About The College of Health Professions
Established in 2010, the College of Health Professions at Pace University offers a broad range of programs at the bachelor, master, and doctoral levels. It is the College’s goal to create innovative and complex programs that reflect the changing landscape of the health care system.
These programs are designed to prepare graduates for impactful careers in health care practice, health-related research, or as educators, and equip graduates to work in health policy and global health fields. Students in clinical programs receive hands-on training in the College’s Interprofessional Center for Health Care Simulation and have the opportunity to apply their developing skills in real-world settings at many of the regions' leading clinical facilities.
The College is currently comprised of several growing and important areas of study, which include Nursing, Physician Assistant, Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Health Science.
The College is recognized for its innovative leadership in education, practice, scholarship, and service to improve health and the health professions.
The College’s mission is to educate and challenge diverse students for the health professions to be leaders, innovators, and lifelong learners who will positively impact local, national, and global health.
The Core Values of the College of Health Professions
- Commitment to quality care
- Cultural competence
- Interprofessional Collaboration