The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems offers an MS in Information Technology–Cybersecurity Concentration that caters to working professionals seeking to advance their career, make a career transition, or enhance their IT and cybersecurity knowledge to remain competitive in today’s technology-driven business world.
Upcoming Start Date
The next start date is
January 27, 2020
Application Submission and Review Schedule
Students have three opportunities to begin the online Master of Science in Information Technology–Cybersecurity Concentration each year. For our annual academic calendar and application deadline information, please contact an admission advisor at email@example.com.
The Seidenberg School admission committee reviews completed applications on a rolling basis and notifies prospective students when their application is under review. The Pace Office of Graduate Admission informs applicants of the committee’s decision—denied or accepted—within five business days of completed application submission. Accepted students receive their letter of acceptance from Pace via email.
Candidates can apply up to two weeks prior to their desired start date. We encourage prospective students, however, to submit their application well before the deadline if possible.
Candidates are required to hold a four-year undergraduate degree or equivalent from a regionally accredited institution.
Though many students hold a bachelor’s degree in a technical or related area (e.g., information technology, information systems, computer science, software engineering, computer engineering, sciences or mathematics), it is not a requirement.
Students with non-technical degrees may be required to take additional courses as electives.
There is no application fee for the online MSIT–Cybersecurity.
Online MSIT candidates must submit these materials:
- Online application form
- Transcripts from all institutions attended (official or unofficial)
No GMAT or GRE score is required for admission for candidates who hold a four-year undergraduate degree.
Applicants may send unofficial copies of transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org for initial application processing and review. Include transcripts from ALL institutions you attended, even if you did not graduate. Please include your name and program of interest. If you are admitted, your offer is contingent upon the receipt and verification of all official transcripts.
Applicants who have earned a degree or completed coursework at Pace University will not be required to submit a transcript from the University. They are, however, asked to indicate on the application that they have attended Pace.
Transcripts from every accredited college or university attended or graduated from must be sent to Pace University directly from the academic institution electronically or by mail, or forwarded by the applicant in sealed envelopes from the academic institution.
Academic records issued in a language other than English must be translated and attested to by the institution of origin or by a Pace-approved translation agency accredited through NACES.
Transcripts are considered official only if they are sent directly to Pace University from the educational institution of origin, or forwarded by:
- Any NACES-accredited translation evaluator (preferred) OR
- The student’s Ministry of Education OR
- A U.S. consular officer OR
- An EducationUSA adviser OR
- The Institute of Foreign Credential Services
Transcripts can be mailed to:
Office of Graduate Admission
1 Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038
Digital Transcripts can be sent to:
Office of Graduate Admission
The resume should focus on the past five years of your professional work experience. Include recognitions and achievements (e.g., licenses, publications and awards) and any significant community or extracurricular activities.
To learn more about the Seidenberg School’s online MSIT–Cybersecurity, fill out the fields below to download a free brochure. You can also call us toll-free at (866) 843-7205 to talk with one of our admission advisors.