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

    One of most unique programs in the United States for young actors interested in devised, ensemble work. Based in New York, with a semester abroad, the BA in Acting–International Performance Ensemble (IPE) balances academics and rigorous training in a highly collaborative environment.

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    New York City

    The BFA in Acting combines fundamental and innovative industry-focused training to prepare students for the professional world of theater and film/media acting. Taught by current industry professionals and leaders in the field, our BFA in Acting provides both a nurturing and rigorous environment.

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    New York City

    Acting for Film, Television, Voice-overs, and Commercials (FTVC) re-examines the training of the contemporary actor and media performer from top to bottom. It offers a fresh approach to acting as well as physical and vocal preparation. With studio classes, performance opportunities, and individual attention all in the heart of New York City, Pace Performing Arts’ FTVC major readies the young actor for entry in to today's multi-faceted industry.

  • 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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  • Certificate
    Westchester

    This program is designed to give the student practical experience in fundamental laboratory and research procedures.

  • 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.

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    New York City

    Our BA program provides you with a concentrated program of art and design with a liberal arts education. You can take courses in digital art, graphic design, photography, video production, animation, drawing, painting, sculpture, and art history, allowing you to gain a wide range of experience in the field.

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    New York City

    Our BFA program provides students with a broad introduction to the studio arts through an intensive sequence of courses in various media, followed by comprehensive study in a selected studio area. The degree culminates with the senior capstone course exhibition of a focused body of creative work.

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    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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  • Minor
    New York City
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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
    New York City

    With a BS in Biochemistry, you’ll be able to decode the “language of life,” a skill that can lead to a career in the pharmaceutical, chemical, or food industries. Your degree will demonstrate that you are prepared to advance in any number of career directions, from consumer products to medicine.

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