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MS in Computer Science*Take your education, experience, and career to places you may never have imaginedIn fall 2011, Seidenberg will introduce an updated 30-credit MS in Computer Science. This program, built on a core of algorithms and computing theory, Internet and web computing, grid and cloud computing, and database systems, allows you to pursue an in-depth concentration in one or more high demand areas such as artificial intelligence, Internet computing, mobile computing, network security, and web security. The career opportunities made possible by this exciting offering are endless. n Innovative curriculum-Designed to accommodate both students who are new to the field as well as those with undergraduate computer science degrees; features a strong foundation core, a number of focused concentration options, plus a large number of cutting-edge electives.n Practice and publish, while still a student-Students conduct leading research with Seidenberg faculty, present at professional conferences, and publish in highly regarded journals like the International Journal of Information Security and Privacy and conference proceedings including those of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), and the Information Systems Educators Conference (ISECON). n Learn from experts in a variety of arenas-All of our courses are taught by professors, not teaching assistants, with expertise in a number of fields: biometrics, robotics and artificial intelligence, formal methods, cyber security and computer forensics, and mobile computing. *Pending State approvalMS in Computer Science | MS in Information SystemsSee full curriculum on page What's in a name? Once a cable splicer's assistant, Ivan G. Seidenberg '81, worked his way up to chairman and CEO of Verizon Communications, Inc. and transformed his company into a telecommunications giant. He credits much of his success to Pace and helped endow the School of Computer Science and Information Systems in 2005.4 Seidenberg Graduate Programs

Shauntel Abrams, MS/IS '13Financial Systems AnalystMoody'sMS in Information SystemsMove to the forefront of the fastest-growing job market in our economySeidenberg's MS in Information Systems (IS) was the first of its kind more than 20 years ago. Today, it is one-of-a-kind. Gain advanced knowledge in systems analysis and design, organizational structure, networks and telecommunications, and project management that will make you an asset to any company looking to succeed in today's competitive market.n Providing critical IS skills-Core coursework includes systems analysis and design, project management, organizational structure, networks and telecommunications, and topics associated with software, hardware, and telecommunications infrastructure. Students with limited or no background in IS will have a foundation for success in information systems. n Complete your MS faster-Students with a BS in IS or similar background may waive one or more requirements, take additional electives, and complete the program with less than the maximum of 42 credits.n Specialized tracks-Unique course sequences in Security and Information Assurance, Telecommunications Management and Technologies, or Database Management and Technologies give students an edge in the IS market.See full curriculum on page Seidenberg Graduate Programs 5