Guide Your Employer’s Technical Evolution

Strategic business goals are subject to the constant growth and change in the IT field. A leader who has the skills to quickly align technical projects with their employer’s objectives while also effectively communicating with technology users at all levels of an organization will be uniquely positioned for success.

Elevate your credentials and prepare to become an effective manager through Pace University’s online BS in Professional Technology Studies with a Business Technology Leadership concentration. Our industry-driven curriculum aptly prepares students to assess, design and implement business technology solutions. Students gain confidence in their ability to use project management best practices to effectively manage high-level business plans and benefit from our close connections with professional organizations and governmental agencies including the Computing Accreditation Commission, the National Security Agency, the Department of Homeland Security, and CISCO.


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Sample Course Schedule

  Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
Fall AIT 103 — Introduction to Online Learning (1)
AIT 107 — Computer Applications (4)
ENG 120 — Critical Writing (4)
CIT 251 — COMPUTER SECURITY OVERVIEW (4)

CIT or AIT Elective (200 level or higher)
CIT 344 — Project Management (4)
BUS 101 — Contemporary Business Practices (3)
Spring MAT 102 or MAT 125 — Technical Math (4)
MGT 150 — Managerial and Organizational Concepts (3)
CIT 231 — Web authoring & digital media (4)
CIT 2411 —DATABASE MANAGEMENT (4)

Business Elective
 
Summer CIT 211 — INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SYSTEMS (4)

Arts & Sciences Elective
MAT 117 — Elementary Statistics (4)

CIT or AIT Elective (300 level or higher)
 

Note: Students typically take two courses per semester. Students interested in three courses should speak to their advisor.