Pace University holds partnerships with industry-specific programs to provide career support and/or tuition discounts to applicable students.
In response to the growing education and training needs of the telecommunications industry, the National Alliance for Communication, Technology, Education and Learning (NACTEL) was created. Pace University partners with NACTEL to offer employees at NACTEL-supported companies and organizations programs to enhance their careers.
These organizations include:
- International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
- Communications Workers of America (CWA)
- Frontier, a Citizens Communications Company
NACTEL Certification Programs
- Broadband Essentials Certificate
- Emerging Telecommunications Technology Certificate
- Introduction To Broadband Certificate
- Introduction To Telecommunications Certificate
- Mobile Technology Essentials Certificate
- Telecommunications Essentials Certificate
- Video Technologies Essentials Certificate
- Wireless Networking Essentials Certificate
NACTEL Undergraduate Programs
- AS in Applied Information Technology: Telecommunications
- AS in Applied Information Technology: Video Technologies
- AS in Applied Information Technology: Wireless Networking
- AS in Applied Information Technology: Cyber Security
- AS in Applied Information Technology: Networking Technologies
- AS in Applied Information Technology: Mobile Technologies
- BS in Professional Technology Studies
NACTEL Graduate Program
Visit the NACTEL website for more information.
Federal Academic Alliance (FAA)
As part of Pace University’s Federal Academic Alliance program, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) works with federal employees to provide discounts for online programs.
FAA Undergraduate Programs
FAA Graduate Programs
Visit the FAA website for more information.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute (GLI)
The Pace–Gilder Lehrman MA in American History Program is a fully online, fully accredited, 30-credit degree program.K–12 educators (including teachers, district supervisors, librarians, museum professionals, and National Park Service employees) who are affiliated with the Gilder Lehrman Institute and possess a bachelor’s degree are all eligible for the program. Following the completion of ten 3-credit courses, including the required Historiography and Historical Methods course and Thesis/Capstone course, students are awarded a master’s degree in American history, and can participate in the Pace University graduation ceremony in New York City.