Colloge of Health Professions student working with a patient in a clinical setting.

Health Sciences

Be A Healthcare Changemaker

Be part of the exciting, evolving focus on population healthcare. Understand the behavioral, contextual, and societal determinants that impact community and global health. Choose from three tracks—Generalist, Pre-Nursing, or Pre-Physician Assistant—and participate in areas of concentration in Global Health and/or Health Policy and Advocacy. Graduate prepared to make a difference.

Six of the 10

fastest growing occupations are related to healthcare. (Source: US Bureau of Labor Statics)

Top 9%

of US colleges that provide the best return on tuition investment (Source: Payscale.com)

8,000+

Internships, Co-ops Practicums Field Experiences and Clinicals completed by Pace students each year.

Make a Difference in People’s Lives

Our Students Succeed

Our graduates go on to fulfilling careers as healthcare administrators, educators, and healthcare professionals in a variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, physician practices, and community health centers.

Whether you want to become a health care practitioner, administrator, advocate, educator or policy-maker, you will learn how to recognize health-related problems and how solutions are sought.

female pace student in working in a hospital

Customize the program to you career aspirations

Choose from one of three tracks: Generalist, pre-nursing preparation, and pre-physician assistant preparation.

Select Two areas of Concentration

Participate in in-depth learning in up to two areas of concentration: Global Health (GH) and/or Health Policy and Advocacy (HP&A).

Small class sizes

We offer small class sizes with inter-professional collaborations giving students to opportunity to work with other departments and programs apart of the College of Health Professions.

State-of-the-art Facilities

The Sectra Visualization table is a unique anatomy simulator that allows students to virtually explore 3-D human body images.

Student and faculty working around the SECTRA table.