Online and Blended Degree Programs
The Pace Online Bachelor's degree completion program is designed for busy people who can't attend a university full-time, but are committed to finishing their bachelor's degree and increasing their earning power. To learn more about what the Pace Online program has to offer, please visit the Pace Online Degree Completion web site, or select from the degrees listed below.
- B.B.A. in Business Studies
- B.S. in Professional Communication Studies
- B.S. in Professional Technology Studies
- B.S. in Nursing Completion Program for RNs
- A.A. in Arts and Sciences
B.S. in Professional Technology Studies w/concentration in Telecommunications- NACTEL Program
The B.S. in Professional Technology Studies is a unique program offered in conjunction with the National Coalition for Telecommunications Education and Learning (NACTEL). This part-time program allows working professionals who have earned at least 60-64 credits to complete a bachelor's degree through a flexible, online program. For more information and application requirements, please visit the Pace/NACTEL Bachelor of Science Program web page. Please note that due to the unique nature of this program, applications are submitted through a separate online application system accessible via the Pace/NACTEL web page.
Online and Blended Graduate Degree Programs
Pace University offers online and blended learning (online and in-class) graduate degree programs in the following:
- Doctor of Professional Studies in Computing
- Executive Doctoral Program in Business
- Executive MBA (EMBA)
- MPA in Public Administration
- MS in Finance for Professionals
- MS in Internet Technology
- MA in Management for Public Safety & Homeland Security Professionals
- MS in Physician Assistant Studies Completion Program
- MS in Publishing
Degrees for Adult Students
In addition to the many undergraduate degrees offered at Pace, several degrees were designed specifically to meet the needs of students returning to school and complement prior learning gained outside of a formal academic setting. Nontraditional adult students applying to these degree programs may earn up to 36 credits through Experiential Learning Assessment (ELA). (The standard degree programs at Pace allow a maximum of 15 credits from the ELA process.) Additionally, students in these programs may have the opportunity to take many of their courses online using Web-based instruction. The part-time tuition rate for non-degree and visiting part-time students is listed on the tuition page.
Degrees designed specifically for adults are:
- Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Professional Computer Studies
- Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business
At Pace University, non-degree and visiting students can register for undergraduate courses at both our Westchester and New York City locations. You may browse course offerings by viewing the class schedule. The part-time tuition rate for non-degree and visiting part-time students is listed on the tuition page.
Semester start dates are as follows:
Spring 2019 - Monday, January 28, 2019
Summer I - Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Summer II - Monday, July 15, 2019
Fall 2019 - Wednesday, September 4, 2019
View the application process for visiting and adult students.
Certificate Programs (undergraduate)
Pace University offers undergraduate certificates in a variety of subject areas. Certificate programs can be completed either by degree-seeking students, or by non-degree students. All courses offered as a part of the certificate program can be applied toward a Pace University undergraduate degree. Online certificate programs are also available. View the complete list of undergraduate certificates.
Students who have not completed their high school education or have not taken the General Equivalency Diploma (GED) exam are eligible to enroll in this program. By completing the 25 credits in this program, with an overall grade point average of "C" (2.0), students are granted their GED and allowed to matriculate into a degree program. For more information visit the GED Program web page.
With CLEP a student can earn college credit for what he or she already knows by passing a 90-minute examination. CLEP examinations measure knowledge of the material usually covered in various classes during the first two years of college. Visit the CLEP website to find an open test center near you.
Click to view a list of Pace University's Required CLEP scores (PDF) and the course credits awarded for each CLEP exam.