wealth, and independence.
Half of the nonfarm, private gross domestic product comes from small businesses. (Source: U.S. Small Business Administration)
Lubin's Entrepreneurship program prepares you to put your ideas into action. You will learn to gauge risk, minimize exposure, and prepare for the challenges of starting and running a small business. From writing a business plan to attracting venture capital to making a succession plan, you will get solid guidance as you practice the skills you will need throughout your career. Through Lubin, you will have the opportunity to:
Lubin puts you at the center of the world's business life, through a network of alumni and corporate partners that reaches into major financial institutions, media companies, and growing businesses in every industry. Through our LinkedIn mentoring program, you will connect with prominent Lubin alumni in your field. We get you out of the classroom and into internships and career-opening events. We also get you out and involved in this lively metropolitan area. Our New York City campus gives you the connections, the opportunities, and the access to launch your career successfully.
Take full advantage of your dedicated team of advisers while you're here. They can guide you through the program and into your career, opening doors and making connections for you.
Gain valuable experience in one or more internshipswith
internationally respected companies. Students majoring in Entrepreneurship have interned at:
Boyden Global Executive Search
Madison Square Garden
Prada North America
Schott North America
Sony Music Entertainment
Toys R Us
Warner Music Group
The application process can feel stressful—lots of forms to fill out, deadlines, tours, interviews—but know that we are right here with you every step of the way. Visit the "How to Apply" page for easy guidelines for submitting your application. In addition to the application, official high school transcripts, and college transcripts (for transfer students), a personal statement/essay, and two letters of
recommendation in sealed envelopes are required for admission. SAT I, ACT, and/or TOEFL scores should be sent directly to the Admissions
For admission information, please contact:
New York City campus Undergraduate Admission Phone: 212-346-1323 E-mail: email@example.com
Versatility and independence are the hallmarks of an entrepreneurial career, whether you start your own business or provide an innovative spark in an established organization. Here's what to expect:
Enjoy good pay: $60,000 average starting salary for BBA in Entrepreneurship graduates (Source: Pace University Career Services Annual Reports)
Make your career move with one of the over 300 employers who recruit Pace graduates every year
Recent Lubin graduates go to work for major corporations, small businesses, financial giants, and often their own ventures
Exciting opportunities at respected companies and organizations. Recent Lubin BBA in Entrepreneurship graduates have begun their careers at:
Robert Half Associates
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
In the center of Manhattan's business life, Lubin introduces you in person to the successful business leaders and multinational corporations you study in class. Learn directly from the world-class individuals who serve as an Executive- or Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Pace. We nurture relationships with many of the world's leading executives, to broaden and deepen your campus learning experiencefar beyond what you can expect at any other business school:
Meet top executives when they visit your classes and lecture on campus.
Get to know renowned entrepreneurs and key entrepreneurship supporters, and benefit from their real-world insights and practical career guidance
Sang Ahn, principal, Dawntreader Ventures
Steven Aldrich, founder, Intuit Insurance Services
Matthew Commons, CFO, FloDesign Wind Turbine Corp.
Barbara Corcoran, founder, The Corcoran Group
Raven Patrick De'Sean Dennis III, founder, Cake Man Raven Confectionery
John Fox, president and co-founder, Homeland Energy
Liz Hamburg, co-host of Launchpad (WOR 710) and president of Upstart Ventures LL
Steve Hindy, co-founder and president, Brooklyn Brewery
Sabrina Horn, founder, president & CEO, Horn Group
Peter M. Kash, co-founder, Paramount Capital Asset Management, Inc.
Salman Khan, founder, The Khan Academy
Louis C. Kirven, commissioner, Yonkers Department of Planning and Development
Harold Levy, managing director, Palm Ventures (and former chancellor of New York City Schools)
Cynthia W. Massarsky, president, CWM Marketing Group
Howard Morgan, director, Idealab
Randy Myer, founder, Best Friends Pet Care
Jerald Posman, director, Project Enterprise
Iqbal Z. Quadir, founder and director, The Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT
Chuck Ramsey, co-founder, Ramsey/Beirne Associates, Inc.
David S. Rose, chairman, New York Angels
Off campus, we get you through the door and behind the scenes for unique opportunities, thanks to our rich and well-developed network of alumni and corporate partners. Common locales include:
Big Four: Visit the headquarters of the Big Four accounting firms
A Fortune 100 company headquarters in metropolitan New York City
The Fed: Research at the Federal Reserve - almost 100 Lubin alumni are employed here
NYSE: The rush of the trading floor
"I've always burned with the idea of starting my own business and being my own boss. But it seemed daunting until Lubin. I've started two businesses since starting the Entrepreneurship programI sold one my sophomore year. When I finish my degree at Lubin, I'm confident that I'll be well prepared with solid information about the risks and rewards of entrepreneurship."
- Jonathan Prato '13
"The Lubin School of Business, and Pace University as a whole, has a thoroughly entrepreneurial spirit. From the Entrepreneurship Lab to student organizations, students learn how to innovate and are able to start applying the theories they learn about in the classroom. The audacity of Pace's student body and the access to complimentary skill sets function as a type of combustion engine from which new business ideas are consistently being sparked. I have a solid foundation and plenty of fuel to help me improve into the entrepreneur I'm committed to becoming."
- Robert A. Caucci '11
Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton
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