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Intelligent.com featured Pace University in "Intelligent.com Announces Best MBA No GMAT Degree Programs for 2021"

03/30/2021

Intelligent.com featured Pace University in "Intelligent.com Announces Best MBA No GMAT Degree Programs for 2021"

Intelligent.com, a trusted resource for online degree rankings and higher education planning, has announced the Top 45 MBA No GMAT Degree Programs for 2021. The comprehensive research guide is based on an assessment of 185 accredited colleges and universities in the nation. Each program is evaluated based on curriculum quality, graduation rate, reputation, and post-graduate employment.

The 2021 rankings are calculated through a unique scoring system which includes student engagement, potential return on investment and leading third party evaluations. Intelligent.com analyzed 185 schools, on a scale of 0 to 100, with only 45 making it to the final list. The methodology also uses an algorithm which collects and analyzes multiple rankings into one score to easily compare each school.

Students who pursue any one of these programs can expect to gain employment much quicker in comparison to candidates without a degree. In addition to accessibility and cost, the steady job growth in this market is one of the many reasons Intelligent.com researched and ranked the Top MBA No GMAT Degree Programs. To access the complete ranking, please visit: https://www.intelligent.com/best-mba-no-gmat-degree-programs/

2021 MBA No GMAT Degree Programs featured on Intelligent.com (in alphabetical order):

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"Business Because featured Pace's Lubin School of Business in "4 Ways A Flexible MBA Helps You Master The Hybrid Workplace"

09/02/2020

"Business Because featured Pace's Lubin School of Business in "4 Ways A Flexible MBA Helps You Master The Hybrid Workplace"

1. You will gain virtual networking experience

Networking is crucial to any career. In fact, one LinkedIn survey found that around 85% of jobs are filled through networking, rather than formal applications. 

To succeed in today’s hybrid workplace, though, being able to build these connections virtually, as well as face-to-face, is a vital skill. 

By pursuing an MBA with an online component, students can practice doing just that—interacting with peers, alumni, and potential employers through virtual classes and events.  

For Jonathan Perez, a current MBA student in the new flexible MBA program at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business in New York, the chance to build a strong network has been a highlight.

“The connection to employers that I might not have got my foot in the door with otherwise was a big plus for me,” he explains.

With a background in the US Navy, Jonathan is using his MBA to pivot into human resources, completing the talent management specialization. 

During his final year of service with the Navy, he assumed a career counselling role, helping sailors who were retiring or under medical review transition into new careers. 

“That’s when I fell in love with different aspects of human resources,” he explains. 

When he graduates, Jonathan plans to work his way into an HR role with a government agency.

2. Career coaches will guide you through the changing world of work

Undertaking a flexible MBA also gives you access to a range of career services—on-campus or online—to support your transition to a hybrid workplace.

Helping MBA students at Lubin prepare is Phyllis Mooney, executive director of Career Services at Pace University. She and her team offer one-to-one coaching, online resources, and workshops.

“We recently put together a learning module on how to start off a job remotely,” Phyllis explains. During this module, students learned how to build rapport virtually, and get the most out of working from home.

“The key takeaway was to run the job as you would in an office,” she concludes. “Dress up, show up, participate in activities, and ensure you’re scheduling regular catch-ups with your manager.”

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News Break featured Pace University’s Lubin School of Business in "Pace University Launches Revamped MBA, a 21st Century Master's for Changing Times"

05/28/2020

News Break featured Pace University’s Lubin School of Business in "Pace University Launches Revamped MBA, a 21st Century Master's for Changing Times"

Responding to the needs of the workforce, advances in online learning technology, and continuous business evolution and disruption, Pace University's Lubin School of Business is launching an accelerated and revamped MBA program this fall that is faster, flexible, and more convenient for students, the University today announced.

Curriculum: The new and specialized curriculum, which includes in-person classes and an exclusively online MBA option, is ideal for working professionals and people looking to advance their careers. The new MBA requires 39 credits. There will be 10 focus areas including: accounting, business, business analytics, corporate finance, investment management, information systems, marketing analytics, marketing management, talent management, and strategy and international management, all of which are expected to continue to be in great demand for the foreseeable future.

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Yahoo Finance featured Pace University's Lubin School of Business in "Pace University Launches Revamped MBA, a 21st Century Master's for Changing Times"

05/28/2020

Yahoo Finance featured Pace University's Lubin School of Business in "Pace University Launches Revamped MBA, a 21st Century Master's for Changing Times"

Pace University's Lubin School of Business is launching an accelerated and revamped MBA program this fall that is faster, flexible, and more convenient for students.

Responding to the needs of the workforce, advances in online learning technology, and continuous business evolution and disruption, Pace University's Lubin School of Business is launching an accelerated and revamped MBA program this fall that is faster, flexible, and more convenient for students, the University today announced.

Curriculum: The new and specialized curriculum, which includes in-person classes and an exclusively online MBA option, is ideal for working professionals and people looking to advance their careers. The new MBA requires 39 credits. There will be 10 focus areas including: accounting, business, business analytics, corporate finance, investment management, information systems, marketing analytics, marketing management, talent management, and strategy and international management, all of which are expected to continue to be in great demand for the foreseeable future.

Speed to Degree: Students can earn the new Pace MBA on an accelerated timetable in as little as one year full-time or two years part-time. These options ideally accommodate the professional responsibilities and schedules of students.

Flexibility of Delivery: The program can be completed on campus, online, and with blended options. The MBA in Business option can be completed 100% online. Whether choosing on campus or online delivery, students will still have access to the same world- class faculty and services that Pace offers including career services, internships, events, and a global professional network.

Pace University has an established reputation in the New York City area for preparing students to be competitive, successful, and ready on day one in their careers, and its new MBA options build on this tradition. Pace is ranked the No. 1 private, four-year college in the nation for upward economic mobility by Harvard University's Opportunity Insights, and the Lubin School of Business is renowned around the world.

"The new MBA requirements provide exactly what professionals need: world-class scholarship from leading professors in their fields that is fast-paced, flexible, and cost-effective," said Neil Braun, dean of the Lubin School of Business. "We provide real-world experience and hands-on learning with a personalized approach for each student and Pace's strong regional network of alumni and partners to help them achieve success and meet their career goals."

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Patch featured Pace University's Lubin School of Business in "Pace Launches Revamped MBA"

05/27/2020

Patch featured Pace University's Lubin School of Business in "Pace Launches Revamped MBA"

Responding to the needs of the workforce, advances in online learning technology, and continuous business evolution and disruption, Pace University's Lubin School of Business is launching an accelerated and revamped MBA program this fall that is faster, flexible, and more convenient for students, the University today announced.

Curriculum: The new and specialized curriculum, which includes in-person classes and an exclusively online MBA option, is ideal for working professionals and people looking to advance their careers. The new MBA requires 39 credits. There will be 10 focus areas including: accounting, business, business analytics, corporate finance, investment management, information systems, marketing analytics, marketing management, talent management, and strategy and international management, all of which are expected to continue to be in great demand for the foreseeable future.

Speed to Degree: Students can earn the new Pace MBA on an accelerated timetable in as little as one year full-time or two years part-time. These options ideally accommodate the professional responsibilities and schedules of students.

Flexibility of Delivery: The program can be completed on campus, online, and with blended options. The MBA in Business option can be completed 100% online. Whether choosing on-campus or online delivery, students will still have access to the same world- class faculty and services that Pace offers including career services, internships, events, and a global professional network.

Pace University has an established reputation in the New York City area for preparing students to be competitive, successful, and ready on day one in their careers, and its new MBA options build on this tradition. Pace is ranked the No. 1 private, four-year college in the nation for upward economic mobility by Harvard University's Opportunity Insights, and the Lubin School of Business is renowned around the world.

Read the full Patch article.