Statement of Mission and Values: Lubin School of Business
The mission of the Lubin School of Business is to provide its students with exceptional experience-based learning that blends business theory with practical applications to prepare its graduates for successful professional careers in the global business environment. As part of this mission, our faculty conducts and disseminates scholarship that contributes to professional practice, academic theory, and student learning.
The Lubin School is student-centered with strong faculty engagement and outreach to alumni and prospective employers as well as those constituencies who can help empower student success. Lubin prepares its graduates to be ready, able, and confident in their chosen disciplines, multidisciplinary in their approach to problem solving, global in their business perspective, grounded in action, trained in outcomes, effective in their professions, ethically aware, and socially responsible.
Our mission is to achieve a competitive advantage through the diversity of ideas, backgrounds, and cultures represented by students and faculty from over 100 different countries and by focusing our teaching and scholarship on the challenges of managing and leading businesses in a constantly changing global marketplace. Lubin’s student-centered educational experience features the integration of theory with practice, teaching excellence, small classes, a personalized learning environment, innovative programming, the use of technology to enhance learning in concert with strong linkages to the New York and global business communities.
With baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral programs on campuses in New York City and Westchester County, the Lubin School provides a distinctive and personalized educational experience that reflects the traditions upon which Pace University was founded in 1906 to prepare students for careers in business. Today, the faculty, staff, students and alumni share and are energized by the following values:
- Enabling students to achieve their full potential
- Teaching excellence in small classes
- Applied scholarship and research
- Practical experience in and out of the classroom
- Innovative, market-centered programs
- Close faculty and student interaction
- Engagement with the New York business community
- Global perspective and integration
- Commitment to research
- Collegiality and respect among students, faculty and staff
- Appreciation of diversity in population and perspective
- Multidisciplinary perspective
- Integrity, ethics and social responsibility
- Student-centered administrative systems
- Use of technology to enhance learning