Capitalize on your skills providing professional care to people in community-living organizations.
How the iPace Disabilities and Community Living degree helps you succeed:
- Program designed in collaboration with leaders in area human services organizations
- Expert training to build your expertise in working with persons with disabilities in collaboration with psychologists, psychiatrists, health services providers, vocational support programs and other community organizations
- Designed for working caregivers and human service personnel, this coursework and fieldwork are combined to allow immediate application in the work setting
- No entrance exams required.
This program consists of online classes with a limited number of sessions hosted at central locations in New York City, Long Island, or Westchester County. Students can attend these sessions in person or online using a synchronous connection.
The program can be completed in 2 years. Students may enroll in the Fall, Spring, or Summer semesters.
This degree is offered by Pace's School of Education in collaboration with Family Residences and Essential Enterprises (FREE).