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1 Based on theory. Grounded in reality. Creating opportunity. Shweta Goel, MS/IS 11 Data Operations Analyst Argus Information and Advisory Services School of Computer Science and Information Systems Graduate Degree Programs 2012

2 My work at Pace directly helps me in my job. I ve used what I ve learned to track down criminals who commit computer-based crimes, like craigslist scams, identity theft, cyber bullying, and more. Dennis Dragos MS/IS 11 Detective, NYPD Computer Crimes Squad Explore our programs to find the right fit for you

3 Put the power of technology to work for you. One of the first comprehensive schools of computing in the country, the School of Computer Science and Information Systems is at the forefront of the field. Our curricula and programs are built around providing students with a practical education grounded in theory and based in reality. We teach our students to not only master the latest technologies and practices, but also assess, analyze, and provide solutions to critical business challenges. prepares men and women for professional work, research, and lifelong participation in a new and dynamic information age. n Focusing on security Security is critical in any technology field. That s why has a security component built into every course we offer. Plus, unique grants from the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security and the National Science Foundation as well as established relationships with the FBI, NY Police Department, and others, are quickly making a leader in the field of cyber security. n Cutting-edge skills for today and the future At, we not only teach the technologies of today, but also provide you with the skills to rapidly learn, adopt, and adapt the technologies of tomorrow. n Providing a diverse and global perspective In today s global marketplace, you need a perspective and education to match. provides that with diverse faculty, programs, and student body (ranked #1 in awarding MS degrees to Hispanics and 11% more women students than the national average), as well as academic relationships with other institutions around the world. n Technology that empowers Our core belief is that information technology is a tool for empowering people. That s why we teach students to develop technologies that give a voice to people with disabilities, use mobile technology as a tool for small business owners in third-world countries, and create adaptive technologies for the elderly. Our Focus Is on Your Future According to The College Board, 4 of the top 10 fastest growing occupations of the next decade are in computer and information technology fields: computer systems analysts, database administrators, and computer software engineers for both applications and for systems software. prepares you to lead in all of them.

4 Small classes, supportive faculty, and a wealth of programs to choose from. offers a student-oriented environment; small classes; committed teaching; research with faculty; innovative programs, projects, and partnerships; and convenient multi-campus locations in New York City and Westchester County, as well as full-time, part-time, online, and blended courses and programs. Snapshot of Page Credits FT/PT Campus Length Prerequisites Master s Degrees 4 MS in Computer Science* Balancing the fundamentals of computer science with in-depth knowledge of one or more highly sought after concentrations 30 FT/PT NYC/WP 2 YRS 0-9 credits of foundation coursework for those with no or limited computer science background 5 MS in Information Systems Foundation/core plus specializations in Security and Information Assurance, Telecommunications Management and Technologies, or Database Management and Technologies FT/PT NYC/WP 2-3 YRS 0-12 credits of foundation coursework for those with no or limited information systems background 7 MS in Internet Technology Provides critical skills to lead businesses plus concentrations in e-commerce, Security and Information Assurance, and Network Administration 36 FT/PT NYC /WP 2 YRS None 7 MS in Software Development and Engineering Advanced program focuses on applying engineering principles to the development process including managing, designing, developing, delivering, and maintaining large software systems, plus preparation for IEEE certification in software development 36 FT/PT NYC 2 YRS Undergraduate or graduate degree in computer science or related experience 8 MS in Telecommunications Systems and Networks Focuses on the systems aspect of telecommunications plus coursework in telecommunications management and computer networks 36 FT/PT NYC/WP 2 YRS None 8 MSEd in Educational Technology Specialist Provides educators and technologists with advanced skills to lead or support technology initiatives in a K-12 educational environment 36 FT/PT NYC/PLV 2 YRS Bachelor s with minimum GPA of 3.0 Doctoral Degrees 10 Doctor of Professional udies (DPS) in Computing for Computing and IT Professionals or Educational Professionals 48 PT ONLINE HYBRID ONLINE /WP 3 YRS GRE/Master s in computing and experience in the field Advanced Certificate Programs credit, part-time programs that sharpen your skills and can be applied to a graduate degree should you decide to pursue one 11 Information and Communication Technology rategy and Innovation, Information Systems, Internet Technology for e-commerce, Network Administration, Security and Information Assurance, Software Development and Engineering, Telecommunications, Large Systems Computing *Pending ate approval 2

5 Page Back Cover Services and Information Curricula Prerequisites and degree requirements Career Services The largest internship program in the New York Metropolitan Area, plus alumni network of more than 120,000 professionals International Community Financial Aid Application Information and Deadlines Locations* *Locations: NYC: New York City Campus One Pace Plaza New York, NY PLV: Pleasantville Campus 861 Bedford Road Pleasantville, NY WP: White Plains Campus One Martine Avenue White Plains, NY

6 MS in Computer Science MS in Information Systems MS in Computer Science * Take your education, experience, and career to places you may never have imagined In fall 2011, will introduce an updated 30-credit MS in Computer Science. This program, built on a core of algorithms and computing theory, Internet and web computing, grid and cloud computing, and database systems, allows you to pursue an in-depth concentration in one or more high demand areas such as artificial intelligence, Internet computing, mobile computing, network security, and web security. The career opportunities made possible by this exciting offering are endless. n Innovative curriculum Designed to accommodate both students who are new to the field as well as those with undergraduate computer science degrees; features a strong foundation core, a number of focused concentration options, plus a large number of cutting-edge electives. n Practice and publish, while still a student udents conduct leading research with faculty, present at professional conferences, and publish in highly regarded journals like the International Journal of Information Security and Privacy and conference proceedings including those of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), and the Information Systems Educators Conference (ISECON). n Learn from experts in a variety of arenas All of our courses are taught by professors, not teaching assistants, with expertise in a number of fields: biometrics, robotics and artificial intelligence, formal methods, cyber security and computer forensics, and mobile computing. *Pending ate approval See full curriculum on page What s in a name? Once a cable splicer s assistant, Ivan G. 81, worked his way up to chairman and CEO of Verizon Communications, Inc. and transformed his company into a telecommunications giant. He credits much of his success to Pace and helped endow the School of Computer Science and Information Systems in

7 Shauntel Abrams, MS/IS 13 Financial Systems Analyst Moody s MS in Information Systems Move to the forefront of the fastest-growing job market in our economy s MS in Information Systems (IS) was the first of its kind more than 20 years ago. Today, it is one-of-a-kind. Gain advanced knowledge in systems analysis and design, organizational structure, networks and telecommunications, and project management that will make you an asset to any company looking to succeed in today s competitive market. n Providing critical IS skills Core coursework includes systems analysis and design, project management, organizational structure, networks and telecommunications, and topics associated with software, hardware, and telecommunications infrastructure. udents with limited or no background in IS will have a foundation for success in information systems. n Complete your MS faster udents with a BS in IS or similar background may waive one or more requirements, take additional electives, and complete the program with less than the maximum of 42 credits. n Specialized tracks Unique course sequences in Security and Information Assurance, Telecommunications Management and Technologies, or Database Management and Technologies give students an edge in the IS market. See full curriculum on page 5

8 Esterlinda Keller, Software Systems Specialist, was introduced to Pace through one of the certificate programs we offer on site at BNY Mellon. She went on to receive her MS in IT in According to the Workforce Investment Act, Network Systems and Data Communications Analyst is the fastest growing field in the New York City region. Explore our programs to find the right fit for you 6

9 MS in Internet Technology MS in Software Development and Engineering MS in Internet Technology Lead the next internet revolution As the Internet continues to drive both global business and the dissemination of information, the demand for professionals with the expertise to develop Internet Technology grows. This innovative interdisciplinary program provides students with a solid foundation in Internet Technology coupled with a specialization in a complementary discipline or emerging technology. n One of the only MS in Internet Technology programs in the New York area Choose a concentration in ecommerce, Security and Information Assurance, or Network Administration. n Flexibility for the busy professional A mixture of online and on-site courses allow you to work around your busy schedule. Two of the three concentrations can be taken completely online. n A center of excellence Pace is one of only 120 institutions nationwide designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education, meeting rigorous requirements for curriculum, faculty, research, laboratory and library resources, and partnerships. udents who attend these designated schools are eligible for scholarships and grants through the Department of Defense and the National Science Foundation's Federal Cyber Service Program. MS in Software Development and Engineering Hone your skills for success in this in-demand market As software becomes increasingly important to everyday life, so does the demand for well-educated developers. s MS in Software Development and Engineering program focuses on the application of engineering principles to the software development process and is distinguished by its rigorous, indepth study of the problems of managing, designing, developing, delivering, and maintaining large software systems. n One-of-a-kind One of the very few advanced graduate programs in the New York City area, giving you an edge in this exciting market. n Become IEEE certified The only software development program on the East Coast that prepares you to become IEEE certified and to receive credit for it. n Unique partnerships In the past, students in the program have worked with world-class organizations to put their skills to the test developing realworld applications, such as a Coronary Heart Disease Risk Factor Calculator developed in collaboration with Pfizer, Inc. s Clinical Applications Team. See full curriculum on pages

10 MS in Telecommunications Systems and Networks MSEd in Educational Technology Specialist MS in Telecommunications Systems and Networks Combine technical skills with managerial know-how Every day something new happens in this critical field. s MS in Telecommunications Systems and Networks prepares you for success in this ever-changing industry by providing a strong foundation for the planning, implementation, and management of up-to-date networking systems with an emphasis on current and emerging Internetrelated technologies and applications. n A unique blend of technology and management One of the few programs in the United ates to address both the technologies involved in telecommunications as well as the management of these systems, giving graduates an edge in the workplace. n A strong core in the field The program covers a wide range of topics including Wireless Communications and Networks, Optical Communications and Networks, Computer Networking, Computer Network Analysis, Network Security, Telecommunications Management, and Telecommunications Policy and the Environment, opening up the field of career possibilities. n A focus on the fast-growing area of Network Security Elective courses include Cryptography, Secure Web Applications Development, Information Assurance, and more. See full curriculum on pages MSEd in Educational Technology Specialist Empower future generations through technological innovation The 36-credit MSEd in Educational Technology Specialist, offered by the School of Education with required coursework from the School of Computer Science and Information Systems, will prepare graduates for a rewarding career in education with special skills for integrating technology with effective instruction for all learners (including those with disabilities), and supporting technology initiatives in schools. n Meets ISTE (International Society of Technology Education) and ate of New York standards. n Satisfies NY ate Certification as an Educational Technology Specialist. n Learn through personal experience udents are taught using the same advanced technologies that graduates will apply in classrooms and schools. 8

11 Michael Weinraub Lecturer in Education 9

12 DPS in Computing With security, there are two important elements: one is security and being proactive, but the other is incident handling looking back and investigating what has occurred so that we can better prepare and protect ourselves moving forward. Darren Hayes, DPS '08 Lecturer and Expert in Computer Forensics and Security Doctor of Professional udies (DPS) in Computing As an IT professional your time is limited your potential doesn t have to be As a practicing IT professional, you will find what you learn in this innovative program can be readily applied to your present work environment. In only three years of monthly residencies, the program will advance your practice of computing through applied research and development. n art your research earlier, finish your degree faster The long duration of traditional doctoral programs often stems from not completing dissertation research in a timely manner. Unlike other programs, Pace s DPS focuses on research beginning in the first semester, which often lays the foundation for a dissertation. n Flexible Coursework is conducted at monthly, on-campus residencies (Friday evening and all-day Saturday), while additional study is done online. n The research equivalent of a PhD The National Science Foundation (NSF) considers this personal approach to education to be a research doctorate equivalent to the PhD. n Two areas of concentration DPS for Computing and IT Professionals and the DPS for Education Professionals. See full curriculum on page 10

13 Advanced Certificate Programs Advanced Certificate Programs Solidify your standing in a high-tech field with our advanced certificates. Credits may be applied to a graduate degree should you decide to pursue one. Topics include: n Information and Communication Technology rategy and Innovation n Information Systems n Internet Technology for e-commerce n Large Systems Computing n Network Administration See full curriculum on page n Security and Information Assurance n Software Development and Engineering n Telecommunications 11

14 Master of Science in Computer Science* The Computer Science departments of the School recently reviewed and revised the Master of Science in Computer Science. Beginning fall 2011, the departments will offer a 30-credit program that has been both strengthened and updated. The new rigorous curriculum is built on a core of algorithms and computing theory, Internet and web computing, grid and cloud computing, and database systems. It also offers students the flexibility of pursuing one or more focused, in-depth course sequences in cutting edge areas like artificial intelligence, Internet computing, mobile computing, network security, and web security. All technology courses support portable hands-on labs based on computing virtualization so that students can practice on realistic enterprise systems on any computer. Whether you are looking to advance your career or change focus and keep ahead of the latest technologies, this master's is your best choice. Bridge Courses (9 credits) An entering student with limited or no previous background in the field of computer science or programming may be required to take up to 9 credits of prerequisite bridge coursework. A student with a baccalaureate in computer science should be able to waive these prerequisites. For others, some or all of the following courses may be required. CS 502 Fundamental Computer Science I using Java 3 CS 504 Fundamental Computer Science II using Java 3 CS 506 Computer Systems and Concepts 3 Core Requirements (12 credits) CS 608 Algorithms and Computing Theory 3 CS 610 Introduction to Parallel and Distributed Computing 3 CS 612 Concepts and ructures in Internet Computing 3 CS 623 Database Management Systems 3 Concentration Options or Free Electives (9 credits) A student may choose to pursue a focused in-depth concentration in a specific area consisting of a three course sequence for a total of 9 credits. Suggested concentrations include: Artificial Intelligence CS 627 Artificial Intelligence 3 CS 630 Intelligent Agents 3 CS 626 Pattern Recognition 3 Mobile Computing CS 639 Mobile Application Development 3 CS 641 Mobile Web Content and Development 3 CS 643 Mobile Innovations for Global Challenges 3 Internet Computing CS 644 Web Computing 3 CS 646 Service-Oriented Computing 3 CS 648 Enterprise Computing 3 Web Security CS 634 Computer Networking and the Internet 3 CS 651 Secure Distributed System Development 3 CS 652 Secure Web Application Development 3 Network Security CS 634 Computer Networking and the Internet 3 CS 653 Cryptography and Computer Security 3 CS 654 Security in Computer Networking 3 Computer Science Electives (0-12 credits) udents pursuing a 9-credit concentration may select one elective from any of the concentration courses outside of their individual concentration or from those listed below for a total of 3 credits. udents who elect not to pursue an in-depth concentration may choose individual courses contained within the suggested concentrations, provided course prerequisites are met, and from among the courses listed below for a total of 12 credits. udents may also select one elective from outside the computer science curriculum provided they have the necessary prerequisites and permission of their adviser. CS 600 Independent udy 1-4 CS 607 Simulation and Computer Network Analysis 3 CS 628 Automata and Computability 3 CS 629 Computer Graphics 3 CS 631 Special Topics in Computer Science 3 CS 632 Directed Readings in Computer Science 3 CS 633 Data Communications and Networks 3 CS 635 Topics in Telecommunications 3 CS 636 Optical Communications and Networks 3 CS 637 Wireless Communications 3 CS 638 Network Analysis and Design 3 CS 639 Mobile Application Development 3 CS 640 Modern Telecommunications Networking 3 CS 650 Grid Computing 3 CS 653 Cryptography and Computer Security 3 CS 656 Introduction to Mainframe Computing 3 CS 699 Field udy 1-3 Capstone Project (6-9 credits) udents are required to select one of the following three options. udents electing not to pursue Capstone Options 1 or 2 may take an additional concentration for a total of 9 credits. CS 691/CS 692 Computer Science Project I and II 6 CS 693/CS 694 Thesis I and II 6 -or- An additional concentration 9 Total Credits: 30 *Pending ate approval 12

15 Master of Science in Information Systems Global companies gain a competitive advantage through the methods they use to collect, process, transmit, and disseminate data and information. For now and the foreseeable future, the fastest-growing jobs in our economy come from the field of Information Systems. The skills, knowledge, and talents of IS personnel separate great companies from their competitors. A Pace Master of Science in Information Systems prepares you to deliver these advantages. You ll benefit whether you are new to Information Systems or if you have an undergraduate degree in the field. The program s foundation and core programs consist of offerings in systems analysis and design, project management, organizational structure, networks and telecommunications, and relevant topics associated with software, hardware, and telecommunications infrastructure. After completion of foundation and core coursework, you will select a 9-credit knowledge area of specialization in either Security and Information Assurance, Telecommunications Management and Technologies, or Database Management and Technologies. The program culminates in a capstone project that integrates all you have learned while pursuing your degree. Degree Requirements Foundation (0-12 credits) The foundation courses are for students who have limited or no previous background in the field of information systems or computing. A student with a BS in Information Systems should be able to waive the foundation. For others, some or all of the following courses may be waived upon advisement: IS 612 Object-Oriented Concepts and Development 3 IS 613 Database Management Systems 3 IS 617 IS Principles 3 IS 632 Business Telecommunications 3 Core Requirements (12 credits) IS 623 IS Analysis and Design 3 IS 637 IS Project Management 3 Two from the following: IT 603 Overview of Information Security 3 IS 620 Information Systems and Organizational rategy 3 IS 639 IS Planning and Policy 3 Knowledge Areas (9 credits) A student should formally declare a Knowledge Area after taking 18 credits. The student is required to select three courses from one of the following areas for a total of 9 credits and must have satisfactorily completed the indicated prerequisite prior to taking any knowledge area courses. Security and Information Assurance (Prerequisite: IT 603) IS 641 Information Security Management 3 IT 660 Network Security 3 IT 662 Web and Internet Security 3 IT 664 Computer and Internet Forensics 3 Telecommunications Management and Technologies (Prerequisite: IS 632) IS 635 Distributed Information Systems 3 IS 650 Telecommunications Management 3 IS 652 Telecommunications Policy and Environment 3 IT 662 Web and Internet Security 3 Database Management and Technologies (Prerequisite: IS 613) IS 664 Database Programming 3 IS 665 Data Mining, Warehousing, and Visualization 3 IS 667 Database Design and Development for Web Applications 3 IT 662 Web and Internet Security 3 Individualized Knowledge Area (3 credits) udents may design their own knowledge area with advisement from the Information Systems Department. Elective Courses (6-12 credits) udents may choose from among any of the recommended electives. Electives may be taken at any time during the student s course of study provided prerequisites are satisfied. IS 614 Applied Artificial Intelligence 3 IS 631 Operating Systems Principles 3 IS 633 Computer Organization 3 IS 636 Introduction to Multimedia Theory and Applications 3 IS 647 Legal Issues in Information Technology 3 IS 648 Cyber and Professional Ethics 3 IS 654 Cases in Telecommunications 3 IS 658 Web Services 3 IS 661 Object-Oriented Applications Programming 3 IS 662 Issues in Information Systems 3 IS 665 Data Mining, Warehousing, and Visualization 3 IS 668 Visualizing IT: An Introduction to GIS 3 IS 671 rategies for e-commerce 3 IS 672 Managing Innovation and Technology in the Global Market Place 3 IS 673 Managerial Issues in Information Systems 3 IS 675 Customer Relations Management 3 IS 680 Managing Information Technology Outsourcing 3 IS 690 Special Topics in Internet Technology 3 IS 692 IS Research Project Seminar 3 IT 604 Web Development I 3 IT 608 Web Development II 3 IT 612 Web Server Setup, Configuration, and Security Issues 3 Any student who wishes to take a Computer Science course or an advanced-level business course in lieu of an IS elective may do so provided the student has the necessary prerequisites and permission of the program adviser. The option to take a business course is limited to one. Please refer to the Lubin School of Business Graduate Catalog at Capstone Project (3 credits) The student must complete the core and 6 credits of knowledge area coursework prior to registering for the capstone project. IS 680 IS Capstone Project 3 Total Credits:

16 Master of Science in Internet Technology As the Internet continues to impact business and society globally, the demand for professionals with the ability to recognize, understand, and develop Internet technology will continue to grow. A Pace Master of Science in Internet Technology gives you the skills and knowledge to lead businesses as they face dynamic challenges. A highly accessible and supportive faculty enthusiastically share their expertise with you in Java technology, Web server operating systems, Web authoring, information security, and many other areas. After fulfilling core requirements, you will embark on a newly designed curriculum that allows you to declare a 9-credit knowledge area in either e-commerce, Security and Information Assurance, or Network Administration and then complete a 3-credit capstone project. Entering students need not hold an undergraduate degree in a computer-related discipline or have experience in the chosen concentration. If you select Internet Technology for e-commerce or Security and Information Assurance, you can complete your degree online. Degree Requirements Core Courses (12 credits) IT 600 Overview of Computer Networks and Internet Technology 3 IT 603 Overview of Information Security 3 IT 605 Database Management Systems 3 IT 607 Systems Development and Project Management 3 Concentration Options/Knowledge Areas (9 credits) The student is required to select three courses from within one of the following knowledge areas for a total of 9 credits. Internet Technology for e-commerce (Prerequisite IS 612 or permission of Chair) IT 604 Web Development I 3 IT 608 Web Development II 3 IT 612 Web Server Setup, Configuration, and Security Issues 3 IT 662 Web and Internet Security 3 Electives (12 credits)* Select four from the following: IS 637 IS Project Management 3 IT 624 Application Development with.net and Web Services 3 IT 626 Concepts and ructures in Internet Computing 3 IT 628 The Linux Environment and Security 3 IT 630 Design and Programming of User Interfaces 3 IT 632 Internet Computing with Distributed Components 3 IT 634 Introduction to Data Mining 3 IT 636 XML Application Development 3 IT 638 Introduction to Pattern Recognition 3 IT 680 Managing Information Technology Outsourcing 3 IT 690 Special Topics in Internet Technology 3 * udents may take any graduate course or MAR/MBA/MGT graduate Lubin course from a select list for which they have the necessary prerequisites and the chair s approval. Capstone Project (3 credits) IT 691 Capstone Project I 3 Total Credits: 36 Currently, both the Internet Technology for e-commerce and Security and Information Assurance programs are available online. In addition, all knowledge areas are offered as independent advanced certificate programs with the addition of IT 600 Overview of Computer Networks and Internet Technology, and an IT elective. A student who wishes to continue on with the MS in IT after completing one of the advanced certificate programs will be able to do so, provided all other admission requirements are satisfied. An additional course beyond those required for both the certificate and the degree is required. Security and Information Assurance IT 660 Network Security 3 IT 662 Web and Internet Security 3 IT 664 Computer and Internet Forensics 3 IS 641 Information Security Management 3 Network Administration CS 634 Computer Networking and the Internet 3 CS 636 Wide Area Digital Networking 3 CS 640 Modern Telecommunications Networking 3 IS 650 Telecommunications Management 3 14

17 Master of Science in Software Development and Engineering Not only does this program enjoy an outstanding reputation, it is one of the very few graduate programs in Software Development and Engineering in the entire New York City area. This advanced program gives you the opportunity to focus on the application of engineering principles to the development process and is distinguished by a rigorous, in-depth study of the problems of managing, designing, developing, delivering, and maintaining large software systems. As of fall 2011, students completing the MS in Software Development and Engineering program will be prepared to sit for the exam leading to the Certified Software Development Associate (CSDA) credential developed by the Computing Society of the IEEE, the world s leading organization of computing professionals. udents who successfully pass this exam, will enter the field or continue their careers with both an impressive degree and a highly coveted certification, a powerful combination for professional advancement. All incoming students are required to have an undergraduate or graduate degree in computer science or related experience. Capstone (6 credits) SE Advanced Elective 3 SE 785 Software Development udio I 3 -or- SE 701 Software Development Thesis I 3 SE 702 Software Development Thesis II 3 -or- SE Advanced Elective 3 IEEE Certification** 3** Total Credits: 36 * Although competency in programming is required for admission into the program, any student lacking knowledge of the object-oriented paradigm will be required to take SE 602. Credits taken for the preparatory course do not count toward the degree. However, the grade earned is computed into the student s GPA. **IEEE Certification is equivalent to 3 credits of graduate-level coursework. Degree Requirements Preparatory Courses* (4 credits) SE 602 Object-Oriented Development using Java 4 Core Requirements (18 credits) SE 616 Introduction to Software Engineering 4 SE 673 Software Design Methodologies 4 SE 675 Requirements Engineering 3 SE 677 Software Reliability and Quality Assurance 3 SE 679 Contemporary Software Engineering Theory and Practice 4 Recommended Electives (12 credits) Software Engineering Electives SE 700 Independent udy 3 SE 731 Mathematical Modeling of Software Artifacts 1-4 SE 735 Data and Document Representation and Processing 3 SE 741 Formal Software Development 3 SE 745 Concurrent Software Development 3 SE 751 Software Validation and Verification Techniques 3 SE 760 Introduction to Human Computer Interaction 3 SE 761 Human Factors and Usability Metrics 3 SE 765 Distributed Software Development 3 SE 770 Software Risk Management 3 SE 780 Software Development Process Improvement 3 SE 790 Topics in Software Development/HCI/Software Management 3 SE 796 Software Research Seminar 3 Other Electives IS 637 IS Project Management 3 IS 639 Information Systems Planning and Policy 3 CS 639 Mobile Application Development 3 CS 653 Cryptography and Computer Security 3 IT 660 Network Security 3 IT 662 Web and Internet Security 3 15

18 Master of Science in Telecommunications Systems and Networks Every day something new happens in the field of telecommunications. In an increasingly interconnected world, telecommunications professionals need both a strong foundation and the skills and knowledge to foster innovation. No program provides a greater understanding of the field of telecommunications than the Pace Master of Science in Telecommunications Systems and Networks. Specifically designed to offer students a comprehensive and multifaceted education in computer networking and telecommunications, this curriculum covers all the significant aspects including technology, management, and policy. It emphasizes current and emerging Internet-related technologies and applications. The broad nature of the program is ideal for those who wish to enter the field of telecommunications, or current professionals looking for that edge to stay ahead in this ever-changing industry. Degree Requirements Core Courses (27 credits) CS 607 Simulation and Computer Network Analysis 3 CS 633 Data Communications and Networks 3 CS 634 Computer Networking and the Internet 3 CS 636 Optical Communications and Networks 3 CS 637 Wireless Communications 3 CS 654 Security in Computer Networking 3 IS 650 Telecommunications Management 3 IS 652 Telecommunications Policy and Regulatory Environment 3 IS 654 Cases in Telecommunications 3 Recommended Electives (9 credits) Electives may be selected from both the Computer Science (CS) and the Information Systems (IS) offerings. udents are advised to note the prerequisite requirements for particular electives, and to contact their adviser with any questions concerning appropriate electives. CS 600 Independent udy 1-4 CS 612 Concepts and ructures in Internet Programming 3 CS 635 Topics in Telecommunications 3 CS 638 Network Analysis and Design 3 CS 642 Network Programming and Distributed Applications 3 CS 644 Internet Computing with Distributed Components 3 CS 651 Secure Distributed System Development 3 CS 652 Secure Web Application Development 3 CS 653 Cryptography and Computer Security 3 IS 617 IS Principles 3 IS 623 IS Analysis and Design 3 IS 635 Distributed Information Systems 3 IS 641 Information Security Management 3 Total Credits: 36 16

19 Master of Science in Education (MSEd): Educational Technology Specialist The 36-credit MSEd in Educational Technology, offered by the School of Education with required coursework from the School of Computer Science and Information Systems, will prepare you to lead or support technology initiatives in any P-12 environment. Together with your faculty adviser, you will design a customized program to build upon your current skills and fulfill your professional goals. Coursework includes Internet-based forums, research projects, seminars, and a supervised practicum or student-teaching experience, in which you will learn to integrate technology with instruction, and manage technology resources for both teachers and learners, including those with disabilities. Our students meet the competencies specified by both the International Society of Technology Education (ISTE) and the ate of New York. The MSEd also satisfies the educational requirement for New York ate Certification as an educational technology specialist (grades K-12). Prerequisites Teachers or information technology professionals with a bachelor s degree or higher from an accredited institution may apply. We seek a minimum GPA of 3.0; however, some candidates with a GPA of less than 3.0 may be admitted on a conditional basis. Your transcript will be reviewed to ensure it covers the arts and sciences content knowledge required for certification. Any deficiencies can be met during the course of the program, but will not count toward the MSEd degree. Curriculum The Educational Technology Specialist program requires a minimum of 36 graduate credits for the master s degree and 24 graduate credits for the Advanced Certificate, each to be completed within five years. Candidates background in education and in technology will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, using transcript review and challenge examinations. Each candidate will meet with the faculty (either face-to-face or virtually) to design his/her own professional development plan. Each plan must be designed to meet the competencies stipulated by the ate of New York and the International Society of Technology Education. Degree Requirements* Core Courses (18 credits) While exceptions may be made, there is a 18-credit hour Educational Technology Specialist core which most students will take. It consists of the following: ED 615 Assistive Technology for Educating 3 udents with Low-Incidence Disabilities ED 616 Curriculum Development and Instructional Planning with Technology 3 TS 642 Introduction to Computer Software, 3 Hardware, and Networking Technologies TS 654 Designing andards-based, Technology-Enhanced Curriculum 3 ED 672 Differentiating Curriculum and Instruction 3 or ED 672A Differentiating Curriculum and Instruction 3 in Inclusive and Secondary Settings ED 690 Teacher as Researcher 3 Pedagogical Courses (15 credits) Candidates who come with a technology background but with little or no education background will need to have a review done but will, in general, need courses such as the following: ED 630 Human Development in the School Context 3 ED 631 Educational Psychology 3 ED 640 Secondary Methods: Learning to Teach 3 ED 692T udent Teaching 6 Technology Courses (12 credits) udents who come with little or no technology background will need the following courses, some of which are prerequisite to the core: TS 643 Networking Technologies 3 TS 652 Using the Internet as an Instructional Tool 3 TS 653 Multimedia Tools and Design 3 TS 671 Internship in Educational Technology 3 Literacy Requirements (6 credits) ED 651 Models of Literacy Instruction and Technology 3 and/or ED 656 Literacy in the Content Area 3 Total Credits: 36 * For the MS in Educational Technology udies, designed for those who wish to teach adults in a corporate or post-secondary educational setting, see the School of Education Graduate Degree Programs 2011 viewbook or visit 17

20 Doctor of Professional udies in Computing (DPS) This innovative post-master s doctoral degree takes your work and personal life into consideration, as well as your desire to further your education and advance your career. As a practicing IT professional, you will find what you learn in this innovative program can be readily applied to your present professional environment. To offer the greatest possible convenience to students, coursework is conducted at monthly, on-campus residencies (Friday evening and all day Saturday), while additional study is done remotely via the Internet at the time and place that works best for you. The DPS program offers two areas of concentration: the DPS for Computing and IT Professionals and the DPS for Education Professionals. DPS for Computing and IT Professionals The Pace Doctor of Professional udies in Computing gives you the knowledge, experience, and skills that are highly valued by organizations today. The program focuses on the advancement of the practice of computing through applied research and development. This highly personal approach to education is considered by the National Science Foundation to be a research doctorate equivalent to the PhD. Degree Requirements (48 credits) Core Curriculum 18 Advanced Elective Sequence 12 Research Seminar Sequence 6 Dissertation 12 Total Credits: 48 DPS for Computing and IT Professionals Subject Course Number Credits Year 1 Software Design and Implementation DCS 801, credits total (3 per semester) Software Systems Development and Engineering DCS 821, credits total (3 per semester) Fall Spring Summer Data Communications, Networking, and the Internet DCS 834, credits total (3 per semester) Research Seminar DCS 891A, B, C credits total (1 per semester) Year 2 Topics in Computing and Information Technology DCS 860, credits total (6 credits per semester) Research Seminar DCS 891D, E, F credits total (1 per semester) Year 3 Dissertation for DPS in Computing DCS 990, credits total (6 credits per semester) 18

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