Lubin School of Business
There are approximately 2,000 undergraduate students in the Lubin School of Business: 2,000 at the New York City campus and 1,800 on the Westchester campus at Pleasantville/Briarcliff. There are about 1,100 -graduate students in the Lubin School of Business, with 900 at the New York City campus and 200 at the Graduate Center in White Plains. The school is committed to student achievement through faithful adherence to the traditions and values of Pace University, beginning with its founding as a school of accounting.
The mission of the Lubin School is to educate students in a personalized academic environment for success in business by applying contemporary theory to professional practice. With bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs on campuses in New York city and Westchester County, the Lubin School provides a distinctive and personalized educational experience that reflects the traditions upon which Pace University was founded in 1906 to prepare students for careers in business. Today, the faculty, staff, students and alumni share these values and priorities.
- Teaching and learning in small classes that motivate students to achieve their full potential and offering practical experiences in which students apply business principles and methods within and outside the classroom.
- Conducting research that advances classroom teaching, professional practice, and development of theory.
- Creating innovative, market-centered programs for students and professionals in various stages of their careers, and employing technology to enhance learning.
- Encouraging faculty and student interaction within professional, academic and community organizations, building business and academic partnerships that promote educational relevance and drawing on the New York business community’s rich professional resources.
- Developing the global perspectives and managerial skills characteristic of career success, and inculcating a sense of business ethics and social responsibility.
- Fostering supportive administrative systems and a personalized environment among faculty, staff and students.
- Providing opportunitas to qualified students of diverse talents and backgrounds from the region and the world and placing graduates in rrewarding careers related to their disciplines.
The school's undergraduate bachelor's degree programs include majors in accounting, international management, finance, management, marketing, information systems, business studies, and management science. In addition, for students with excellent records, there is a combined program in public accounting leading to BBA and MBA degrees.
Graduate programs in the Lubin School of Business lead to the MBA, MS, and DPS (Doctor of Professional Studies) degrees. Students who already have a master's degree may earn an Advanced Graduate Program Certificate. In the MBA program, career concentrations are available in accounting, international economics, financial management, information systems, international business, management, management science, marketing management, and taxation. In addition, some of the concentrations have specialization tracks such as strategic management and investment management.
Academic Advisement: Students who wish to learn more about the school and its programs and policies should talk to their faculty adviser or call the Office of Academic Advisement on either campus. Lubin School students will be assigned an academic adviser and are required to see their adviser prior to registering for each semester.
Undergraduate Advisement Offices
New York City Campus One Pace Plaza, 4th floor, West (212) 618-6550
Westchester Campus Goldstein Center, 1st floor, Pleasantville (914) 773-3531
Graduate Advisement Offices
New York City Campus One Pace Plaza, 4th floor, West (212) 346-1984
White Plains Graduate Center One Martine Avenue, 5th floor (914) 422-4188