Entrepreneurship is a mindset – a way of thinking and acting
Learn how to solve problems across disciplines and add value
Learn how to recognize, analyze and capture opportunity
Benefit from the experience and connections of Lubin faculty
Practice in the entrepreneurship labs at Pace
Intern with an innovative, global company
Many successful people have gotten their big breaks because they think like entrepreneurs.
In tough economic times even more than in easier cycles, start-up companies are the number one drivers of job growth.
(Source: Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation)
The MBA in Entrepreneurship gives you the quantitative, analytical, and strategic skills you need to identify new products and services and bring them to the appropriate markets. You will leave better able to quantify risk, manage a small business venture, and identify workable opportunities. Through Lubin's MBA in Entrepreneurship you gain:
Pace University has the largest internship program in the Metropolitan New York area.
Convenient location: Pursue your MBA in Entrepreneurship at our Lower Manhattan campus in the financial district.
Connect with industry insiders: In addition to the connections and advice our faculty offer, our alumniwho are themselves industry insiders, rising and leading in a wide range of enterprisesactively connect with current students through our LinkedIn mentoring program.
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.
831 students from 81 countries. Build your global network and take it with you when you graduate!
A U.S. bachelor's degree or an equivalent degree from a foreign school is the preferred undergraduate degree requirement for admission into the MBA program. In addition to a resume, a personal statement, a GMAT or GRE score report, and two recommendations, applicants must submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities they have attended. If you are an MBA applicant who already holds a business-related master's or doctoral degree, you may request a waiver of the GMAT or GRE. A recent TOEFL score, no more than two years old, is required of all applicants whose native language is not English. Recommended application deadlines are August 1 for the fall entry term and December 1 for the spring entry term. Click for our Application Guidelines and Checklist.
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The Yamodo brand of imaginative drawing games was created by Bill Phelps while completing his MBA at Pace. The brand is growing fast, with over 50,000 games produced, and distribution that includes Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Bed Bath & Beyond.
of U.S. schools that give the best return on your college investment (Source: PayScale)
Here's what to expect with an MBA in Entrepreneurship:
Excellent compensation: $34,900–$160,700 (retail manager to chief sustainability officer) (Source: O*NET). There is no median salary, really, because either you will bring an entrepreneurial mindset to any role in business or you will invent a job that does not yet exist
Significant advantage: In business, your career prospects are better with a master's degree or higher (Source: U.S. Department of Labor)
Make your career move with one of the over 300 employers who recruit Pace graduates every year
High-level career opportunities
Exciting opportunities at respected companies and organizations. Companies that have hired recent MBA in Entrepreneurship graduates include:
Mt. Vernon City School District
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Joining the ranks of Pace's innovative and entrepreneurial alumni
In the center of New York City's business life, Lubin introduces you to successful business leaders and thriving multinational corporations. Connect directly with 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 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
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:
A Fortune 100 study trip to company headquarters
The Fed: Research at the Federal Reserve - almost 100 Lubin alumni are employed here
NYSE: The rush of the trading floor
"More than anything, this program instilled in me the ability and acumen to identify real opportunities when they arise. That's really what being an entrepreneur is all about, and through the truly outstanding instruction I've received, I feel like that's a skill that I've really sharpened. Additionally, the program makes it a point to bring in very impressive speakers throughout the year-professionals at the highest levels across the spectrum of business and industry. The opportunity to meet them and get some guidance and wisdom is really invaluable."
- Christopher Finn '12 Business Risk Consultant, Deloitte
"I entered Lubin as a Finance major, but after having a glimpse of the business world in New York and sensing the urge to know how things work at the back end of a venture, I added a second major, Entrepreneurship. Pace faculty helped me a lot in this process: I received guidance while participating in the Merrill-Baruch Business Plan competition where we won third prize, then I had a chance to share a table with Gurbaksh Chahal as a part of the Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program, and finally, faculty helped me meet business luminaries including Pace trustees and Donald Trump at the 47th Annual Management Leadership Dinner. The Dean recommended me for a prestigious project that led to my first job as a financial analyst. At every turn, Lubin faculty, trustees, and speakers provided the necessary introductions that helped me make the right decisions."
- Rohit Phadtare '10 Entrepreneur, India
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