Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s Degrees and Certificates

Associate Degrees

Associate in Science in Applied Information Technology, Telecommunications Degree

The telecom sector continues to be at the epicenter for growth, innovation, and disruption for virtually any industry. – Deloitt

64 Credits

Associate in Science in Applied Information Technology, Wireless Technologies Track

Today, 4G wireless technologies and connected devices provide a glimpse into the impact that 5G, the next generation of wireless connectivity.

64 Credits

Associate in Science in Applied Information Technology, Cyber Track

This degree builds upon a liberal arts core with major courses developed to focus on cyber security.  This initiative has created new opportunities for technicians in the field of cyber security.

64 Credits

Associate in Science in Applied Information Technology, Networking Technologies Track

The industry is characterized by brisk technological change, rapidly progressing products, high-speed connectivity, and evolving industry standards.

64 Credits

Associate in Science In Applied Information Technology, Mobile Technologies Track

The next generation of smartphones will be context-aware, taking advantage of the growing availability of embedded physical sensors.

64 Credits

Bachelor’s Degrees

Bachelor of Science in Professional Technology Studies, Business Technology Leadership

A student must complete a minimum of 56 credits at Pace University which includes 10 major courses (36 credits) and 5-7 university core (general education) courses (20-28 credits).

120 Credits

Bachelor of Business Administration

A student must complete a minimum of 56 credits at Pace University which includes 10 major courses (36 credits) and 5-7 university core (general education) courses (20-28 credits).

120 Credits

Bachelor of Science in Professional Technology Studies, Telecommunications

A student must complete a minimum of 56 credits at Pace University which includes 10 major courses (36 credits) and 5-7 university core (general education) courses (20-28 credits).

120 Credits

Master’s Degrees

Master of Science in Information Technology, Cybersecurity concentration

A student must complete a minimum of 30 credits at Pace University which includes 10 major courses (36 credits) and 5-7 university core (general education) courses (20-28 credits).

30 Credits

Master of Science in Information Technology, Network Administration

A student must complete a minimum of 30 credits at Pace University which includes 10 major courses (36 credits) and 5-7 university core (general education) courses (20-28 credits).

30 Credits

Certificates

Advanced Certificate in Emerging Telecommunications Technology

This certificate, offered by Pace University, addresses the needs of the experienced student who has already completed his/her associate’s level education

20 Credits

Associate Level Certificates

The Introduction to Telecommunications Certificate is designed to provide you with entry-level knowledge of the telecommunications industry.

5 Certificates

Badges

Level 1 Badge: Telecom Essentials

This badge (8 Credits) is designed to provide you with entry-level knowledge of the telecommunications industry. This badge is required to move on to Level 2 or 3 badges. You may apply for this badge after completing the required courses regardless of whether or not you choose to continue on and earn your Associate of Science in Applied Information Technology Degree.

Level 2 Badge: IT Skills

This badge (6 credits) introduces students to intermediate concepts and applications that provide production level skills for the workplace. This six credit intermediate badge supports the skills needs for more advanced badges.

Level 3 Badge: Telecom Technologies

This badge (16 credits) introduces students to intermediate concepts and applications of Mobile technologies. This is an intermediate badge program and the Telecom Core Badge has to be completed prior to taking this badge.

Requires Telecom Core Badge.

The credits earned in the Telecom Technologies Badge can be applied to the BS Degree in Telecom

Level 3 Badge: Data Analytics

This badge (11 credits) introduces the students to intermediate data analytics concepts, including python programming, database, statistical analyses. Upon completing this badge, the student can compete for intermediate and advanced positions in the telecommunications industry.

Requires Telecom Core Badge

Level 2 Badge: Telecom Core

This badge (12 credits) is designed to provide you with basic knowledge of the electronics needed for a complete understanding of the telecommunications industry. You may apply for this badge after completing the required courses regardless of whether or not you choose to continue on and earn your Associate of Science in Applied Information Technology, Telecommunications Degree.

Level 2 Badge: IT Core

This badge (8 credits) introduces students to the core IT skills (8 credits) needed to work with intermediate networking and security systems. Upon completing this badge, the student can compete for intermediate positions in the networking and security field.

Level 3 Badge: Networking Technologies

This badge (11 credits) provides advance study of networking concepts, including math, computing, communication, and software designed networking and cloud computing and advanced security. Upon completing this badge, the student can compete for entry-level technical positions.

Requires IT Core and Telecom Core Badge

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