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

  • Major
    New York City, Westchester

    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.

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  • Major
    New York City, Westchester

    Are you looking to reimagine your career, and move into the rapidly expanding field of nursing? The Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is designed for people with non-nursing degrees who want to transition into a career where they can make a major difference in the lives of others—and their own.

  • Major
    Westchester

    The need for nurses is greater than ever. In these historic times, nurses are still the most trusted profession. With a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Pace’s Lienhard School of Nursing, you will make a difference in your life and the patients and families you serve.

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  • Major
    Online

    Healthcare employers are seeking BS-qualified nurses. With our flexible online accelerated program, you can prepare yourself to meet this growing demand

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  • Minor
    New York City, Westchester

    The Public Health Minor is designed for students interested in pursuing careers that focus on improving public health. Current Health Science, Environmental Studies & Science, Biology, and Psychology majors are particularly suited for this area of study as well as students from all majors with an interest in public health.

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