Combined Degree Programs

There are a multitude of combined degree program options for students to complete their undergraduate and graduate degrees in less time than traditional programs. Programs include:

BA in Environmental Studies/JD in Law

Pace offers qualified students an opportunity to focus their undergraduate study on an area of interest and then apply it to law in this accelerated six-year program. Students should note that Pace Law School is home to the internationally recognized Environmental Law program. Environmental Litigation Clinic allows students to participate in litigation relating to the environment, such as the Hudson River System whose waters are protected by Riverkeeper Inc., a public interest group.

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BA in Environmental Studies/MPA

Environmental Studies majors may consider this accelerated dual-degree undergraduate / graduate program that will prepare students for leadership and management positions in government, health care, and nonprofit organizations by integrating relevant theory with practice. Full-time students may complete this program in five years, thus saving one year of full-time study by taking 12 graduate credits in their undergraduate senior year.

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BA in Environmental Studies/MA in Environmental Policy

The BA/MA Environmental Policy program combines the curriculum of the Environmental Studies Major and the Environmental Policy Masters to allow students to earn both a BA and MA degree with only one additional year of school. This five-year combined degree program will give students the knowledge and skills needed to obtain employment as a policy analyst, advocate, or manager in an environmental or related field.

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BS in Biology/MS in Environmental Science

The BS in Biology/MS in Environmental Science program helps you apply your background in biology to examine and apply solutions to a variety of environmental problems. By combining science and policy courses, you will gain the expertise necessary to address the many complex environmental challenges facing today's world.

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