Academic Partnerships

Undergraduate

The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems currently has articulation agreements in IA areas in place with :

All articulation agreements include tailoring of curriculum at both institutions to insure compatibility and timely completion of degrees.

Pace also has an affiliation with Norwalk Community College (Norwalk, Connecticut) and Borough of Manhattan Community College (New York, New York).

Pace’s NACTEL Program has an agreement with the Verizon Next Step Program. The Next Step Program offered by Verizon is an innovative, educational, custom-tailored, skills-based AS in Applied Information Technology with a choice of concentrations including telecommunications, networking technologies, video technologies, and wireless technologies. Any graduate with an AS degree from the Verizon Next Step Program may apply their credits towards the B.S. in Professional Technology Studies offered by NACTEL. Currently there are 28 community colleges associated with the Next Step Program, six of which are technical colleges.

There is a Letter of Intent between Prairie View A&M University, a member of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), and Pace University to share curriculum, faculty and for the reciprocity of credits.

Graduate

Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems is an academic partner with the National Defense University’s Information Resources Management College (iCollege). Through this partnership, Pace University offers graduates of selected iCollege certificate programs enrollment with advanced standing in its masters degree programs in Computer Science, Information Systems and Internet Technology. Standard university graduate school application procedures and admissions criteria still apply. To view the Memorandum of Understanding between the two institutions click here.