Education that Inspires
New York City’s thriving higher education sector fuels the economy with jobs and talent while driving innovation and entrepreneurship in emerging industries. Attracting top-notch students and faculty from around the world, New York City universities leverage their talent and institutional resources to support educational and economic development. Pace University is committed to making the impact of that development as powerful and positive as possible—on our students, graduates, neighbors, businesses, and the world.
With a wide range of programs, Pace’s Lubin School of Business educates students with its unique blend of theory and practice. Lubin is known for its leadership in the accounting industry, its entrepreneurial focus, and its nationally competitive teams. Lubin alumni fill important positions at leading downtown organizations, including the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve, Big Four accounting firms, and Fortune 500 companies.
With more than 50 majors in the arts, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and natural sciences, Pace’s Dyson College of Arts and Sciences provides a high-quality liberal arts education combined with preparation for professional achievement. From Forensic Science, Criminal Justice, and Chemistry, to Psychology, Musical Theater, and Communications, Dyson programs are designed to help students improve their understanding of our complex world.
Pace’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems prepares men and women for success in the dynamic information age. Core to its mission is teaching students to develop technologies that empower people. Through Seidenberg’s service-learning courses, more than 700 students each year use technology to help K-12 students, people with disabilities, the elderly, small business owners, and non-profit organizations.
For more than 40 years, Pace’s School of Education has prepared students to meet the requirements for teaching certification and to be agents of change in their communities. The School of Education partners with more than 130 elementary, middle, and high schools throughout New York City and currently has more than 240 candidates as “teachers of record” in high-need subject areas such as science and special education in the NYC schools.
The College of Health Professions, which comprises the Lienhard School of Nursing and Pace University-Lenox Hill Hospital Physician Assistant (PA) Program, challenges students of the health professions to be innovators and leaders who will positively impact global health care. As the demand for health care workers continues to grow, Pace has excelled at equipping students to meet the changing needs of the system: 2011 PA graduates who took the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants certifying examination earned a 100 percent pass rate; and in the first quarter of 2012 Lienhard nursing students scored a 100 percent pass rate on the recent National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses.
The hallmarks of Pace Law School include experiential learning, faculty mentoring, rigorous skills training and world-class programs, including its environmental law program, consistently ranked number three in the country by U.S. News & World Report, and its Criminal Justice Center, Public Interest Law Center, and Kheel Center on Dispute Resolution. Its more than 7,000 alumni are highly experienced innovators with astute legal minds, many of whom are employed throughout the tri-state area.