degree completion and online programs

#1 in U.S. for Online Bachelor's Programs


iPace, Pace’s online undergraduate degree completion program launched in fall 2011, gives students the option to complete their degrees in business studies, nursing, professional communication studies, and professional technology studies in fully online and hybrid online and in-person programs (in NYC or White Plains) that meet the needs of busy people who cannot attend traditionally designed degree programs.

Using web chats and other real-time online events that allow students to feel like they are part of a class, cutting edge web-based technology such as ePortfolios, synchronous collaborative web tools, and a collaboration with iTunes, and optional in-person meetings to provide valuable interactions with fellow students and professors, Pace has garnered national recognition, with U.S. News & World Report ranking Pace #1 in the nation for online undergraduate degree programs and #1 for online degree programs for veterans.

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Online Programs

In addition to iPace, online courses are offered by all of Pace University’s schools including the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Lubin School of Business, and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems.

Classes are recorded and archived online, so students can access lecture material at their own convenience. Pace University also offers a variety of student resources including online tutoring services, online library services, video tutorials on using online tools, and more.

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Balance work and family

"iPace was attractive to me because I felt it was a high-quality program that allowed me to be a full-time employee—as well as a full-time mom—and still be able complete my degree,” says Professional Communications Studies major Laura Acloque-Charles ’14. “It allows me to give my studies 100 percent because I’m able to do what I have to do in my home life and get that done without having the pressure of being in the classroom."