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PsychologyDyson offers a variety of psychology degrees on its New York City Campus to help you meet your professional and personal goals. The MA in Psychology provides students with general master's level preparation in psychology and allows students to explore a range of areas through elective offerings such as forensic psychology and personnel psychology. The MSEd in School Psychology and the MSEd in School Psychology Bilingual Specialization prepare students to provide psychoeducational services in school settings through a unique professional practice training program, which includes one-year internships. The PsyD in School-Clinical Psychology integrates field experience with academic preparation within a practitioner-scholar training model, and prepares students to provide direct and indirect services from a variety of theoretical perspectives. n Gain real-world experience-Students learn at a variety of community, mental health, hospital, and school settings across the New York Metropolitan Area.n Practice at Pace's own on-site clinical facility-The Thomas J. McShane Center for Psychological Services allows students to work alongside a licensed psychologist to provide quality, affordable psychotherapy to community residents and University staff and students.Nationally accredited.Nationally recognized.Dyson's PsyD degree is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), and is one of only 10 nationwide recognized as a combined professional-scientific doctoral program by the APA.MA in Psychology | MSEd in School Psychology | PsyD in School-Clinical Psychology See full curriculum on page 23www.pace.edu/dyson/psychnycDyson College of Arts and Sciences 9Graduate Programs

Public Safety and Homeland SecurityOur MA in Management for Public Safety and Homeland Security Professionals prepares students to meet the challenges we face in a post-9/11 world, including preventing crime and terrorist attacks, protecting against human and natural hazards, and managing large-scale safety plans for both the public and private sectors. n Fast and flexible-The program can be completed in two years from the convenience of your home or office, with the majority of coursework online and only six on-campus weekend residencies. n Developed and taught by leaders in the field-Our faculty members are at the forefront of the profession, with diverse backgrounds and experiences with a variety of organizations, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA); state and local police, fire, and public health organizations; and corporate security firms. n Unique programming, unique partnerships-One of the select few universities to partner with the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security, giving students access to their curriculum, distance learning technology, Homeland Security Digital Library, and other resources. "Leadership is important in all situations. But equally, if not more important, are managers who know how to use their expertise and use transferable skills to address any situation." -Joseph F. Ryan, PhD,Professor and Chair of the Homeland Security and Public Safety program, is a national expert on community policing. A 25-year veteran of the New York City Police Department, he has acted as an expert on police management, community policing, and on preparedness strategies for all hazards.MA in Management for Public Safety and Homeland Security ProfessionalsSee full curriculum on page 19www.pace.edu/homelandsecurity10Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs