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Maybe you know exactly what you want to study, or maybe you don't. We've got programs to match your field of interest and level of study. Browse our programs or let us match you with some options.

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Reach Higher

Pace is all about getting you where you want to go. Small classes. Personal mentorship. Powerful academic support. A real-world, future-forward curriculum. And every opportunity to learn by doing—because experience matters.

Continuing and Professional Education

It's never too late to get ahead. Whether you are looking to enhance your skills, change your career, or boost your resume,  we have the continuing education courses, certificate programs, badges, and professional training opportunities for you.

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They Reached Higher

Mackenzie had never coded when she came to Pace. Now she’s a software developer at Microsoft. See how she got there.

As Hillary Clinton’s executive assistant, Opal is living the dream she started building at Pace: She’s making an impact.

Experience gives Pace nursing students a leg up. Just ask Henry. In two years, he worked in four clinical settings.

Start a global fashion brand—as a freshman. Greg did exactly that. Now his brand is in 50 states and 40+ countries.

At Pace, Kyle Igarta ’21 discovered a path that embraced his background in competitive dance and his interest in business. As an arts and entertainment management and business analytics double major, Kyle has a foot in both worlds, with internships spanning Broadway to Wall Street.

Research at Work

Tatyana’s work on the Gotham Coyote Project with Professor Toomey examines how Coyotes⁠ are perceived in her own neighborhood—The⁠ Bronx. She hopes the work they’re doing will make⁠ residents aware that even though they’re in an⁠ urban environment, they’re still in a shared habitat⁠ with wildlife. When she’s not studying Coyotes?⁠ Reading, interning with EPA, Animal Crossing, and⁠ volunteering for the census.

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