YOUR LUBIN BBA: A REWARDING CAREER IN A CRITICAL ROLE
Your Lubin BBA will position you for the promotions—and the pay—that your experience deserves.
Designed for working adults
An excellent foundation in business
A problem-based approach
Connections with top business leaders
And with the headquarters to nearly 80 Fortune 500 companies in close proximity to our campus in the heart of Manhattan's financial district, you'll have a virtually endless range of unparalleled internship opportunities.
AN EXCITING AND LUCRATIVE CAREER
With your BBA in General Business you'll be prepared for a lifetime of success in a wide variety of settings. And whether you want to join a corporation, a government agency, a financial institution, or a nonprofit organization, you'll have both the conceptual background and the tools that will lead to the success of your organization and your own career. Here's what to expect with a BBA in General Business:
Enjoy good pay: $79,400 is the mean salary for BBA in General Business graduates (Source: Pace University Career Services Annual Reports)
GAIN USEFUL SKILLS AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
The BBA in General Business program will prepare you for a management role in a wide variety of rewarding careers in corporate, nonprofit, and government areas. You'll be able to apply the skills you've learned in class to solve real-world business problems, helping you move forward in your career at your current employer or to a new position entirely. The BBA in General Business offers:
A solid foundation in the core principles of management and essential business concepts, such as procedures for setting, prioritizing, and measuring business goals
The opportunity to focus your studies and heighten your expertise in one of seven business concentrations, including accounting, finance, information systems, interdisciplinary, law, management, and marketing
The opportunity to enhance your experience and broaden your knowledge with electives from other academic areas and majors, including information systems, finance, or accounting
The opportunity to shape your program to a particular area of management, as well as fit in one or two minors