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 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.
1) Who are you working with this summer? (…and what do they do?) I am currently interning at MetLife Insurances, NY as an IT Internal Audit Intern. MetLife is one of the global providers of insurance, annuities, and employee benefit programs, with 90 million customers in over 60 countries. MetLife is the largest life insurer […]
It is our greatest pleasure to announce that Pace University has named Dr. Jonathan Hill as the Interim Dean for the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. Dr. Hill has been at the roots of this flourishing Seidenberg community for over a decade, and as Dean, we’re sure that his passion and ingenuity […]
1. Who are you working with this summer? (…and what do they do?) I am working for Google at their New York office this summer and they do a lot. 2. Can you tell us a little about what you are doing? (We might not understand the technicalities, but we’d love details!) I am an […]
In a little over a fortnight, Pace university will be hosting Agile NYC again, this time for its 6th annual Agile Day. On September 17th, the day-long event will feature workshops, talks, and exercises that all aim to teach and promote ‘agile methodologies,’ a working methodology that is used in many of the workplaces where […]
At the same New York Virtual Reality Meetup mentioned in the previous blog post, Seidenberg students Avery Leider and Harpreet Singh Wasan were able to interview a few of the other attendees and founders to pick their brains about the VR industry as it’s suddenly growing as software and hardware are becoming easier to access by […]