Pace University accepts AP or IB credits from high schools, as well as college-credit coursework earned before acceptance and enrollment at Pace. In addition, Pace also offers several for-credit programs to high school students during the summer.
AP and IB Credits
Pace University is a participant in the Advanced Placement Program of the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB), which encourages students to take college-level courses while attending secondary school. If you achieve satisfactory scores on the AP Tests of CEEB, you may request advanced placement and for-college credits. After reviewing your record and test scores, the Office of Admissions will determine your eligibility for advanced placement and/or the amount of credit earned toward your degree.
You may gain advanced standing at Pace through the CEEB AP Examinations. In general, if you score a 4 or higher on an AP examination, you are granted college credit. The AP Computer Science test requires a score of 3 or better to receive college credit. For a full list of Pace’s AP Test score requirements, visit the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences’s AP Exam Equivalencies page.
Pace also recognizes the demanding pre-university course of study involved with the International Baccalaureate (IB). Students may gain advanced standing at Pace for higher level (HL) subjects.
College Coursework Credit
If you have taken college-level courses at a local college or university while attending high school you may receive transfer credits. Please make sure you have an official college transcript sent to Pace University.
Summer Experience with the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information
Interested in computer science and information technology? Apply your knowledge to real-life situations. Spend a week at Pace and work with a small group of peers, Pace students, professors and administrators on exciting projects with popular LEGO robotics computing tools, and create a software design that addresses the challenges and opportunities in search for alternative energies and renewable resources.