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Undergraduate Programs

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    New York City, Westchester

    The Accounting minor is designed to enable non-accounting Lubin majors to achieve a level of competency in accounting that will enhance their major program and broaden their career preparation.

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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City
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    New York City

    New York City is one of the world’s great epicenters for arts and entertainment. If your goal is to work in these industries, the Arts and Entertainment Management minor is an excellent way to boost your competitiveness in this field. This minor is designed for students with an interest in pursuing a career in the arts or entertainment industries. It is open to students in any major, but is particularly suited to performing arts students who want to learn the business side of the industry; media and communication students who want to develop industry-specific business skills; and business majors majors who to learn more about this particular set of industries. The program leverages our New York City location as one of the arts and entertainment capitals of the world.

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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City

    The Business Analytics minor is designed to enable non-BA majors to achieve competency in quantitative modeling and data analysis that will enhance their career preparation. This minor will provide students with the tools and skills needed to use quantitative data effectively in making business decisions in any field.

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    New York City, Westchester

    This minor may be taken in conjunction with any non-business major. The list of subjects may be extended or substitutions may be made depending on the student's interests. Upper-sophomore standing (completion of 48 college credits) is a prerequisite for MAR 201 Principles of Marketing and MGT 150 Managerial and Organizational Concepts. Students successfully completing this minor with a minimum grade of "B" in each course will satisfy the foundation courses in accounting and economics required for the MBA at Pace University and many other institutions.

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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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    Westchester
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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester

    The digital marketing minor exposes students to the evolving digital marketing environment with an introduction to both online marketing and information technology.  Taking courses in both the Lubin School of Business and the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, students can tailor their degree to their specialized interests in visual analytics, web authoring, cybersecurity, design thinking and/or emerging technologies.  The digital marketing minor requires 9 credits in marketing and/or information systems covering topics such as search engine optimization, social media, mobile technologies, data science, visual analytics and ecommerce.

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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester

    Build on a desire to change lives by supporting a commitment to learning and advance your skills and knowledge to be an adaptable, exceptional educational leader. So, if you who have an interest in understanding schooling and the forces that reshape education, yet do not wish to pursue a career in teaching, this minor is for you.

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    Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester

    This minor prepares students for careers in entrepreneurship and small business. It focuses on providing students with the skills that they will need to initiate and manage business ventures, including developing business concepts and investigating the feasibility of those ideas.

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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester

    The fashion industry has seen considerable growth in all segments of the retail industry from mass market to luxury and designer retailers. With this in mind, students will explore the core marketing activities surrounding the world of fashion. Students will learn marketing principles, practices, and policies used by fashion manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers.

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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester

    The Finance minor is intended to provide non-finance majors with a specialization in finance which will complement their major coursework. It is open only to non-finance Lubin majors and students enrolled in the following non-business majors:

    • Information systems
    • Computer science
    • Economics
    • Mathematics
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester

    New York City is one of the top global destination for hospitality (restaurants and hotels) and tourism. In 2001 the City hosted 33 million tourists and in 2018 the City hosted 62.8 million tourists. All of the industries related to hospitality and tourism need managers, accountants, marketing, legal, and financial professionals.  Students will find this minor is ideal for using their knowledge and skills in an exciting, dynamic field, internationally and domestically.

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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester

    Students in this minor will learn the fundamental role of internal auditing in a free-market environment and the importance of that role to corporate governance. They will develop audit judgment and an ethical framework to guide actions; understand the client's business environment and how to apply the risk assessment model to each audit; and master advanced audit techniques that simulate the real world. Specific attention is also given to concepts surrounding the auditing of information systems, privacy and security issues, and fraud auditing.

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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    Westchester
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester

    The Law minor emphasizes the study of legal cases and systems and is intended for both business and non-business students who wish additional concentrated study in law. Students may begin their studies with LAW 150 Business Law I . The courses offered in this minor help students to develop rigorous critical thinking and advanced communication skills. Admission to law school generally requires a high grade point average, as well as satisfactory performance on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). While law schools usually do not prescribe any one particular undergraduate course of study for admission, students should obtain information on the specific admission requirements for the schools that they plan to attend. Legal Studies faculty members are available to advise students considering a legal career.

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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester

    The Management minor is designed to give non-management majors exposure to management topics useful for career preparation in a variety of organizational settings. By selecting suitable electives in consultation with an adviser, students can explore topics such as human resources management, hospitality and tourism management, entrepreneurship, or international management.

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    New York City, Westchester

    The Marketing minor allows non-marketing majors to explore topics in various marketing fields. Through the selection of appropriate electives, students can explore a variety of topics, including international marketing, advertising, fashion marketing, sports marketing, or marketing management.

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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester

    This interdisciplinary Pre-Law minor is intended for all undergraduate students considering a legal career. Through study in law as well as many liberal arts subjects, students develop critical thinking and communication skills, and an awareness of ethical considerations that are important for success in the study of law and in the legal profession. Admission to law school generally requires a high grade point average, as well as satisfactory performance on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). While law schools usually do not prescribe any one particular undergraduate course of study for admission, students should obtain information on the specific admission requirements for the schools that they plan to attend. Legal Studies faculty members are available to advise students considering a legal career.

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    New York City, Westchester

    This minor  will prepare students to initiate customer relationships, approach customers, deliver sales presentations, as well as be prepared to utilize sales methodologies appropriate for direct interaction with customers, team selling, and various activities that support the sale of goods and services.

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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester

    The Public Health Minor is designed for students interested in pursuing careers that focus on improving public health. Current Health Science, Environmental Studies & Science, Biology, and Psychology majors are particularly suited for this area of study as well as students from all majors with an interest in public health.

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    Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City
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    New York City, Westchester

    The minor in Special Events Marketing provides students with specialized knowledge and a broad background in marketing that will prepare them for careers in special events marketing and planning. The minor is open to non- marketing majors in Lubin as well as to Dyson majors and other non-business students.

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    New York City, Westchester

    The Sports Marketing Minor is designed to provide students with the skills and tools needed to succeed in the global sports industry. Students will be introduced to the business of sports from a strategic marketing perspective, both in the classroom and through internships.

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    Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester

    The Tax Minor is designed for students interested in the challenging and rewarding field of taxation. While it is open to all students, it is very well suited for accounting majors in the 150-credit BBA Public Accounting major, which is a CPA qualifying program. The Tax Minor provides CPA majors with an area of study related to their accounting major and prepares them for careers in tax accounting, an area where many CPAs specialize.

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    New York City
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    New York City

    This minor - housed in the Sociology/Anthropology Dept., NYC campus - is interdisciplinary. It draws upon social and ethnographic research methods to explore and describe the complex dynamics of urban living.

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    New York City