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Pace University Brochure by Study Metro

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  1. 1. Your pathway to Pace university 2016–17
  2. 2. Transform your future 06 Pace University 08 Real world experience 10 Life on campus Living in the USA 14 Welcome to New York 16 Your home away from home Global pathways 20 Prepare to succeed 22 Here to support you Undergraduate programs 26 Undergraduate Global Pathways 30 Direct entry to undergraduate degrees Graduate programs 34 Graduate Global Pathways 36 Dyson College of Arts and Sciences 38 Lubin School of Business 40 Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems 42 Direct entry to graduate degrees Next steps 46 Extra information 48 How to apply 49 Application form 51 What’s next? Contents “I am delighted you are considering studying with us. It will provide you with an unforgettable experience, one that will dissolve the borders, not just between our countries, but between you and your bright future ahead. I hope you will join us at Pace — a university like no other.” Stephen J. Friedman President of Pace University
  3. 3. “The thing I enjoy about Pace is its diversity. As an international student on the Global Pathways program, I study with people from all around the world and learn about different cultures. It is really interesting and my English has improved so much since I arrived.” Inna Outtara Cote d’Ivoire Transform your future Studying with or applying through Global Pathways is your best route to success in a bachelor’s or master’s degree at the nationally ranked institution — Pace University. An education for the real world Helping you prepare for a successful career is at the center of Pace’s ideals. Degrees at Pace emphasize the latest professional practice and industry standards relevant to a wide range of career paths. Linked to this, you will also have access to one of the most established internship programs in the New York metropolitan area. Academic excellence With a selection of over 100 majors and accelerated combined undergraguate and graduate degree programs, the teaching at Pace is exceptional. Pace’s unique dedication to your professional future succeeds through excellent planning, academics, internships and mentoring. With the help of an academic advisor, you can craft an academic and professional plan to map out the most prosperous journey through the four years at Pace. www.pace.edu Turn to page 08 for more information about internships 0504
  4. 4. STUDY WITH STUDENTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD “I went on a campus tour before applying to Pace, and it was like an American movie. Everyone was so happy, so involved, everyone was getting together, talking with each other and with their professors. After the tour, I said ‘Okay, this is my dream university... I need to study here.’ At Pace University you will definitely find yourself and your way to be involved in this world; to do something better, something bigger.” Syuyumbika Galimova Russia A unique student experience Pace students are warmly invited to join in organizing and attending campus activities. These activities not only promote diversity and community at the University, but also help each student to develop leadership, managerial and interpersonal skills. Receive a warm welcome and quickly settle into life at Pace, with impressive athletics and sports facilities, and a fantastic range of student clubs and societies dedicated to the international experience. Influence the world The undergraduate student-faculty research program allows students and staff to pursue a shared research project on current topics such as climate change, genetic disease and the American economy. Each year, two outstanding projects are recognized for excellence, and the successful students are invited to attend national conferences alongside projects from other top universities and professional experts. Pace University Students at Pace benefit from exceptional professional preparation in one of the world’s most inspirational cities, New York. Named a ‘Best National University’ U.S. News 2016 Seven master’s and MBA programs ranked Top 40 in USA Eduniversal’s Best Master’s Ranking 2014–15 Top reasons to study at pace Degrees that focus on professional preparation More than 5,000 students on internships each year Over 650 employers work closely with Pace’s careers service team Live and learn in the heart of New York City or on a traditional college campus Excellent support for more than 1,800 international students 100+ academic majors BE PART OF THE PACE COMMUNITY EXPERIENCE AMERICAN LIFE 06 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 07
  5. 5. 8,500+ jobs and internships for Pace students are posted every year Outstanding internships Employability is at the forefront of a Pace education. With one of the largest and most established internship placement programs in the New York metropolitan area, students have the opportunity to work with some of the world’s largest corporations during and after their studies, through 650+ professional partnerships. Perfect location Pace’s locations are key to the professional ambitions of its students and ensuring alumni success. Students are inspired when they walk down Wall Street to the NYC campus in Lower Manhattan, and enjoy the affluent surroundings of the Westchester campus in the ‘Golden Apple’ — the home for many Fortune 500 companies. Both campuses provide the ideal location for students to fulfill their ambitions and aspire to outstanding careers with the local businesses. Beyond graduation After graduation, you will benefit from lifelong membership of the Pace Alumni Network which organizes regular networking events with alumni from companies such as JP Morgan and CBS. Pace University is ranked in the top 15% of US colleges that provide the best return on your tuition investment (Payscale.com 2015). Their dedication to student career success makes Pace a great choice for you!  Career Services The Career Services at Pace University offer counseling, CV / résumé assistance and practice interviews, as well as organizing career fairs and a job database exclusive to Pace students and graduates. Each year, the Career Services team place more than 4,000 Pace students on valuable work experience at over 500 employers. Pace University Career Services offer: • Career fairs • H-1B visa sponsorship directory • Campus Recruiting Program • Practice interview days • Employer information sessions • Networking events Pace University has an unparalleled focus on your professional future through planning, academics, internships, and mentoring. Real world experience www.pace.edu/career-preparation Who hires pace international students for internships? Barclays​ Citigroup​ Colgate-Palmolive​ Deloitte​ Deutsche Bank​ Disney-ABC Television​ Ernst Young​ Goldman Sachs​ IBM​ Madison Square Garden​ Moody’s​Investors Service Morgan Stanley​ PepsiCo​ PwC​ Revlon​ Societe Generale​ Sony​ United Nations​ Viacom​ Warner Music 12 months Optional Practical Training: get paid to work in the USA with your student visa after graduation. Students on STEM majors can extend their visas for up to 29 months. “Pace University has a really strong Career Services office, and they helped me to find my internship with one of the Big Four accounting firms. I attended all the workshops and practice interviews, and they helped me understand how the job market works here in the USA. There are many opportunities at Pace University, and people really care about you. They want to help you grow, not only academically but also professionally.” Adamantia Giannakopoulou Greece top internships Gain confidence through professional experience www.global-pathways.com/pace 0908 Global Pathways | Pace University
  6. 6. Westchester campusNew York City campus Experience student life in the picturesque town of Pleasantville, just a 40-minute train ride north from the sights and sounds of cosmopolitan New York City. Study on campus in the heart of New York City (NYC), and take a bite out of the Big Apple with all the exciting opportunities this unique location has to offer. “Living and studying at Pace University’s Westchester campus is a nice break from city life and I really enjoy the great sense of community here; plus I can always take a short trip to New York City on the free shuttle bus whenever I like!” Rafael Puerari Brazil City living New York needs no introduction. This city bursts with life and has a special energy that attracts talented people from all over the world. Wall Street, Brooklyn Bridge, Broadway, Central Park, Times Square, Manhattan Island, the Empire State Building — all these iconic locations and more are on your doorstep or a quick subway ride away. Get involved The atmosphere in Pace’s New York City campus is friendly and enthusiastic. You will quickly make friends and have fun exploring the many attractions of the Big Apple together. With more than 80 student clubs and organizations, a lively cafeteria and impressive sports center on campus, there is always something interesting for you to participate in. Designed for learning The Henry Burnham Library on the NYC campus offers well-equipped private and group study areas. Finance students can also access Bloomberg technology computers in the Global Portfolio Analysis Center. For aspiring entrepreneurs, head to the Entrepreneurship Lab where you can develop your ideas and present your business plans to future investors. Seattle, WA Boston, ma Chicago, IL Miami, FL San Francisco, CA Los Angeles, CA New Orleans, LA Dallas, TX Denver, CO New York city, NY Washington, DC 40minutes PLEASANTVILLE, NY New York CIty, NY Life on campus Golden Apple The 200-acre Westchester campus offers a traditional American style college community, in beautiful surroundings, just 40 minutes from New York City. The Pleasantville area has lush green scenery and is abundant with arts, theater and historic sites. The county is known by the locals as New York’s ‘Golden Apple’ due to the high number of Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, PepsiCo, and MasterCard operating here, alongside entrepreneurial and emerging start-ups. College experience Join the close-knit community at Westchester, where there are plenty of opportunities for you to challenge yourself and make new friends. For sports lovers, there is a competitive athletics program as well as a number of university sports teams to join and support. The social scene is busy with more than 60 student societies including Glee Club, and a range of fun fraternities and sororities. Brand-new facilities Major investment has transformed the Westchester campus into the ideal destination for an engaging student experience. Expanded academic facilities include a large, state-of-the-art digital video production center and a brand new environmental center. Students coming to Westchester also benefit from developments including new residence halls, increased athletic facilities and a new, modern student center. RELAX ON WEEKENDS SOCIALIZE WITH NEW FRIENDS ENJOY THE SIGHTS 10 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 11
  7. 7. Living in the USA Live and learn as an international student in the United States of America; a place rich in diversity, iconic culture and world-class academia. “Living in New York and studying at Pace University so close to Wall Street is incredible. New York is the best place to get to know American culture. I especially love the restaurants!” Jihang (Rebecca) Xie China 1312
  8. 8. Events calendar June Museum Mile Festival: For one day in June, ten museums on Fifth Avenue open their doors to the public for free and the whole street comes alive with live music and street performers. AUGUST New York International Fringe Festival: A celebration of the 1920s jazz scene — enjoy live music and music education classes. November Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade: Each year, thousands take to the city streets to see the spectacular show of marching bands, dancers and fantastic characters. December Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center: Start the festive season by joining hundreds of happy New Yorkers at the lighting ceremony of Rockefeller Center’s giant Christmas tree. Welcome to New York Experience the whole world in one place: New York City has it all. The Big Apple New York City (NYC) is a delight for the senses with many sights, sounds and flavors to experience. More than 800 languages are spoken here, and art, music and food from various cultures combine to make New York a very special place. Culture capital Home to the highest number of theaters in any city in the world, NYC is famous for outstanding plays, comedy and Broadway musicals. Frequent festivals and parades fill the city streets, celebrating everything from Thanksgiving to Chinese New Year. Attractions From strolling through beautiful Central Park, to taking in breathtaking cityscape views from the Empire State Building, the city has hundreds of attractions and activities to offer all year round. Travel around Getting around New York is easy using one of the world’s best and most low-cost public transport systems. The subway and buses run 24-hours a day and one of the 13,000 famous yellow cabs is never far away. The free Staten Island Ferry is great for iconic views of the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan skyline. Food of the world Hot dogs, bagels, sushi, pizza; New York is famous for its traditional dishes and international cuisines. With around 8,000 restaurants, almost every global dish is available at all hours of the day and night. Fashion and shopping Named the Fashion Capital of the World, New York City has also taken the title of Shopping Capital (CNN Travel) for its ease of travel, variety of stores, value and shopping experience. SEE AN AWARD-WINNING SHOW ON BROADWAY ICE-SKATING IN CENTRAL PARKTHE ICONIC NYC SKYLINE 14 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 15
  9. 9. Your home away from home Located close to the city’s incredible attractions, as well as Pace’s fantastic facilities, we offer a choice of comfortable and secure accommodation options that will ensure you have the best student experience possible. Pace residence halls Enjoy independence and the unique American dorm-life experience at Pace residence halls. Located in Lower Manhattan, you will enjoy the campus life while living right in the heart of the city. Housing options include traditional halls, studios or apartment-style residences. Year one students are typically assigned double or triple occupancy rooms. Features: • Within five blocks of the Manhattan campus • Bed, desk, dresser, wardrobe and a desk chair for each resident • Common areas include TV lounges and study areas • Wireless internet access in all residences • 24-hour security • Some residences have kitchens, a fitness center and game rooms • Housing contract is per semester, giving students flexibility Pricing*: Fall semester Spring semester Summer semester $6,795–$8,580 $6,795–$8,580 $7,360 Homestay Live like a true New Yorker with a local host and fully experience American culture. Students in homestays benefit hugely from the daily English practice and enjoy a real American lifestyle. Your friendly host can offer advice about the local neighborhood and help you learn about life in the city. Features: • Fully furnished accommodation • Stylish single room with shared bathroom • Ideal study space and internet access • Inclusive of breakfast and dinner, or breakfast only • Experience authentic American lifestyle • Situated in Brooklyn or other boroughs outside Manhattan • Minimum age: 17 years old Pricing*: Prices Weekly Monthly Estimate for one semester Breakfast only $550 $1,250 (per 28 days) $5,625 Breakfast and dinner $640 $1,610 (per 28 days) $7,245 “In the Pace student residences, there are a lot of activities all the time. I enjoy going to movies or to the ‘kitchen nights’ where you get free donuts or free pizzas, with different games and activities. It’s really nice. I’ve made friends with lots of people in the residence, and we all hang out together. It’s a great experience.” Nikita Ptchelka Belarus * Prices listed are an approximation and may be subject to change. Housing cannot be guaranteed for late applicants, but students can sign-up for Pace University’s housing wait list. CLEAN AND MODERN KITCHEN AREAS COMFORTABLE, WELL-EQUIPPED BEDROOMS 16 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 17
  10. 10. Global Pathways We are here to guide you as you begin your journey to university success in the USA. We offer the very best academic and local support to ensure you achieve your goals at Pace University. 1918
  11. 11. Prepare to succeed Our students are supported throughout their studies to give them the best possible chance of success. Guaranteed entry When you successfully complete your preparation program with Global Pathways, you are guaranteed entry to your degree program at Pace University. Dedicated support Small classes allow you to build confidence in your speaking and presentation skills, and one-to-one support ensures you stay on track for success. A pathway you can trust We are experts in helping international students. You can trust us to be there, both in and out of the classroom, guiding you through your coursework and your exciting new life in New York. Help with your application Our expert advisors will guide you through the application process to a Global Pathways program or directly to a Pace University degree. Multiple start dates Global Pathways programs have three start dates throughout the year allowing you to choose a time that perfectly fits your study plan. University-level teaching Delivered on the New York City campus, our Global Pathways programs are taught by the same exceptional lecturers who teach Pace’s esteemed degrees. These teachers are industry professionals, scholars and mentors who bring valuable, real-world knowledge to your learning experience. Earn degree credits As a Global Pathways student, you can earn credits which count toward your bachelor’s or master’s degree. “Global Pathways has helped me improve my communication skills while studying in the USA. Every course I have taken, right from the start of my Pace University journey, has helped me improve in one way or another. The teachers are very friendly and welcoming, both inside and outside the classroom. They believe in the potential of each student.” Obiageri Donald Nigeria 90%of Global Pathways students progress to a degree program at Pace University 20 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 21
  12. 12. Here to support you Our warm and welcoming staff work with you to build the confidence you need to embrace new opportunities and experiences. Airport pick-up Receive a warm welcome from our meet-and-greet service at the airport on specific arrival dates and have the opportunity to meet other international students arriving at the same time as you. From here, we will provide a safe and simple transfer directly to your new accommodation by private transport, ready to begin your new adventure. Modern accommodation Having a comfortable home to relax and study in is important. We organize safe, modern and high-quality accommodation for you, close to the University campus and your classes. Whether you stay in a sociable student residence or a friendly homestay, you are sure to feel at home. Orientation week In the first week of your program, you will enjoy tours around the campus, student facilities and the city. We will help you to open a bank account and offer advice on US culture. You will also be introduced to your program and meet your teachers. Orientation week is a great time to meet and make friends with other international students. Student life on campus As an international student, you will have access to everything the University offers. Use the libraries for study, the computer facilities for research, and join sports clubs and associations for fun, social events. You will be a student of the University from the first day on your program on campus. International support Full support throughout your time at Pace comes from the Global Pathways staff and the International Students and Scholars Office. Together, we provide you with expert advice on academic courses, visas, life in New York City, American culture, travel around the USA, employment, and local attractions and events. Social activities We want our students to enjoy their time in the USA and to discover new experiences. To help you do that, we organize regular social activities: City tours Trips to nearby historical sites Visits to museums and galleries Barbecues Sports events Parades Theater shows Concerts And many more! Preparatory English If you do not meet the minimum required English language level for a Global Pathways program, you can apply for a Preparatory English program to improve your skills to the required entry level. Study a Preparatory English program at Pace University’s English Language Institute or at a Kaplan International English school in one of these cities: Boston Chicago New York Los Angeles Miami Philadelphia Portland San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Seattle Washington, DC “The Global Pathways program has helped me prepare academically for university studies. I am able to connect with the university professors, and understand what they are saying in class through the different teaching methods they use. Global Pathways provides a home away from home.” Jecky Patel India RECEIVE THE SUPPORT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED EXPLORE THE CITY ON VISITS TO MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES LIVE THE AMERICAN DREAM 22 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 23
  13. 13. DEGREE choiceS Please see page 26 for a list of available degrees at Pace University. Undergraduate programs Our undergraduate Global Pathways and direct entry options provide international students with a guaranteed route to a range of bachelor’s degrees at Pace University. HAVE YOU STUDIED AT UNIVERSITY BEFORE? Make your transition to the USA as effective as possible and transfer your previously earned university credits towards your degree at Pace. Talk to your Global Pathways representative to find out how you can apply as a transfer student. Undergraduate global pathways: Page 28 For students who have a minimum GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) but need to improve their English language skills to enter a bachelor’s degree at Pace University. Undergraduate direct entry: Page 30 For students who have a minimum GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and a minimum English score of TOEFL / Kaplan iBT 80 or IELTS 6.5, Global Pathways will guide you through application and admission directly to a bachelor’s degree. With a bachelor’s degree from PACE University GraduatePace universityGlobal pathways Bachelor’s degree Typically four years. Transfer between 6–17 credits from the Global Pathways program. Undergraduate Global Pathways PROGRAM 4, 8 or 12 months duration. Preparatory English If you do not meet the minimum required English level to enter the Global Pathways program, you can apply for Conditional Acceptance. A Preparatory English course at either Pace University’s English Language Institute or a Kaplan International English center in the USA will help improve your language skills to the required level for Global Pathways. With a bachelor’s degree from PACE University GraduatePACE university Bachelor’s degree Typically four years. 2524
  14. 14. Undergraduate Global Pathways Successfully complete the undergraduate Global Pathways program at the required level and progress to one of the degrees below. Progression degrees Dyson college of arts and sciences American Studies, BA W N Applied Psychology and Human Relations, BA W N Art, BA / BFA* N Art History, BA N Biochemistry, BS W N Biological Psychology, BS W Biology, BA / BS W N Biology Pre-Professional, BS† - Occupational Therapy W N - Optometry W N - Podiatry W N Business Economics, BS W N Chemistry, BS W N Chemistry Pre-Professional, BS† - Chemical Engineering W N Communication Studies, BA N Communications, BA W Criminal Justice, BS W N Digital Cinema and Filmmaking, BS W Digital Journalism, BS W Economics, BA W N English, BA W English and Communications, BA W English Language and Literature, BA N Environmental Science, BS W N Environmental Studies, BA W N Film and Screen Studies, BA W N Forensic Science, BS N Global Asia Studies, BA N History, BA W N Language, Culture and World Trade, BA N Latin American Studies, BA N Mathematics, BA / BS W N Modern Languages and Cultures, BA N Personality and Social Psychology, BA W Philosophy and Religious Studies, BA W N Political Science, BA W N Physics, BS W Psychology, BA W N Public Relations, BS W Sociology / Anthropology, BA N Spanish, BA N Women’s and Gender Studies, BA N Lubin school of business Accounting - General, BBA W N Accounting - Public Accounting, BBA W N Finance, BBA W N Information Systems - Business, BBA W N International Management, BBA W N Management, BBA - Arts and Entertainment Management N - Business Management W N - Entrepreneurship W N - Health Care Management W N - Hospitality and Tourism Management N - Human Resources W N Marketing, BBA - Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications W N - Global Marketing Management W N - Sports Marketing W N Quantitative Business Analysis, BBA N Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Computer Science, BA / BS W N Information Systems, BS W N Information Technology, BS W N W Westchester campus N New York City campus * Applicants must include a portfolio with their application. † Joint pre-professional degree programs are offered in conjunction with: Columbia University, Manhattan College, New York State College of Optometry, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, or Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (depending on major). Degree finder For the most up-to-date list of available progression degrees, please check the online course finder: www.global-pathways.com/ course-finder 26 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 27
  15. 15. Undergraduate Global Pathways program Program information Three-term pathway program English language entry requirements: TOEFL 61–66 / KiBT 61–66 / IELTS 5.5 (no bands below 5.0) / PTE 44–46 Academic entry requirements: GPA 2.5 on a 4.0 scale Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 12 months Tuition fees: $27,450 Two-term pathway program English language entry requirements: TOEFL 67–73 / KiBT 67–73 / IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 5.5) / PTE 47–49 Academic entry requirements: GPA 2.5 on a 4.0 scale Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 8 months Tuition fees: $18,300 One-term pathway program English language entry requirements: TOEFL 74–79 / KiBT 74–79 / IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 6.0) / PTE 50–53 Academic entry requirements: GPA 2.5 on a 4.0 scale Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 4 months Tuition fees: $9,150 Progression requirements • 2.5 GPA in Pathways academic credit courses • 80% in non-transferable credit courses What will I study? For a full list of available degree options, see page 26 * Introduction to the University Community will always be taken the semester you begin your Global Pathways program. If you enter at Level 2 or Level 3, you will still be required to take this 1 credit course. Language courses Develop confidence and fluency in English language by studying a range of skills subjects: Conversation and Listening; Grammar and Writing; Pronunciation; Reading and Vocabulary; Vocabulary Building; and Idioms. Study skills courses Academic Writing Develop better control of written English and understand how to use it in academic writing. Learn to compose, evaluate and edit essays for grammar, organization, and tone. Academic Reading / Study Skills Learn how to write an American-style research paper, build academic reading and test-taking strategies, and develop an ability to listen and take notes during lectures. Transferable academic credit courses You can transfer credits earned on these courses to your bachelor’s degree. See the program structure for the number of credits. Students must earn a C grade or above and demonstrate standard English language development to earn the maximum number of transferable credits. This is an indication of classes you may take, but the curriculum can vary from year to year. Introduction to the University Community Explore the unique aspects of university life by engaging in personal discovery through reading, writing and discussion. New York and the visual arts An introduction to the painting, sculpture, photography, and installation art of the New York art world. Study is accompanied by visits to a wide range of museums, galleries, and artist studios. Introduction to Computing Guided, hands-on exercises with Microsoft Excel, web development (HTML) and computer programming (Alice), and take part in lectures and discussions about software topics, careers and society. Religions of the globe A study of the major religions of the globe — Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Taoism — and the formative influences they have on human culture. Public Speaking Focus on the principles of effective speaking and listening in English. Students prepare and deliver a variety of original presentations to inform and persuade. At least one presentation is video-taped. World history after 1650 A general survey of world history from the mid-17th century. Study the world’s major cultural areas, their unique achievements and their interaction with and relation to other societies. 16 credits 13 credits 7 credits 6–7 transferable credits One-term pathway program Two-term pathway program Three-term pathway program 6–7 transferable credits4 transferable credits • Grammar and Writing • Reading and Vocabulary • Higher Intermediate Conversation and Listening • Pronunciation and / or Vocabulary Building • Introduction to University Community* (1 credit) • New York and the Visual Arts (3 credits) • Advanced Grammar and Writing • Advanced Reading and Vocabulary • Advanced Conversation and Listening • Advanced Pronunciation and / or Idioms • Introduction to Computing (3 credits) • Religions of the Globe (3 credits) • Academic Writing • Academic Reading / Study Skills • Public Speaking (3 credits) • World History After 1650 (3 credits) Program structure With Global Pathways you will study a combination of university preparation and core academic courses to ensure you are ready to succeed at Pace University. Please note, tuition fees are subject to change. 28 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 29
  16. 16. Helping you choose As experts in international education, our multilingual team of Global Pathways representatives can offer guidance and support in your application to a number of outstanding bachelor’s degrees at Pace University. Our advisors are on hand to help you with every aspect of your program to ensure you are off to the best possible start in your degree. How we can help • Reviewing your English and academic qualifications • Preparing all documents required for application • Guiding you through the visa process • Offering personalized advice about programs, accommodation and insurance Direct entry to undergraduate degrees If you meet the direct entry requirements, you can apply to study one of these available degrees at Pace University. Our Global Pathways team will be there to guide you through your application, every step of the way. Choose your undergraduate degree Dyson college of arts and sciences American Studies, BA W N Applied Psychology and Human Relations, BA W N Art, BA / BFA* N Art History, BA N Biochemistry, BS W N Biological Psychology, BA W Biology Pre-Professional, BS† - Occupational Therapy W N - Optometry W N - Podiatry W N Biology, BA / BS W N Business Economics, BS W N Chemistry, BS W N Chemistry Pre-Professional, BS† - Chemical Engineering W N Communication Studies, BA N Communications, BA W Criminal Justice, BS W N Digital Cinema and Filmmaking, BS W Digital Journalism, BA W Economics, BA W N English and Communications, BA W English Language and Literature, BA N English, BA W Environmental Science, BS W N Environmental Studies, BA W N Film and Screen Studies, BA W N Forensic Science, BS N Global Asia Studies, BA N History, BA W N Language, Culture, and World Trade, BA N Latin American Studies, BA N Liberal Studies, BA (only available for transfer students) N Mathematics, BA / BS W N Modern Languages and Cultures, BA N Personality and Social Psychology, BA W Philosophy and Religious Studies, BA W N Physics, BS W Political Science, BA W N Psychology, BA W N Public Relations, BS W Sociology and Anthropology, BA N Spanish, BA N Women’s and Gender Studies, BA N Lubin School of Business Accounting, BBA W N Finance, BBA W N General Business, BBA (only available to transfer students) W N Information Systems — Business, BBA W N International Management, BBA W N Management, BBA - Arts and Entertainment Management N - Business Management W N - Entrepreneurship W N - Health Care Management W N - Hospitality and Tourism Management N - Human Resources W N Marketing, BBA - Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications W N - Global Marketing Management W N - Sports Marketing W N Quantitative Business Analysis, BBA N Seidenberg School of Computing Science and Information Systems Computer Science, BA / BS W N Information Systems, BS W N Information Technology, BS W N School of Education Adolescent Education, BA W N Childhood Education, BA W N College of Health Professions Communication Sciences and Disorders, BA N Health Science, BS W N W Westchester campus N New York City campus Program information English language entry requirements: TOEFL iBT 80 / KiBT 80 / IELTS 6.5 / PTE 54 Academic entry requirements: high school transcript with minimum GPA 2.5 on a 4.0 scale Start dates: September, January Degree length: typically four years Tuition fee: $39,347 per academic year www.global-pathways.com/pace Please note, tuition fees are subject to change. * Applicants must include a portfolio with their application. † Joint pre-professional degree programs are offered in conjunction with: Columbia University, Manhattan College, New York State College of Optometry, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, or Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (depending on major). 30 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 31
  17. 17. DEGREE Choices Please see page 34 for a list of available degrees at Pace University. Graduate programs Our graduate Global Pathways and direct entry options provide international students with a guaranteed route to a range of master’s degrees at Pace University. Graduate global pathways: Page 34 For students who have a minimum GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) but need to improve their English language skills to enter a master’s degree at Pace University. Graduate direct entry: Page 42 For students who have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and meet the English requirement for their preferred degree (minimum between TOEFL iBT 78 and 100), Global Pathways will guide you through application and admission directly to a master’s program. With a master’s degree from PACE University GraduatePace universityGlobal pathways Master’s degree Typically two years. Transfer between 3–11 credits from the Global Pathways program. Graduate Global Pathways PROGRAM 4, 8 or 12 months duration. Preparatory English If you do not meet the minimum required English level to enter the Global Pathways program, you can apply for Conditional Acceptance. A Preparatory English course at either Pace University’s English Language Institute or a Kaplan International English center in the USA will help improve your language skills to the required level for Global Pathways. With a master’s degree from PACE University GraduatePACE university Master’s degree Typically two years. 3332
  18. 18. Graduate Global Pathways Successfully complete the graduate Global Pathways program at the required level and progress to one of the degrees below. Progression degrees Dyson college of arts and sciences page 36 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MS* N Environmental Science, MS† W Media and Communication Arts, MA‡ W Psychology, MA N Public Administration - Government, MPA W N - Health-Care Administration, MPA W N - Not-for-Profit Management, MPA W N Publishing, MS N Lubin School of Business¶ Page 38 Accounting — CPA Preparation, MBA W Accounting — CPA Preparation, MS|| W Change Management, MBA N Customer Intelligence and Analytics, MS N Entrepreneurship, MBA N Financial Management, MBA W N Financial Management, MS N Financial Risk Management, MS N Human Resources, MBA N Human Resources, MS N Information Systems, MBA N International Business, MBA N Investment Management, MBA N Investment Management, MS N Marketing Management, MBA W N Social Media and Mobile Marketing, MS N Strategic Management, MBA N Strategic Management, MS N Taxation, MBA N Taxation, MS N Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Page 40 Computer Science, MS W N Information Systems, MS W N Software Development and Engineering, MS N Telecommunications Systems and Networks, MS W N W Westchester campus N New York City campus Please note, some of these degrees require previous work experience. * This degree has special course sequencing requirements; applicants will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis by department faculty. † Prerequisite: one year of college-level general biology, one year of general chemistry, one semester of organic chemistry or biochemistry. Physics and calculus are recommended but not required. ‡ Applicants must include a portfolio with their application. Please note: while in their final semester at Global Pathways, students may be required to commute between the NYC and Westchester campuses. ¶ GMAT 510 or GRE 305 is required for all Lubin School of Business master’s applications. || Accounting — CPA Preparation, MS requires a minimum of 30 Business credits to be eligible for acceptance. Degree finder For the most up-to-date list of available progression degrees, please check the online course finder: www.global-pathways.com/ course-finder 34 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 35
  19. 19. Program information Three-term pathway program English language entry requirements*: TOEFL 65–71 / KiBT 65–71 / IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 5.5) / PTE 45–48 Academic entry requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent with minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 12 months Tuition fees: $28,500 Two-term pathway program English language entry requirements*: TOEFL 72–78 / KiBT 72–78 / IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 6.0) / PTE 49–52 Academic entry requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent with minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 8 months Tuition fees: $19,000 One-term pathway program English language entry requirements*: TOEFL 79–87 / KiBT 79–87 / IELTS 6.5 (no bands below 6.5) / PTE 53–59 Academic entry requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent with minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 4 months Tuition fees: $9,500 Progression requirements • 3.0 GPA in pathways academic credit courses • 80% in non-transferable credit courses For a full list of available degree options, see page 34 Dyson college of arts and sciences Graduate Global Pathways program What will I study? Language and study skills courses Grammar and Writing Practice and develop your ideas into well-configured writing in various styles. Both writing development and grammatical accuracy are addressed. Reading and Vocabulary Increase reading speed and learn to critically analyze and discuss different types of reading material with a focus on vocabulary. Conversation and Listening Improve conversational fluency and listening comprehension. This class targets overall English communication development, including pronunciation. Advanced Pronunciation Improve pronunciation for everyday speech and academic presentations. This class focuses on specific sounds, as well as intonation and stress reductions. Transferable academic credit courses Environmental Science, ms Environmental Science I and II (3 credits) Investigate biological, chemical and physical processes of particular importance in dealing with environmental problems. Media and Communication Arts, ms Industry Theory and Practice (4 credits) Examine theories related to communication in the workplace. A strong focus on practical and professional communication skills and the influence of new technologies on the work place. Public Administration, MPA Economics of Government, Health Care and Non-profit Entities (3 credits) Introduction to economics as applied to the government, health care and non-profit sectors, analyzing the role of public and non-profit institutions in the private market economic system. Publishing, MS One core publishing course (3 or 4 credits) Determined by Dyson College Publishing academic advisor. Psychology, MA One core psychology course (3 or 4 credits) Determined by Dyson College Psychology academic advisor. 3–4 credits 3–4 credits 3–4 credits 3–4 transferable credits One-term pathway program Two-term pathway program Three-term pathway program 0 transferable credits0 transferable credits • Grammar and Writing • Reading and Vocabulary • Higher Intermediate Conversation and Listening • Advanced Idioms • Advanced Grammar and Writing • Advanced Reading and Vocabulary • Advanced Conversation and Listening • Advanced Pronunciation • Pre-Graduate Academic Skills • Pre-Graduate Communication Skills • Pre-Graduate Academic Reading • Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Core Graduate Course (3-4 credits) Program structure You will study a range of courses that will help you develop key skills and major-related knowledge, ensuring you are confident and well prepared for your degree at Pace University. Advanced Idioms Increase English fluency through the mastery of idioms; special features, phrasing and peculiarities of the language. Pre-Graduate Academic Skills Graduate-level techniques include critical thinking, research, note-taking strategies, annotating text, paraphrasing and summarizing, grammar and sentence structure, writing for academic purposes and oral communication. Pre-Graduate Communication Skills Develop discussion and presentation skills. Focus on phonological and grammatical accuracy. Pre-Graduate Academic Reading Improve reading and higher-order critical thinking skills (analysis, synthesis, interpretation, evaluation and application) with a minor emphasis on writing as a measure of assessment. Please note, tuition fees are subject to change. * MA Media and Communication Arts requirements: One term: TOEFL 90–99 / KiBT 90–99 / IELTS 7.0 (no bands below 7.0) / PTE 62–67. Two terms: TOEFL 85–89 / KiBT 85–89 / IELTS 6.5 (no bands below 6.5) / PTE 58–61. Three terms: TOEFL 80–84 / KiBT 80–84 / IELTS 6.5 (no bands below 6.0) / PTE 54–57. 36 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 37
  20. 20. Program information Three-term pathway program English language entry requirements: TOEFL 70–74 / KiBT 70–74 / IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 5.5) / PTE 47–49 Academic entry requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent with minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and GMAT 510 or GRE 305 score Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 12 months Tuition fees: $28,500 Two-term pathway program English language entry requirements: TOEFL 75–79 / KiBT 75–79 / IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 6.0) / PTE 50–52 Academic entry requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent with minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and GMAT 510 or GRE 305 score Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 8 months Tuition fees: $19,000 One-term pathway program English language entry requirements: TOEFL 80–89 / KiBT 80–89 / IELTS 6.5 (no bands below 6.5) / PTE 53–60 Academic entry requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent with minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and GMAT 510 or GRE 305 score Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 4 months Tuition fees: $9,500 Progression requirements • 3.0 GPA in Pathways academic credit courses • 80% in non-transferable credit courses For a full list of available degree options, see page 34 Lubin school of business Graduate Global Pathways program What will I study? Language and study skills courses Advanced Conversation and Listening Improve conversational fluency and listening comprehension. This class targets overall English communication levels, including pronunciation. Advanced Pronunciation Improve your pronunciation for everyday speech and academic presentations. The class focuses on specific sounds, as well as intonation and stress reductions. American Business Culture Learn values of American business through guest speakers, research and team presentations. Focus is placed on teamwork to solve business problems. Grammar and Writing Practice and develop your ideas into well-configured writing in various styles. Both writing development and grammatical accuracy are addressed. ACADEMIC SKILLS FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS Prepare for the demands of graduate-level coursework in an American university. Skills covered include effective lecture participation, test-taking strategies, and improving control and proficiency in academic writing. Communication Skills for graduate students Learn the skills needed to communicate effectively and confidently in the classroom and on campus. Improve pronunciation and grammatical accuracy in spoken English, emphasizing fluency, accuracy and error correction. Reading and Vocabulary Increase reading speed and learn to critically analyze and discuss reading material, with a focus on vocabulary. Transferable academic credit courses Degree in the lubin school of business, MBA or ms One core course (3 or 4 credits) Core graduate business course to be determined by a Lubin Business School academic advisor. 3–4 credits 3–4 credits 3–4 credits 3-4 transferable credits One-term pathway program Two-term pathway program Three-term pathway program 0 transferable credits0 transferable credits • Advanced Grammar and Writing • Advanced Reading and Vocabulary • Advanced Conversation and Listening • Advanced Idioms • Pre-Graduate Academic Skills • Pre-Graduate Communication Skills • American Business Culture • Advanced Pronunciation • Academic Skills for Graduate Students • Communication Skills for Graduate Students • Lubin School of Business Core Graduate Course (3-4 credits) Program structure You will study a range of courses that will help you develop key skills and major-related knowledge, ensuring you are confident and well prepared for your degree at Pace University. Pre-Graduate Communication Skills Develop discussion and presentation skills with a focus on phonological and grammatical accuracy. Pre-Graduate Academic skills Graduate-level techniques include critical thinking, research, note-taking strategies, annotating text, paraphrasing and summarizing, grammar and sentence structure, writing for academic purposes and oral communication. Advanced Idioms Increase English fluency through the mastery of idioms: special features, phrasing and peculiarities of the language. Top 2% of business schools accredited for business and accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Please note, tuition fees are subject to change. 38 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 39
  21. 21. Program information Three-term pathway program English language entry requirements: TOEFL 55–61 / KiBT 55–61 / IELTS 5.5 (no bands below 5.0) / PTE 42–44 Academic entry requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent with minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale* Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 12 months Tuition fees: $28,500 Two-term pathway program English language entry requirements: TOEFL 62–68 / KiBT 62–68 / IELTS 5.5 (no bands below 5.5) / PTE 45–47 Academic entry requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent with minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale* Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 8 months Tuition fees: $19,000 One-term pathway program English language entry requirements: TOEFL 69 –77 / KiBT 69–77 / IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 6.0) / PTE 48–51 Academic entry requirements: bachelor’s degree or equivalent with minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale* Start dates: August, January, May Program length: 4 months Tuition fees: $9,500 Progression requirements • 3.0 GPA in Pathways academic credit courses • 80% in non-transferable credit courses For a full list of available degree options, see page 34 Seidenberg school of computer science and information systems Graduate Global Pathways program What will I study? Language and study skills courses Conversation and listening (Higher intermediate) Improve conversational fluency and listening comprehension. This class targets overall English communication levels, including pronunciation. Advanced Idioms Increase English fluency through the mastery of idioms. Advanced Pronunciation Improve pronunciation for everyday speech and academic presentations. The class focuses on specific sounds, as well as intonation and stress reductions. Pre-Graduate Communication Skills Develop discussion and presentation skills. Focus on phonological and grammatical accuracy. Reading and Vocabulary (intermediate and advanced) Increase reading speed and learn to critically analyze and discuss reading material, with a focus on vocabulary. Transferable academic credit courses Computer Science, MS • Fundamental computer science I using Java • Fundamental computer science II using Java • Computer systems and concepts Information Systems, MS • Object-orientated concepts and development • Database management systems • Information systems principles Internet Technology, MS • Overview of computer networks and internet technology • Database management systems • Overview of information security Software Development and Engineering, MS • Object-orientated concepts and development using Java • Introduction to software engineering • Software reliability and quality assurance Telecommunications Systems and Networks, MS • Simulation and computer network analysis • Wireless communications • Data communications and networks • Determined by Dyson College Psychology academic advisor 9–11 credits 6–7 credits 3 credits 3–4 transferable credits One-term pathway program Two-term pathway program Three-term pathway program 3–4 transferable credits3–4 transferable credits • Grammar and Writing • Reading and Vocabulary • Higher Intermediate Conversation and Listening • Seidenberg School Core Graduate Course (3-4 credits) • Advanced Grammar and Writing • Advanced Reading and Vocabulary • Advanced Idioms • Seidenberg School Core Graduate Course (3-4 credits) • Pre-Graduate Academic Skills • Pre-Graduate Communication Skills • Advanced Pronunciation • Seidenberg School Core Graduate Course (3-4 credits) Program structure You will study a range of courses that will help you develop key skills and major-related knowledge, ensuring you are confident and well prepared for your degree at Pace University. Grammar and Writing (intermediate and advanced) Practice and develop your ideas into well-configured writing in various styles. Both writing development and grammatical accuracy are addressed. Pre-Graduate Academic Skills Taught graduate-level techniques include critical thinking, research, note-taking strategies, annotating text, paraphrasing and summarizing, grammar and sentence structure, writing for academic purposes and oral communication. 100% of international students who graduated from the Seidenberg School in 2014 reported full-time professional employment within one year Please note, tuition fees are subject to change. * Applicants with 3-year degrees may need to submit a GRE score. 40 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 41
  22. 22. Helping you choose As experts in international education, our multilingual team of Global Pathways representatives can offer tailored guidance and support in your application to a number of outstanding master’s degrees at Pace. Our advisors are on hand to help you with every aspect of your program to ensure you are off to the best possible start in your studies. How we can help • Reviewing your English and academic qualifications • Preparing all documents required for application • Guiding you through the visa process • Offering sound advice about programs, accommodation and insurance Direct entry to graduate degrees Take your education and career to the next level with one of Pace University’s specialized master’s programs. Choose your graduate degree Dyson college of arts and sciences Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MS (34 credits) N Counseling, MS (36 credits) W N Environmental Science, MS* (33 credits) W Environmental Policy, MA (45 credits) W Forensic Science, MS (40 credits) N Media and Communication Arts, MA† (36 credits) W Mental Health Counseling, MS (60 credits) W Psychology, MA (36 credits) N Public Administration, MPA - Government (39 credits) W N - Health-Care Administration (42 credits) W N - Not-for-Profit Management (39 credits) W N Publishing, MS (36 credits) N Lubin School of Business Accounting — CPA Preparation, MBA (53–72 credits) W N Accounting — CPA Preparation, MS§ (30–51 credits) W N Change Management, MBA (39–58 credits) N Customer Intelligence and Analytics, MS (30–36 credits) N Entrepreneurship, MBA (39–58 credits) N Financial Management, MBA (39–58 credits) N Financial Management, MS (30–46 credits) W N Financial Risk Management, MS (30–37 credits) N Human Resources Management, MBA (39–58 credits) N Human Resources Management, MS (30 credits) N Information Systems, MBA (39–58 credits) N International Business, MBA (39–58 credits) N Investment Management, MBA (39–58 credits) N Investment Management, MS (30–43 credits) N Marketing Management, MBA (39–58 credits) W N Social Media and Mobile Marketing, MS (30–36 credits) N Strategic Management, MBA (39–58 credits ) N Strategic Management, MS (37 credits) N Taxation, MBA (39–58 credits) W N Taxation, MS (30–41 credits) N Seidenberg School of Computing Science and Information Systems Computer Science, MS (30 credits) W N Information Systems, MS (30 credits) W N Software Development and Engineering, MS (36 credits) N Telecommunications Systems and Networks, MS (36 credits) W N School of Education Adolescent Education, MST (36 credits) W N Childhood and Childhood Special Education — Dual Certification, MST (48 credits) W N Childhood Education, MST (36 credits) W N Early Childhood Development, Learning and Intervention, MS (45 credits ) N Inclusive Adolescent Education — Dual Certification, MST (45 credits) W Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), MST (30 credits) W N W Westchester campus N New York City campus www.global-pathways.com/pace * Prerequisite: one year of college-level general biology, one year of general chemistry, one semester of organic chemistry or biochemistry. Physics and calculus are recommended but not required. † Applicants must include a portfolio with their application. § Accounting — CPA Preparation, MS requires a minimum of 30 Business credits to be eligible for acceptance. Program information Dyson college of arts and sciences English requirements: TOEFL 88 / KiBT 88 / IELTS 7.0 / PTE 60 MA Media and Communication Arts English requirements: TOEFL 100 / KiBT 100 / IELTS 7.5 / PTE 68 Academic requirements: undergraduate degree and a minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale Start dates: September, January Tuition fees: $960–$1,150 per credit Lubin school of business English language entry requirements: TOEFL 90 / KiBT 90 / IELTS 7.0 / PTE 61 Academic requirements: undergraduate degree and a minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and GMAT 510 or GRE 305 score Start dates: September, January Tuition fees: $1,170 per credit Seidenberg school of computing science and information systems English language entry requirements: TOEFL 78 / KiBT 78 / IELTS 6.5 / PTE 52 Academic requirements: undergraduate degree and a minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale* Start dates: September, January Tuition fees: $1,170 per credit School of education English language entry requirements: TOEFL 88 / KiBT 88 / IELTS 7.0 / PTE 60 Academic requirements: undergraduate degree in liberal arts or sciences and a minimum GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale Start dates: September, January Tuition fees: $860 per credit Please note, tuition fees are subject to change. Some degrees require previous work experience. * Applicants with 3-year degrees may need to submit a GRE score. 42 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 43
  23. 23. Next steps From expert visa advice to academic scholarships, we have everything covered to ensure your application to study a degree at Pace University is as simple and effortless as possible. 44 45
  24. 24. “When I first came to the USA as an international student, I had to learn about the culture. It was challenging at first, but now I love it here. My advice to other international students is to give yourself the opportunity to be open to new experiences. Just take a second to breathe and know that everything you’re doing will pay off at the end.” Genesis Jaya-Ron Ecuador Extra information There are many things to consider when deciding to study abroad. At Global Pathways, we can help you with every detail. Insurance Health insurance is required for all F-1 visa holders. Insurance details will be provided once you receive an offer from Pace University. Ask your Global Pathways representative for more information on the insurance options available to you. Kaplan iBT If you need to take an English language test, ask your Global Pathways representative about the Kaplan iBT. This specialized English test is accepted for entry to all programs in this brochure. Transfer I-20 Students already studying in the USA can apply for Global Pathways without reapplying for a visa by transferring their l-20. For further information visit: www.ice.gov/sevis/f1-transfers Visa guidance Your Global Pathways representative can provide free F-1 visa application guidance. Note that we cannot accept applications from US passport holders (including dual citizens) or permanent residents. Credential evaluation External credential evaluation is not required for Global Pathways applicants. English test waiver Citizens from the following countries are waived from the English proficiency requirement: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Ireland, Jamaica, Montserrat, New Zealand, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, United Kingdom. Pace University cost of attendance For up-to-date degree tuition and other university fees, please visit: www.pace.edu Scholarships Partial scholarships may be available for your program. Ask your Global Pathways representative for more information. University Placement Service This is a service provided for Global Pathways students that gives you extra peace of mind when preparing for your degree. If you pass your pathway program with the minimum grades and good attendance, but do not achieve the required results to progress to Pace University, we will help you find a place at another US college or university. Flexible start dates Programs start throughout the year so you can choose a start date to suit your individual study plan. For upcoming start dates, please see the table below. Please note, dates are subject to change. Contact us for the latest information: Academic semester Application deadline Program start Fall 2016 July 15, 2016 August 29, 2016 Spring 2017 November 15, 2017 January 17, 2017 Summer 2017 April 1, 2017 May 25, 2017 46 Global Pathways | Pace University www.global-pathways.com/pace 47
  25. 25. How to apply Our global team of multilingual advisors is here to help you through the application process, with expert support at every stage. * Please note that if you are accepted and your supporting documents include only electronic scans of your academic transcripts / proof of graduation, you will need to submit the official versions in sealed envelopes from your previous school(s) upon your arrival at Pace University. In addition, if you include only electronic scans of your financial affidavit and bank statement, you need to bring the originals when you arrive. Complete all sections of the application form in this prospectus Apply online to receive expert advice from a Global Pathways representative: www.global-pathways.com/pace Submit the following documents to your Global Pathways representative*: • English test results (IELTS, TOEFL iBT, Kaplan iBT, or PTE Academic) • Official transcripts and certificates from all high school and post-high school institutions attended, translated into English if necessary (master’s applicants need only send undergraduate transcripts) • Copy of passport (including visa if already studying in the USA) • Personal statement / essay • Two recommendation letters from employers and / or professors • Bank statement / letter or scholarship letter showing proof of sufficient funds • GMAT or GRE score if required (master’s applicants only) • Résumé / CV (master’s applicants only) Personal statement Undergraduate applicants should answer the following questions: • Why do you want to study at Pace University? • What is your major choice and what are your plans for the future? • What makes you stand out? Hobbies, extra-curricular activity, work experience? Graduate applicants should answer the following questions: • What is your motivation for applying for your specific choice of degree? • What are your expectations, outcomes and goals for the program? • What are your professional / academic experiences and accomplishments related to the program? Application review When you have submitted your application form and all supporting documents, we will carefully review your application and advise when it is complete or if you need to send more documents. See page 51 for more information of what happens once you complete your application. Apply using the application form Apply online Contact us Application and Admissions Center Global Pathways Second Floor, Warwick Building Kensington Village, Avonmore Road London W14 8HQ United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 207 045 4925 Email: usprograms@kaplan.com Web: www.global-pathways.com/contact Or contact one of our country offices: • Abu Dhabi • China • Colombia • Hong Kong • India • Japan • Korea • Mexico • Nigeria • Singapore • UK • USA • Venezuela • Vietnam For your local office contact details, visit: www.global-pathways.com/country-offices Pace University and Global Pathways Application form Please fill out the application in full CAPITAL letters. A Personal Details Legal name (enter name exactly as it appears on passports or other official documents) Permanent home address: Family name(s): Given name(s): Gender: Male Female Date of birth (mm/dd/yyyy): Correspondence address (if different): Country of birth: Country of citizenship: First language: Home phone number: Mobile or US phone number: Email address: D TEST INFORMATION The official scores from the appropriate testing agency must be submitted with this application. Please also list your test scores below (citizens from some English-speaking countries are waived from the English test requirement): Test of English proficiency - TOEFL®, IELTS, Pearson PTE, or Kaplan iBT Date taken (mm/dd/yyyy): Score: GMAT® or GRE® Test Date taken (mm/dd/yyyy): Score: SAT or ACT test (optional) Date taken (mm/dd/yyyy): Score: B Study Details Level of study: Undergraduate Global Pathways Undergraduate Direct Entry Graduate Global Pathways Graduate Direct Entry Preferred program or major: Concentration (if applicable): This will be the program or major to which you are conditionally admitted if you are first required to complete the Global Pathways program. Which start date are you applying for?: Fall / September Spring / January Summer / May Year: Are you currently studying in the USA?: Yes No Do you currently hold a valid F-1 or J-1 visa?: Yes No If yes, where are you currently studying?: Do you plan to study English in the USA before starting at Pace?: Yes No If yes, where will you study?: Have you ever attended Pace University or the English Language Institute at Pace?: Yes No C Education history Please list all secondary schools, colleges and universities you have attended, including summer schools and other programs (continue on a separate sheet if required). Failure to disclose prior university attendance on this application may lead to a denial of transfer credits or your dismissal from Pace Global Pathways and / or Pace University. Institution (name, city and country) Start date Graduation date Qualification name Average Grade Are you currently attending school, college or university?: Yes No Have you graduated from secondary school early?: Yes No If your education has been interrupted for any reason, please describe in detail your activities since last enrolled (continue on a separate sheet if required): 48 Global Pathways | Pace University
  26. 26. What’s next? 1. Receive confirmation of receipt Once we receive your complete application and supporting documents, we will send you confirmation of receipt by email. Your application is then submitted to the University for admission review. 2. Admission If successful, you will be offered admission to the University, either through the Global Pathways program or direct entry. If you are admitted to the Global Pathways program and submit a higher English test score before classes begin, you may be offered a shorter duration pathway or direct entry. 4. Receive I-20 Once you have accepted your offer, and after all financial documentation has been received, a visa eligibility document (Form I-20) is issued. You will need the I-20 to apply for a visa. 6. Pay program tuition Once you have secured your visa, you must pay (by bank draft, bank transfer or credit card) tuition for your program before your enrollment. 8. Arrive in the USA Join your new classmates in the Orientation Program to receive a full introduction to university life in the USA. You will make friends and get help and support on adjusting to your new home. 9. Classes begin! 3. Accept offer within 30 days To secure your place at the University, you will need to accept the offer by paying a deposit (which will be specified in your offer letter) within 30 days of receiving your offer. Payment can be made via bank draft, electronic transfer or credit card. 5. Apply for a visa Allow approximately six weeks to receive your US visa after the US embassy has received your complete visa application and payment. Your Global Pathways representative can provide help and assistance with the visa process. In the case of a visa refusal, your Global Pathway deposit will be refunded. 7. Receive pre-arrival information We will send you all the information you need such as your accommodation information and what to pack so you can prepare for your trip. F other required information Have you ever been found responsible for a disciplinary violation at any secondary school or college / university you have attended, whether related to academic misconduct or behavioral misconduct, that resulted in your probation, suspension, removal, dismissal, or expulsion from the institution?: Yes No Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor, felony, or other crime? Yes No If you answered yes to either or both questions, please give the approximate date of each incident and explain the circumstances. Attach a separate sheet if you need more space. H complete application checklist Proof of English Language Proficiency (TOEFL®, Pearson PTE, IELTS, or Kaplan iBT) Official transcript(s) for all academic institutions attended: including secondary school and university, with supporting grade scale: submit an English translation if transcripts are in another language. Personal statement: You should answer the following questions in your statement Undergraduate applicants: Why do you want to study at Pace? What is your major choice and plans for the future? What makes you stand out? Do you play an instrument or a sport? Have you been part of a club or volunteer group in school? Do you have work experience? Graduate applicants: Identify motivation for applying. Specify expectations, outcomes, and goals for the Pace master’s program. Outline professional / academic experiences and accomplishments related to the program. Reference letters: Two letters from by employers and / or professors or instructors Curriculum vitae / résumé: List work / school history, languages, awards, certificates, volunteer work, and accomplishments (required for master’s degree, optional for undergraduate). Passport copy Completed Pace University Financial Affidavit for International Students form with supporting documentation (bank statement / letter or scholarship letter) Official GRE or GMAT scores if required (graduate applicants only). Include breakdown of your GRE or GMAT score If you already have a valid F-1 or J-1 visa, complete Transfer Recommendation (please visit www.global-pathways.com to download form) E Accommodation Do you need assistance organizing housing in the USA? If yes, housing information is sent with your acceptance package: Yes No Give the completed and signed application with all supporting documents to our representative in your country or scan and email to: usprograms@kaplan.com For support with your application phone: +44 207 045 4925 (Global Pathways Admissions is a UK-based team) If you are already based in the USA and need help with your application, phone: +1 212 346 1445 Pace University and Global Pathways Application form Please fill out the application in full CAPITAL letters. G declaration and agreement I certify that all of the information provided by me or on my behalf in support of my application for admission is complete and accurate. I acknowledge that I am obligated to supplement my application as soon as I know or reasonably should know that the information I have provided or that was provided on my behalf is inaccurate or incomplete. I also certify that the personal statement submitted in support of my application for admission is solely my own original work. I acknowledge that Pace University may, at its sole discretion, verify any information submitted in conjunction with my application. I acknowledge that if I omit relevant information or provide inaccurate information or information that is misleading, submit a personal statement that is not solely my own original work, or if I fail to supplement my application as required, Pace University may, at its sole discretion, deny my application for admission, rescind my admission, impose disciplinary sanctions against me, dismiss me from Pace University, and / or rescind any degrees or certificates awarded to me by Pace University. I hereby consent to you contacting any school or institution at which I have previously studied in order to verify the information I have provided in the application and hereby authorise such school or institution to disclose such information. I authorize Kaplan to supply any relevant records relating to my attendance and progress in the Global Pathways Program, including personal records, contact details, and disciplinary records, to Kaplan’s employees, staff, affiliates, agents, representatives and others working on Kaplan’s behalf, as well as to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, state and accrediting agencies, Pace University, my parents, guardian or sponsor. I hereby consent to you contacting any school or institution at which I have previously studied in order to verify the information I have provided in the application and hereby authorise such school or institution to disclose such information. I acknowledge that I have read the attached brochure and agree that I am bound by the terms and conditions at www.global-pathways.com/terms. In addition, upon admission, I agree to comply with all policies, practices, and procedures of Pace University. Student signature: Date (mm/dd/yyyy): Have you signed?: Yes No www.global-pathways.com/pace 51
  27. 27. All information correct at time of publication November 2015. Subject to change. www.global-pathways.com CONTACT US Students already in the USA Contact our Global Pathways team: T: + 1 212 346 1445 E: usprograms@kaplan.com Students outside of the USA Contact our UK-based Admissions team: T: +44 (0) 207 045 4925 E: usprograms@kaplan.com We have offices all over the world. Find your local office contact details here: www.global-pathways.com/country-offices You can also contact us here:

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