Equip yourself with a solid foundation in criminal justice and other related disciplines that give you the opportunity to concentrate on either law enforcement or courts and correction.
Social Sciences Departments in Dyson
The rigor of our Economics major and minor programs will enable you to successfully compete in an ever more challenging world; yet they are flexible enough to allow you to meet your individual educational goals.
The Environmental Studies and Science department is committed to developing the skills you need to tackle big challenges like climate change, toxic waste cleanup, conservation, and environmental injustice.
The Modern Languages and Culture Department offers a wide variety of courses in nine languages and cultures as well as numerous study abroad opportunities.
The Political Science department combines fundamental political theories with authentic experiences that bring these concepts to life. You’ll connect with real policymakers, engage in stimulating discussions on a wide breadth of political and social issues and sharpen your critical thinking skills to prepare you in a number of fast-growing related fields.
As a Pace University psychology student, you’ll find a variety of opportunities for diverse research, networking, and lifelong friendship. Our faculty members are active researchers, scholars, and practitioners, and they encourage student collaboration and engagement with their work.
As a student of the Pleasantville Psychology Department, you will start with basic preparatory courses, then proceed to have an opportunity learn how to do truly interesting research in such areas as human motivation and to present your work at regional professional conferences.
Our unique blend of intriguing coursework, challenging research, and rewarding internships will provide you with a dynamic and practical understanding of the diverse social and cultural world in which we live.
The Women's and Gender Studies department offers students a space through which to explore and inform social justice initiatives both within and outside of the University system.