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Exceptional Academics Majors


College of Health Professions • Health Science


• Nursing (four-year programs)


• Nursing RN-BS (online program) • Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology


- Teaching Students with Speech and Language Disabilities


Dyson College of Arts and Sciences • Acting


• Acting for Film, Television, Voice-Overs, and Commercials • American Studies


• Applied Psychology and Human Relations


• Art • Art History


• Behavioral Neuroscience • Biochemistry


• Biological Psychology • Biology


• Biology Pre-professional - Occupational Therapy - Optometry - Pharmacy - Podiatry


• Business Economics • Chemistry


• Chemistry Pre-professional - Chemical Engineering


• Cinema and Filmmaking, Digital • Commercial Dance


• Communication Studies • Communications • Criminal Justice • Directing • Economics • English


• English and Communications • English Language and Literature • Environmental Science • Environmental Studies


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experiences. We take career prepara- tion seriously and offer you a variety of services beginning as early as your freshman year.


Pforzheimer Honors College Join a highly esteemed community of talented, hand-selected scholars and up-and-coming leaders studying un- der Pace University’s distinguished faculty. At the Honors College, you will thrive in an academic and social atmosphere where you, your peers, and your professors energize and chal- lenge each other to realize your full potential. Advantages include unique honors courses, events, and advise- ment; research opportunities here and abroad; support for national scholar- ships and fellowships; and a $15,000 minimum annual scholarship, with a median scholarship award of $27,500.


Explore the world with study abroad


Pace University offers you the oppor-


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• Film and Screen Studies • Forensic Science • Global Asia Studies • Global Studies • History


• Journalism, Digital


• Language, Culture, and World Trade • Latin American Studies • Latina/Latino Studies • Liberal Studies • Mathematics


• Modern Languages and Cultures • Musical Theater


• Peace and Justice Studies


• Personality and Social Psychology • Philosophy and Religious Studies • Political Science


• Production and Design for Stage and Screen


• Professional Studies • Psychology


• Public Relations


• Sociology-Anthropology • Spanish


• Stage Management • Women’s and Gender Studies


Lubin School of Business • Accounting


- Forensic Accounting - Internal Auditing


• Accounting, Public (combined degree and CPA prep) - MBA in Public Accounting - MS in Finanacial Management - MS in Taxation


• Accounting—Public Accounting (five-year program and CPA prep) • Business Analytics


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tunity to spend a week, summer, se- mester, or year immersed in other cul- tures in order to gain a truly global perspective. Whether you’re interest- ed in producing a documentary in a tropical location, studying European business in Berlin, or assessing ecosys- tems in Costa Rica, Pace can help you get there.


Get involved!


There are more than 100 clubs and organizations for students to get in- volved in on our New York City and Westchester Campuses.


Athletics at Pace At our Westchester Campus, Pace is host to 14 men’s and women’s NCAA Division II Northeast-10 Conference teams in baseball, basketball, cross- country, field hockey, football, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, and volleyball. We also feature intra- mural sports on both the New York City and Westchester Campuses.


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• Information Systems—Business • International Management • Management


- Arts and Entertainment Management


- Business Management - Entrepreneurship


- Hospitality and Tourism Management


- Human Resources Management • Marketing


- Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications - Global Marketing Management - Sports Marketing


School of Education • Adolescent Education - Biology


- Chemistry - English


- History/Social Studies - Mathematics - Spanish


• Childhood Education


• Early Childhood/Childhood Education


• Early Childhood Education


Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems • Computer Engineering • Computer Science • Information Systems • Information Technology


• Professional Computer Studies


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Robust financial aid and scholarships Last year, more than $375 million in financial assistance was made available to students. Our financial aid packages include a combination of scholarships, grants, work-study funds, and federal loans. Use our Merit Scholarship Estimator to see how much merit aid you will receive from Pace at pace.edu/calculator. n


Pace University New York City, NY | Pleasantville, NY pace.edu ugnyc@pace.edu


Fast Facts • 16:1 student-faculty ratio • 20 students average class size


• Top 10% of private US colleges based on future salary potential, according to PayScale.com


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