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iPace Online Degree Completion Program

Capitalize on your skills providing professional care to people in community-living organizations.

Opportunities abound for human services caregiver staff members to build on their experience working with the elderly, persons with disabilities or mental health issues. This program will provide you with the enhanced skills and knowledge base you will need to take on a leadership and supervisory role in providing critical support services that make full community participation a reality for persons with disabilities.

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).

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