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Undergraduate Admission

Make the Most of your Summer with Pace University

High School Bridge - Summer Program 

The High School Bridge - Summer Program at Pace University is a program that gives high school juniors and seniors, who are in good academic standing, the opportunity to take one for-credit 100-level course at Pace University over the summer! To view the current course schedule and availability, visit our Schedule Explorer.

Tuition:
The tuition is $150 per credit hour and courses may be taken during either the fall, spring or summer semester.  SPECIAL COURSE FEES MAY APPLY.

Application/Registration Procedure:
Students must electronically submit an online application, an official high school transcript, and a letter of recommendation (PDF) from their school counselor. Applicants who are eligible for admission (must be in good academic standing with 85% or higher GPA) will be notified by the Office of Undergraduate Admission. A bill will be sent electronically after course registration.

Application materials should emailed to highschoolbridge@pace.edu.

Questions about our High School Bridge program? Contact highschoolbridge@pace.edu.


Available For-Credit Summer Bridge Courses

Course registration based on class availability.

Summer I: Tuesday, May 26, 2020 – Saturday, July 11, 2020 (6 weeks)

ANT 101: Introduction to Anthropology
CIS 101: Introduction to Computing
CRJ 150: Introduction to Criminal Justice
HIS 107: World Civilization I
LAW 150: Business Law I
MAT 131: Calculus I
MAT 234: Introduction to Probability and Statistical Analysis
MGT 150: Managerial Organizational Concepts
PSY 112: Introduction to Psychology
RES 106: Religions of the Globe
SCI 101: The Planet Earth
SCI 150: Astronomy
SOC 102: Introduction to Sociology
SPA 101: Elementary College Spanish I

Summer II: Monday, July 13, 2020 – Saturday, August 22, 2020 (6 weeks)

ANT 101: Introduction to Anthropology
CIS 101: Introduction to Computing
ECO 105: Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics
LAW 150: Business Law I
MAT 132: Calculus II
MGT 150: Managerial Organizational Concepts
POL 111: American Government and Political Institutions
PSY 112: Introduction to Psychology
SCI 101: The Planet Earth
SCI 150: Astronomy
SOC 102: Introduction to Sociology