New York Institute of Technology
New York Institute of Technology is a private, independent college that offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate degree programs through eight schools:
• Architecture and Design • Arts, Sciences and Communication • Education and Professional Services • Engineering and Technology • Extended Education • Health Professions, Behavioral and Life Sciences • Management • New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
More than 11,000 students take classes on three campuses---in Old Westbury and Central Islip, Long Island, and in Manhattan, at Columbus Circle near Lincoln Center---as well as online via the Internet and at a growing number of sites worldwide.
NYIT was founded with a mission to provide career-oriented, professional education; to offer access to opportunity for all qualified students; and to support applications-oriented research that benefits the larger world. A national leader in the integration of technology in teaching and learning, NYIT prepares students for 21st century careers through hands-on educational programs that focus on the future. NYIT's distinguished faculty members hold degrees from top U.S. and international universities and professional credentials in their fields, offering students the advantage of learning from specialists with both academic and professional expertise. NYIT's students have opportunities to participate in numerous internships and professional projects, and to assist professors in research endeavors in on-campus research centers. As a result, more than 84% have job offers in their fields at graduation.
NYIT's growing academic reputation and unique mission will continue to position the college as a leader in higher education, preparing students for the limitless possibilities of the 21st century in an environment that fosters knowledge, personal growth and success.