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Get Graduate Schooled (NYC)

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Is graduate school in your future? Our Magic 8 Ball says it may be too soon to tell, so why don’t you head on over to the Graduate Fair to learn all about Pace’s grad programs on November 12 and decide for yourself.

From an MFP to an FNP, the new Media Storm MS in Social Media and Mobile Marketing to the cutting-edge MA in Media and Communication Arts, and much more, Pace offers nearly 50 graduate degrees in everything from accounting to acting to help give you a competitive advantage to advance your career and achieve your professional goals.

The Office of Graduate Admission will be holding a Graduate Fair in NYC on Wednesday, November 12, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. in the Student Union, where you are encouraged to learn more about Pace’s graduate and combined degree programs.  

You’ll have the opportunity to meet with faculty, an academic adviser, graduate admission, and a financial aid adviser. Plus, if you choose to apply on that day, admissions will waive the application fee and expedite a decision. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.

Don’t believe us? Hear what Pace graduate students and alumni have to say about just a few of the programs:

“The experience that has helped enhance my career development and goals has been the support I received from Pace University as a whole. It changed my entire life. I’ve been able to establish myself as a professional, develop skills that have made me marketable, to contribute to life as a professional and an individual. Pace gave me an opportunity to do better with myself.”
—Patrick Moroney ’14
Master of Public Administration

“I knew that Pace had a quality education to offer, so I didn’t look anywhere else. The most unique part is learning how to be a leader in a new health care reform system. Pace is preparing me to become that leader.”
—Lyn Boreland ’15

“My Lubin degree prepared me for my current role at the NYSE and laid the foundation for my continued professional development. Pace professors create a learning environment that is conducive to the way professionals think and practice on the job.”
—Vincent Perrone ’11
MBA in Marketing Management and Financial Management

“The media and communication video arts program at Pace University really helped prepare me for life in the very competitive production industry. Coming in, I knew nothing about production, but I learned everything I needed to know, and now I’m an associate producer.”
—Courtney Novak ’11
MA in Media and Communication Arts

"Every finance company is here in New York, accounting companies, so I thought there are a lot of opportunities here. The companies are constantly coming to Pace to recruit, to look for, students.”
—Kristhy Jimenez ’14
BBA in Accounting/MS in Financial Management

A graduate fair will also be held in PLV during the spring semester.