Undergraduate degree preparation
The Global Pathways program at Pace University is designed for international students who do not meet the English language requirements for their chosen undergraduate degree at the University. The program provides excellent preparation for undergraduate study at a top U.S. university, with college-level English tuition and academic coursework.
International students can earn up to 17 credits toward their degree during the Global Pathways program.
The program is currently taught on the New York City Campus.
A wide range of bachelor’s degrees
International students can progress to a bachelor’s degree in science, business, the arts or computer science at either Pace’s New York City campus or Westchester campus, located in the village of Pleasantville.
International students can study at:
- Lubin School of Business (New York and Westchester Campus)
- Dyson College of Arts and Sciences (New York and Westchester Campus)
- Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems (New York and Westchester Campus)