Local Students From Hudson County Work Toward Degrees at Pace University


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NEW YORK , NY (11/30/2011)(readMedia)– The following students have declared majors at Pace University in New York this fall: Elizabeth  Anwar from Hoboken is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Public Accounting.

Lauren Docktor from Hoboken is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Psychology. See more students

Alexandra Kridel from Hoboken is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Matriculated with Conditions.

Nicholas Lucignano from Hoboken is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Public Accounting.

Sujing  Ran from Hoboken is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Public Accounting.

Matthew Gabriel from Kearny is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Public Accounting.

Matthew Murphy from Kearny is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Public Accounting.

Kristen Hamue from Weehawken is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Mrktng:Advertising & Promotion.

Tracy Holloway from Weehawken is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Business Studies.

Alexandra Silver from Weehawken is a junior this fall at Pace University’s Pleasantville campus and has decided to major in Communications.

Tracie  Walker from Secaucus is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Communication Studies.

Nick Castello from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Criminal Justice.

Nicolay Denisov from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Finance.

Jamie Pham from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Mgt: Business Management.

Caragh Barry from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Modern Language and Cultures.

Madelyn Farris from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Acting.

Po-Yin Chang from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Mrktng: Marketing Management.

Ruo Jia from Jersey city is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Finance.

Sudeep Mallipattu from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Public Accounting.

Faina Patel from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Criminal Justice.

Cheng Song from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Business Economics.

QiongWen Zhang from Jersey City is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Mrktng: Marketing Management.

Pace University is recognized for professionally-oriented programs in business, law, arts and sciences, information technology, education, and nursing, with a core curriculum based in the liberal arts.

This September Pace enrolled the highest number of new undergraduates in the last ten years at its campuses in New York City and Westchester County, New York. Last year, Businessweek ranked Pace among the top 50 colleges and universities in the U.S. in 2008 for graduates with the highest earning potential; its career services program is the largest in the metropolitan area. For the third year in a row, Pace earned a spot on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for its commitment to service-learning and civic engagement.

Pace has produced thinking professionals since 1906 by providing high quality education for the professions on a firm base of liberal learning amid the advantages of the New York metropolitan area. A private university, Pace has campuses in New York City and Westchester County, New York, enrolling nearly 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in its Lubin School of Business, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Professions, School of Education, School of Law, and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems.

 

 

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