Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems

Welcome to the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
 
More and more scholars are choosing the Seidenberg School to receive an education in computer science, information technology, information systems and more. 
 
Why? 
 
It could be the detailed education you’ll enjoy through industry-leading academic programs. It could be the involved and experienced faculty who work hard to give you a rewarding, edifying experience, in the class room, in one-to-one meetings, and online.
 
It could be our two impressive locations: picturesque Pleasantville, where a traditional college campus awaits students looking for that quintessential experience – while a multitude of tech business and internship opportunities abound nearby – and New York City, in the heart of the bustling Financial District, where the technology scene thrums with life.
 
Or perhaps it’s our unique community built on support, mentoring and camaraderie, where you’ll start your program with new friends, but leave with family.
 
Okay, maybe it's all of the above. The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems isn’t like other schools – so come find out for yourself! Join us and apply today for a program that will put you on track to a fantastic career. 
 
 
As a student in the Seidenberg School you have ample opportunities for professional and personal development, and adventure! Along these lines, a Seidenberg team attended the 2016 Women in Cybersecurity Conference (WiCyS) in Dallas, TX last week. The team, comprised of amazing students pursuing degrees with a cybersecurity focus, included Alexa Piccoli (MS/CS’16), Norissa Lamaute … Continue reading Seidenberg hits the 2016 Women in Cybersecurity Conference
  by Ariana Sajnani Recently, I had the privilege to interview computer science students from Pace University who have been working relentlessly, in collaboration with architecture students from NYIT, on a project called AppDock. Their main focus is to provide opportunities to developing countries with a way to understand and use mobile apps that can … Continue reading Pace Mobile Lab brings mobile technologies to developing countries with AppDock
The first annual New York City Conference for Women Computer Science Students took place at the Microsoft Headquarters in New York City on April 1, 2016.  The Seidenberg School, a strong supporter of Women in Technology (WIT@Pace) was represented at this historic event by computer science undergraduates Karishma Saini (BS/CS’18) and Rohana Sosa (BS/CS’19). I enjoyed the … Continue reading Seidenberg students represent at the Conference for Women Computer Science Students
Friday February 26 was a great day at Pace University as hundreds of high school and college students participated at the second annual Westchester SMART Mobile App Development Bowl. This year’s kickoff event was bigger than ever, with around 260 contestants from 36 high schools and colleges coming together to design mobile applications for senior … Continue reading Teens design mobile apps for senior citizens at 2nd annual Mobile App Development Bowl
Hey, you! Interested in an event at none other than IBM this month? Want to learn a useful new skill? Then check out this workshop! WHAT: IBM Design Thinking Design thinking is a human centered approach to complex problem solving. Sounds complicated, but it’s actually a great way of making solving problems simpler. In this … Continue reading Learn design thinking with IBM