April 2007

Pace University offers flexible degrees for today's IT professional.

In keeping pace with the demand for responsive computing professionals in the ever-changing and expanding field of IT, Pace's Ivan G. Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems offers an MS in Internet Technology.

The MS in IT is a broadly based interdisciplinary degree that provides a solid foundation in Internet Technology while allowing the student to pursue a concentration or knowledge area in a complementary discipline or emerging technology.  Currently, there are five concentrations/knowledge areas available:  Security and Information Assurance, Open Source Application Development, Web Development, Network Administration, and Telecommunications Management.  Others will be added as the need evolves.  The Security and Information Assurance and Web Development programs are available online.  The individual concentrations/knowledge areas, with the exception of Open Source Application Development, are also available as independent advanced certificates.


Alumni in Action
Angela Kong '90, '95
with Jerry Lee Lewis at
Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum

Entering students need not hold an undergraduate degree in a computer-related discipline or have experience in the chosen concentration.  They may begin their core requirements immediately upon starting the program.

For more information, contact a Seidenberg academic adviser:

New York City Campus:
             kbrazaitis@pace.edu or (212) 346-1017

White PlainsCampus:
             pbrogan@pace.edu  or  (914) 773-3662