New York Institute of Technology is a private, independent, nonprofit, non-sectarian, coeducational research university was founded in 1910. The university has four campuses in the USA of which three are located in New York: Old Westbury; Central Islip; Manhattan and one in Arkansas. It also has campuses around the world such as United Arab Emirates, China and Canada.
NYIT comprises five schools and two colleges: School of Architecture and Design; School of Engineering and Computing Sciences; School of Health Professions; School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Education; School of Management; College of Arts and Sciences and Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine. All emphasizes on technology and applied scientific research. The University is offering more than 70 undergraduate and graduate programs in engineering, health science, business, environment, sciences, education, engineering and computing sciences, media and architecture.
The NYIT has over 9500 students through all its campuses with more than 5000 undergraduate students. The student to faculty ratio at this university is 13:1 and the acceptance rate is 69% (2010).
NYIT has partnered with the Nederlander Organization which is one of the largest theatre and music venues in the United States for NYIT theatre related programs. NYIT’s college of Osteopathic Medicine has many clinical affiliations with more than 30 hospitals in New York which give students to access to these facilities.
Notable Alumni: Eric Cole (CTO at McAfee), Michael McCrackan (R&D Director at Kodak), Jerry Romano (Chairman at New York Emmy Awards) and many more.
New York Institute of Technology New York Programs
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Bachelors: USD $35585.
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Bachelor: Spring: Dec 1, Fall- July 1
Masters: Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.
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