The Pace Cybersecurity Academic Partnership (PCAP) was established in 2012 with support from the National Science Foundation (DUE- 1241585). The PACP objectives are to establish a pipeline of candidates for Pace’s cybersecurity program through collaboration with two-year colleges/programs, and to contribute Pace’s cybersecurity education and research experiences to student activities and faculty development in partner colleges.
PCAP Partners:
PCAP supports a set of academic activities for both students and faculty from Pace and its partner colleges including: student workshops, collaborative research teams, faculty development workshops and a faculty collaborative working group. Articulation agreements between Pace and its partner colleges include tailoring of curriculum to insure compatibility and timely completion of degrees.  To learn more about the program visit the PCAP web site.
Li-Chiou Chen, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Information Technology Department,



Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems is an academic partner of 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 master’s degree programs in Computer Science, Information Systems and Internet Technology. Standard university graduate school application procedures and admissions criteria still apply. View the most recent Memorandum of Understanding between the two institutions.
Andreea Cotoranu, Director of Assessment,

Other Academic Partnerships

Our academic partnerships with other colleges go beyond the local level. We collaborate with national and international institutions in order to achieve a high standard of excellence - and to share it with others. 


Industry Partnerships

Industry partners provide students and faculty with numerous opportunities. We partner with both the public and the private sector for research, development, and student placement for internships and permanent positions.
More information on our industry partnerships.
Darren Hayes, DPS, Assistant Professor, Information Technology Department,