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Instead of reporting from your desk, how about reporting from the field? Students of Professor Maria Luskay's Media and Communications Arts class, like { Pedro Rivera '12, Communications }, recently traveled to Amsterdam to help make a documentary about the American Ambassador. With average class sizes of 23 students, Pace professors have the time to focus on individuals and provide unique opportunities such as this.6

You'll never lose sight of your end goal-your professors won't let you. They'll push you to excel beyond your own expectations. They'll challenge you at every turn to think, feel, experience, debate, and listen. They'll be your sounding board, your mentor, your counselor, and your friend. But then again, they have the perfect setting: the Pace classroom. It's inspiring, interactive, and challenging.Every day, Pace offers real-life lessons that will leave you feeling proud, confident, and equipped with the tools and experience to succeed in life. It's not surprising. Our rigorous academics prepare you to take on the world.The Pace academic experience prepares you for the greatest test of all-the day you graduate and start your first professional job.7Observe, question, test, conclude-examine the world in new ways with professors at the forefront of their fields, like Joe Ryan, criminal justice and homeland security professor, who served on the 9/11 Commission.