Lubin School of Business – Pace University

History

The Lubin School of Business (“Lubin”) at Pace University was initially founded as the Pace Institute in 1906. The school was later renamed after Dr. Joseph Lubin—who served as a Pace Trustee from 1961-1983—in honor of the $7.5 million donation he made to the school in 1981 (the largest donation ever received from an individual).

The Lubin School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Location(s)

Pace’s campus is located in lower Manhattan in New York City. Pace also offers students a Midtown Center located between 45th Street & 46th Street on Fifth Avenue, close to Grand Central Station.

In addition, EMBA residencies take place at Pace’s Downtown Conference Center, which is located right next to the main, lower-Manhattan campus.

Faculty

The Lubin School boasts 106 full-time and 56 part-time faculty members. Lubin faculty include scholars and experts whose work has been included in publications such as The Washington Post, CNN, The New York Times, BusinessWeekFortuneWABCThe Wall Street Journal and WCBS.

Student Body

There are 4,186 students in total at Lubin, including 3,053 undergraduate and 1,133 graduate students.

MBA Degree Offerings

The Lubin School offers a 20-month EMBA program as well as a flexible part-time program for professionals.