Online and Non-Traditional Programs
Technology for Human Empowerment
In keeping with Pace's motto Opportunitas, The Seidenberg School is proud to offer online degrees at every level.
The Doctor of Professional Studies in Computing degree employs two modes of study: monthly on-campus weekend residencies and asynchronous study via a variety of Internet technologies. There are two doctoral cohorts: one for computing and IT professionals and another for education professionals.
The MS in Internet Technology is offered in a blended mode online and on-site, combined. It is a broadly based interdisciplinary degree providing a solid foundation in Internet Technology while allowing the student to pursue a concentration in a complementary discipline or emerging technology. Online concentration options include Security and Information Assurance, and Internet Technology for e-Commerce. A Network Administration concentration is offered exclusively on site.
Available online and on campus, the Enterprise Analytics MS degree aims at producing quality analytics and data science professionals who master the modern enterprise analytics technologies and are ready to apply them in all aspects of business operation.
Our BS in Professional Technology Studies, Telecommunications Concentration is a bachelor's completion program designed for adults who are motivated to learn in an online electronic environment and do not want or are unable to attend traditionally scheduled classes. Students in the program must have an associate's degree or the equivalent and typically also have experience in the workplace.
The iPace B.S. in Professional Technology Studies with a concentration in Computer Forensics is also designed for the adult learner who cannot attend traditional on site classes. The program enables students to master the latest technologies and practices in the high-demand field of computer forensics and prepares them for a career in law enforcement or with a government agency or private company.
Our innovative, award-winning* associate degrees enable telecommunications and network workers located anywhere in the United States to stay ahead of the technology curve in rapidly changing industries.
AS in Applied Information Technology, Telecommunications Concentration*
AS in Applied Information Technology, Networking Technologies Concentration*
AS in Applied Information Technology, Video Technologies Concentration*
AS in Applied Information Technology, Wireless Networking Concentration*
AS in Applied Information Technology, Mobile Technologies Concentration
*2002 Alfred P. Sloan Consortium Effective Practice Award for Excellence in Student Satisfaction.