Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
Welcome to Seidenberg - the coolest computing school in America
The truth is, you just won’t be able to tell how staggeringly awesome Seidenberg is until you first step through our doors. There’s just something in the air... or the water… or maybe in the New York pizza we get delivered every Wednesday (and sometimes Fridays, too). Whatever it is, you’ll know you’re home within seconds of getting here.
Seidenberg isn’t just a school with industry-leading academic programs that gear our students toward amazing careers in technology - it’s a community too. A community where you’ll meet new friends at the start of your program, but leave with family at the end. A place where you can find support and the kind of mentoring that will turn your university career into something truly rewarding. Whatever your interest, we have the programs and the faculty that will help you master it.
Don’t just take our word for it – come visit us! We’re always happy to meet prospective students and introduce them to the mysterious awesomeness that is our school. But if you’re already convinced, apply today to get the ball rolling on a thorough education that will lead to a fantastic career.
This year’s Seidenberg School’s Leadership and Service in Technology Award Reception honored not one but two distinguished individuals in the field of technology. On June 22, 2015, Seidenberg School Dean Dr. Amar Gupta gave awards to President and COO at GE Capital, Thomas Gentile, and President of Tata Consultancy Services Limited, Surya Kant. The Leadership […]
Seidenberg recently hosted a conference for women in tech with our friends over at Write/Speak/Code. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite shots from conference! Take a look at what Write/Speak/Code is doing to help make our women the best professionals/creatives/go-getters they can be! Also — we’d like to send out a huge […]
Cynthia Shaw (BS/IT’15, Westchester) is part of Pace’s CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service program. As a perk of the scholarship program, Cynthia had the opportunity to attend the Women in Cyber Security Conference (WiCyS) in Atlanta, Georgia recently. Cynthia reflects on her experience at the conference: ”WiCyS was incredible — an event that all women in computing should be a part of! […]
Graduate Seidenberg student Virali Jhaveri (IS/’16) is a great indicator of how many opportunities are available for students during their time here and even afterward. As we all know, many of our graduate students come from a variety of experiences and fields — with Virali, we’ve seen a bit of what she’s been up to […]
Niamh (pronounced: Neeve) Fitzsimon is freshman computer science and art (studio) double major from San Francisco. She’s Irish, and went to a small all-girls high school where she was forced to program in her freshman year. Niamh’s plan is to go into android mobile app development and work in Europe. Q: This will be your […]