Barry University, Tallahassee
What is the PACE Program?
- The School of Professional and Career Education (PACE) offers accelerated bachelor’s and master’s degree programs designed to meet the needs of working adults
- Most classes in accelerated degree programs meet for four hours once a week, for eight weeks
- As an undergraduate student, you can take four courses each fall or spring semester. Each semester contains A and B sessions; most students take two courses per session.
- The portfolio process can award up to 30 college credits, which will provide a savings in both time and money
- A summer term is also available
Degrees Offered in Tallahassee
Bachelor of Science Information Technology
Bachelor of Public Administration
Bachelor of Science in Administration
Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
Master of Arts in Administration
Master of Public Administration
What are the benefits of the PACE Program?
- Complete your degree in an accelerated program
- Received college credits for learning acquired through work experience and community service through the portfolio process
- Receive financial aid if you qualify
- Attend small classes that meet one evening per week or on Saturdays
- Learn from an experienced and qualified faculty
- Earn college credits CLEP exams, military training, and other qualifications
- Learn in a caring environment
- Receive personal attention from your academic advisor
- Benefit from free academic, career, and personal counseling
How can I enroll?
- Call our office to make an appointment with an academic advisor
- Meet with your advisor to plan your program, complete your application, and register for classes
- Request your high school and/or college transcripts be sent to the Barry University Office of Admissions
- Complete and submit all financial aid applications
- Once you have submitted your application and received an acceptance letter from The Office of Admissions, you can start almost any time throughout the year, depending on which session you prefer
Barry is a military-friendly institution
Barry University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Associations of Colleges and Schools to award bachelor’s, master’s, specialist, and doctoral degrees. Barry University does not discriminate on the bases of race, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin or physical limitations in the admission of its students. This information is requested on the application form for completion of statistical information only and is not used as basis for admission.