B.S. Telecom
B.S. BTL
Adv Certificate Telecom
  Bachelor of Science in Professional Technology Studies, Business Technology Leadership Concentration


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


  • The degree will consist of 120 credits:
    • 60-64 transfer credits
    • 56-60 credits provided by Pace University
  • For the student transferring in only 60 credits, an additional inquiry and exploration (general education elective) or concentration course will be required.
  • Most of the courses will be 4 credits each, except the Capstone selection which is a combination of 2 courses (3 credits and 1 credit) taken at the same time. There are some 2 and 3 credit courses available as well.
  • The course offerings will be listed on this Web site for the upcoming semester.
  • A student worksheet will be provided for all students upon acceptance into the program.
  • No more than 3 courses or 10 credits can be taken from the Lubin School of Business for this concentration. (BUS150 and MGT250 are required. Then select from EITHER ACC203 or MAR250)
  • Student must fulfill a total of 60 credits (transfer and Pace credits) in the General Education area to earn the BS degree
Degree Credit Summary

  Credit Source   Credit Type   Number of Courses   Credits Required  
  Other Colleges   Transfer Credits      
60 - 64
 
  Pace University   Major Core  
4 - 6
 
16 - 24
 
  Pace University   Major Elective  
4 - 6
 
16 - 24
 
  Pace University   Major Capstone  
2
 
4
 
  Pace University   Inquiry and Exploration (Gen Ed)  
5 - 7
 
20 - 28
 


B.S. in Professional Technology Studies, Business Technology Leadership Concentration - Requirements

  Course   Entry Requirements*
(64 Credits)
  Credits   Required
/Elective
 
  AIT103   Online Seminar I   1   R  
  AIT107   Computer Applications   4   R  
  ENG120   Critical Writing   4   R  
  MAT125   Technical Math I   4   R  

  Course   Major Core Courses*
(16 credits)
  Credits   Required
/Elective
 
  ACC203   Financial Accounting
  4   R  
  AIT371   Fiber Optics
  4   E  
  AIT381   Emerging Broadband Technologies
  4   E  
  AIT382   Voice over IP Technologies
  4   E  
  AIT383   Emerging Wireless Technologies
  4   E  
  BUS150   Contemporary Business Practices
  3   R  
  CIT361   Forensic Investigation, Acquisition, and Analysis of Digital Evidence
  4   E  
  CIT363   Computer Forensics, Cyberlaw and Evidence Admissibility
  4   E  
  CIT365   Mobile Device Forensics
  4   E  
  MAR250   Principles of Marketing
  3   R  
  MGT250   Managerial and Organization Concepts
  3   R  

  Course   Major Elective Courses*
(Choose 16 credits)
  Credits   Required
/Elective
 
  AIT109   Global Telecom Essentials
  4   E  
  AIT111   AC/DC Electrical Circuits
  4   E  
  AIT196C   Advanced Computer Applications for Telecommunications: MS Access
  1   E  
  AIT196J   Introduction to SQL
  1   E  
  AIT233   Wireless LANs
  4   E  
  AIT235   Telecommunications II / Signal Transmission for Telecommunications
  4   E  
  CIS120   Advanced Window Skills
  2   E  
  CIS122   Advanced Spreadsheet Skills
  2   E  
  CIS123   Advanced Presentation Skills
  2   E  
  CIS126   Introduction to Apple Operating Systems
  2   E  
  CIS133   Social Media Applications
  2   E  
  CIT211   Introduction to Computer System Hardware
  4   R  
  CIT221   Global Networking Technology
  4   R  
  CIT231   Web Authoring and Digital Media
  4   R  
  CIT241   Database Management
  4   R  
  CIT251   Computer Security Overview
  4   R  
  CS199H   Unix Fundamentals
  1   E  
  TS314   Operating Systems
  4   E  

  Course   Major Capstone Selection*
(Choose 4 Credits)
  Credits   Required
/Elective
 
  CIS102N   Introduction to Project Management
  1   R  
  IT607   System Development and Project Management
  3   R  

  Course   Inquiry and Exploration (Gen Ed Elective) Courses*
(Choose 20 credits)
  Credits   Required
/Elective
 
  CHE105   Consumer Chemistry
  4   E  
  COM361   Interpersonal Communications among Cultures
  4   E  
  ECO105   Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics
  3   E  
  HIS113W   The American Experience: Wealth and American Culture
  4   E  
  HIS267   Heroes, Villains and Just Plain Folks: A Biographical Perspective on American History
  4   E  
  INT196C   Integrity Issues in Telecommunications
  4   E  
  INT196P   Making the Connections: Telecommunications Workers and 20th Century U.S. Labor History
  4   E  
  LIT196H   Topic: Literature of the Supernatural
  4   E  
  LIT196N   American Detective Fiction
  4   E  
  LIT200C   Global Crossings: Challenge & Change In Modern World Literature
  4   E  
  LIT343A   Contemporary American Literature
  4   E  
  MAT117   Elementary Statistics
  4   R  
  MCA209   Understanding Mass Media
  4   E  
  MCA221   Professional Communication
  4   E  
  PSY196   Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  4   E  
  PSY201   Psychology of Business and Industry
  4   E  
  PSY256Y   Psychology of Personal Adjustment
  4   E  
  PSY257   Sports Psychology
  4   E  
  PSY297   Principles of Psychology as Depicted in the Cinema
  4   E  
  PSY323Y   Psychology of Learning
  4   E  
  SCI150A   Astronomy
  4   E  
  SCI230   Elements of Environmental Science
  4   E  
*Not every course will be offered every semester

Students are eligible to take the Major Capstone selection once they have fulfilled ALL of the following:
  • Completed 3 out of the 4 Major Core courses (BUS150, MGT250, ACC203 or MAR250)
  • Earned a minimum of 90 credits
  • Earned a GPA above 3.2

   
 
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