Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
This program is offered by the Lubin School of Business and is supported by the Seidenberg School.
Information systems combines tech know-how with business skills into a package that allows you to manage complex systems efficiently and effectively. Rather than learning how to code programs and databases, students focus on how to use those programs and databases to achieve the best results for their business.
With a BBA in Information Systems, you will:
Learn to design applications that apply to particular businesses and situations and achieve tailored result.
Analyze large and complex systems, using the data to make substantial contributions to business decision-making
Study both hardware and software systems to gain a full understanding various networks
Learn how to use tools to pull specific data from information systems and communicate that data’s meaning to stakeholders and managers
As a student of information systems, you will be taking classes from both the Seidenberg School and the Lubin School of Business. You will get a rounded education with abounding opportunities. Meet powerful business executives, get your foot in the door at top companies, and discover a rewarding new career at Pace University.
- Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Systems
- 128 credits required
- Foundation Requirements: 53 credits
- Lubin Foundation Requirement in Quantitative Reasoning: 13 credits
- Business Core: 29 credits
- Major Requirements: 24 credits
- Open Electives: 22 credits
- Managerial and Organizational Concepts
- Global Networking Technology
- Database Management
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics
- IT Services
- Healthcare Industry
- Financial Industry