Find Your Program : Program Finder Undergraduate

Find Your Program

If you know what you want to major in, that’s great — go ahead and browse our listings. But it’s OK not to know, too. We’ll help you find a good match based on your interests.

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Undergraduate Programs

  • Minor
    New York City, Westchester
  • Major
    New York City

    The BA in American Studies is an interdisciplinary and individualized degree in the social and cultural analysis of the United States and its borderlands. Through coursework and independent projects, you will learn to exercise the freedom to develop your own areas of expertise and pursue answers to your own questions about American ideals and contradictions.

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    New York City
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  • Major
    New York City, Westchester

    Help others find their path. A degree in applied psychology and human relations will allow you to support people in improving their lives while setting you on a satisfying career trajectory in counseling or clinical psychology. You’ll learn to understand human behavior and apply scientific methods and counseling skills to assist others.

  • Major
    New York City

    Our Art History BA offers courses in the major periods of Western Art History, as well as Latin American Art History, African Art History, and Asian Art History. Making maximum use of the city's resources, classes regularly visit museums and galleries where works of art are examined and experienced firsthand.

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    New York City
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  • Major
    New York City

    Put yourself in position for an impactful career in a wide array of scientific fields. Pace University’s BS in Behavioral Neuroscience provides you with a highly valued and interdisciplinary training in one of the fastest growing fields today.

  • Major
    Westchester

    Our BA in Biological Psychology combines psychology and biology curricula into one integrated and interdisciplinary program, providing you with in-depth knowledge of the biological systems that underpin all psychological functions.

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  • Major
    New York City, Westchester

    Get a degree that will prepare you to solve today and tomorrow’s complex business problems. By combining economic theory with practical financial studies, this program will prepare you for employment in a variety of business fields including finance, banking, planning, management, government, and teaching.

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  • Minor
    New York City, Westchester
  • Major
    New York City

    Communication Studies brings together dynamic fields of public communication and mass media in the city where these elements live. By enrolling in this program, you will explore professional communications and media industries that exist at the cross section of leadership, creativity, and social change, while learning to hone advanced skillsets in self-expression. From the interpersonal to the digital, social media to public advocacy, journalism to organizational communication, the Communication Studies degree readies this next generation to be tomorrow’s changemakers.

  • Minor
    Westchester
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    New York City, Westchester
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  • Combined Degree
    New York City, Westchester

    The field of law spans many disciplines and welcomes new perspectives. In this dual-degree program - Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in a major listed below/Juris Doctor, Pace offers qualified students an opportunity to focus their undergraduate study on an area of interest and then apply it to law.  This is an accelerated six-year program.

  • Major
    New York City, Westchester

    With your BS in Criminal Justice, you can build a career path in private sector security or law enforcement—two fields that are always growing. Pace’s program equips you 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.

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