Information Systems, BBA
New York City
This program is STEM designated, which means you will be trained in areas of technology that are in high demand with United States employers. International students studying in person on student visas will be eligible for an Optional Practical Training (OPT) extension of 24 months, for a total of 36 months.
Acquire In-Demand IT Skills
Transform businesses and markets through technology, blend core business principles with new and emerging technologies, and gain a global perspective of information technology with a Lubin BBA in Information Systems. With this degree under your belt, you’ll get the technical expertise necessary for success in a variety of positions.
Build Technical Expertise
- Acquire information technology skills that are in high demand with employers.
- Transform businesses and markets through technology.
- Take advantage of job opportunities across every business and industry.
Add Opportunities and Experiences
Your Lubin BBA in Information Systems will give you the technical expertise necessary for success in a variety of positions. You will take courses from both the Lubin School of Business and the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, one of the first comprehensive computing schools in the country. Through this unique interdisciplinary model, you will garner a deeper understanding of business telecommunications, information systems principles, and project management. Coursework includes an abundance of opportunities for hands-on experience with some of the world's most respected corporations and organizations.
The curriculum includes systems and database management lessons that will provide skills to support the strategic goals of an organization, including system development, project management, and cost/benefit analysis. Students also learn essential business management skills in finance, accounting, marketing, business law, organizational development, statistics, and strategy. You will acquire fluency with global data communication as you learn about hardware, basic communications components, configurations, protocols, software, and networks and applications. Core business principles, new and emerging technologies, a global perspective of information technology, and the economic, social, and ethical implications of data communications make our graduates well-prepared for the complex challenges of international business communications.
"I've seen the transformation of the whole industry from IBM to Apple and Google. We're just on the cusp of what's coming—things like wireless electricity... Students have the view that their first job is also their last job. I tell them that their first job is their first job, and that they'll probably have a dozen jobs over the course of their career. Don't fall in love with your first job; you may miss out on great opportunities." —David Berry '82, Chief Information Officer, Boardriders
Choose Your Career
- Database Manager
- Project Manager
- Systems Analyst
- Systems Architect
- Systems Designer
- Technology Business Strategist
- Telecommunication and Network Coordinator
Where Graduates are Employed
- Cerner Corporation
- Colangelo & Partners
- Horizon Media Inc.
- IPG Mediabrands
- Leason Ellis LLP
- New York Stock Exchange
- USI Insurance Services
median salary for computer systems analysts. (Source: O*NET)
of Lubin's class of 2021 bachelor's graduates are employed or continuing their education or service. (Source: Pace University Career Services)
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