YOUR LUBIN BBA: A REWARDING CAREER IN A CRITICAL ROLE
Your Lubin BBA in Human Resources Management prepares you for a rewarding career in a critical role drawing value out of an organization's workforce capital, its human resources:
We draw on the vast resources of the New York business world to help you, bringing top human resources professionals to campus to lecture and participate in panels. You'll gain the expertise in compensation, benefits, talent development, and recruitment, so that you can enjoy upward professional and financial mobility.
AN EXCITING AND LUCRATIVE CAREER
When you earn your BBA in Management with a Human Resources Management concentration from Lubin, you will graduate with an in-depth understanding of all aspects of human resources management. Here's what to expect with a BBA in Human Resources Management:
Promising career growth: Employment of human resources managers is expected to grow 9% from 2014 to 2024 (Source: 2014-2015 Occupational Outlook Handbook, U.S. Department of Labor)
Enjoy good pay: $33,336 mean salary for BBA in Human Resources Management graduates (Source: Pace University Career Services Annual Reports)
Launch your career with Lubin connections - through our network of 72,000 alumni
GAIN USEFUL SKILLS AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
Lubin's Human Resources Management program gives you a deep and broad understanding of all aspects of this critical field, with emphasis on the evolution of 21st-century human resources management and its role in today's global economy. You'll gain insights from faculty who are world-renowned management professionals. The BBA in Human Resources Management offers:
A solid foundation in the core principles of human resources management: Managerial and organizational concepts, management science and production management concepts, business strategy, and organizational behavior.
Exceptional instruction from a world-class faculty: Learn from professors such as Ibraiz Tarique, PhD, who brings his research on international joint venture system complexity into his classes on human resources management and training and development, and Melissa Cardon, PhD, who incorporates her expertise on human resources management in small and emerging entrepreneurial ventures. >> Management and Management Science faculty
Expansive knowledge into a variety of exciting, relevant areas: Explore elective areas including employment law, group relations, interviewing techniques, and the human dimension of international management, among others.