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We offer vibrant programs with exceptionally high first-time licensure and certification pass rates that lead to successful employment in your chosen healthcare field. Take advantage of many clinical and internship experiences on your path to career success!

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The Center for Excellence in Healthcare Simulation offers state-of-the-art resources and a variety of clinical focused learning opportunities ranging from fundamental skills to high-fidelity simulation.

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Responding to market demands in the surging health and technology space, a new dynamic Health Informatics master's degree has launched to help advance careers while meeting the growing needs of the healthcare sector.

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PhD students Kisha Thompson and Shiyon Mathew represented Pace University College of Health Professions at the Digital Innovators inaugural program.

Go For It

Pace University’s College of Health Professions offers a variety of excellent programs on the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. At CHP, you’ll also find online and hybrid programs designed with the working professional in mind.

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Explore our Campuses

Many of our programs are based on both Pace’s exciting New York City Campus in Lower Manhattan and our verdant 200-acre Pleasantville Campus in Westchester County, with others offering online and hybrid options, or a focus on one campus.

What Can I Study?

The short answer? A lot! From undergraduate nursing and accelerated nursing programs to graduate programs including master’s degrees in communication sciences and disorders, Family Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, a Doctor of Nursing Practice, a PhD in Nursing, as well as multiple advanced certificates, we have what you are looking for.

Hands-On Experience with Patients

Our clinical affiliations with leading hospital systems, urgent care, and other healthcare facilities ensure your preparation if you enter a clinical training program. This hands-on experience with patients meets or exceeds national accreditation standards and helps you gain the experience with future employers so you can quickly find a personally and professionally rewarding job after graduation.

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Access to State-of-the-Art Facilities

Our Centers for Excellence in Healthcare Simulation, located on both campuses, offers the latest in high fidelity clinical simulation technology in a multidisciplinary environment, designed to give you the confidence to succeed.

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Pace People

Chelsea Covino, CHP student at Pace University

"I chose Pace because it had a health science pre-Physician Assistant program where I wouldn’t be taking 'unnecessary' science classes like I would have as a biology major at another university."

Chelsea Covino

Health Science, Pre-Physician Assistant

Brandon Joachim

"I chose Pace for many reasons, such as the very supportive on-campus community, the wonderful connections available, and the convenient location, among other considerations."

Brandon Jeffrey Joachim

Bachelor of Science, Nursing

Skye Six-Osher

“It is important to educate the public about topics such as food insecurity and food assistance programs and how these things impact certain communities."

Skye Six-Osher

Master of Science, Nutrition and Dietetics

Creating Opportunities

The College of Health Professions received a nearly $2 million federal Nursing Workforce Diversity grant to increase educational opportunities and retention rates for first generation college students from underrepresented ethnic and racial minority groups in nursing.

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What's Next?

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