|Study mode||Start date||Duration||Fee international||Fee study period||Year of study|
|Full-time||Jan, May, Aug||semesters: 1 - 3||$11500||Semester||2020 - 2021|
Improve your English language and academic skills, for progression to a master’s degree. You can also earn credits that you will transfer to your degree. Available disciplines include arts and sciences, business and computing. See all progression degrees.
Study your pathway program on Pace’s New York City campus and continue your studies in Lower Manhattan or progress to the Westchester campus, depending on your degree and preference.
The Graduate Global Pathways program will help you improve your English level, academic and test skills, so you can progress to a master’s degree.
Depending on your English language level, you will take 1–3 semesters of Graduate Global Pathways. The courses you take and the number of credits you can earn each semester vary by program track.
Leads to degrees in: Business (including 10 MBAs suitable for students without work experience), Computing, Media, Psychology, Public Administration, Science, TESOL
Study location: New York City. Depending on degree, progress to New York City or Westchester Campus
Program duration: 1–3 semesters (4–12 months)
Potential transferable credits: 3–11
English level required: minimum TOEFL 55–80 (depending on degree), or equivalent
Academic requirement: bachelor’s degree with minimum 3.0 GPA. Many degrees have additional requirements.
* Prices are for the 2020–21 academic year.
"The Graduate Global Pathways program really helped me to learn about American culture and adapt to student life. I now understand what US professors expect, and why presentation skills and group work are so important".
Yue from China
Followed her path to MS Accounting, now a Tax Associate at PwC in Beijing
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