Information Systems, MBA
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.
Take Charge with Technology
Gain a professional edge with a master's degree that allows you to take advantage of the plentiful job opportunities in information technology. Your MBA in Information Systems from Pace’s Lubin School of Business will allow you to lead your organization through strategic decisions pertaining to complex information systems, telecommunications, database administration, Internet technologies, systems analysis and design, and how each facet supports the needs of a business.
Gain Valuable Technical Skills
- Launch in New York City, a hub for tech companies.
- Learn from faculty who are experienced and well-connected in the field.
- Benefit from career opportunities in a fast-growing sector.
- Earn a master’s degree in just one-year of full-time, or two years part-time, study.
Add Opportunities And Experiences
With a Lubin MBA in Information Systems, you'll acquire valuable skills in critical business factors and specialized database and IT network knowledge to boost your career. The curriculum covers business management competencies such as finance, organizational development, project management, and database management. Students in this program learn best practices in information system management, analysis, and design as well as strategic business application of IS principles, including system policy, legal considerations, and information security.
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 approach, you will gain a deeper understanding and practical skills in business telecommunications, information system principles, and project management.
"The classes are small, which really gives you an opportunity to have a personal relationship with your professors. You feel comfortable asking questions and you're able to get a better education because they know you by name and they're able to help you with any questions you might have." —Shana Foglia '15, Business Intelligence Project Manager, Danone
Choose Your Career
- Chief Information Officer (CIO)
- Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
- Information Technology Director
- Information Technology Project Manager
- Information Systems Consultant
- Management Information Systems (MIS) Director
- Systems Architect or Systems Designer
Where Graduates Are Employed
- Alliance Bernstein LP
- Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
median salary for computer and information systems managers (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)
of Lubin's class of 2021 master's graduates are employed or continuing their education or service (Source: Pace University Career Services)
average salary for MBA in Information Systems graduates (Source: PayScale)