Explore New York Tech —a dynamic, highly ranked, and accredited not-for-profit university committed to educating the next generation of leaders, and to inspiring innovation and advancing entrepreneurship. Our 10,000 students representing 50 states and 100 countries at campuses around the world become engaged, technologically savvy physicians, architects, scientists, engineers, business leaders, digital artists, health care professionals, and more.
New York Tech offers 90 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, in more than 50 fields of study, including architecture and design; arts and sciences; education; engineering and computing sciences; health professions; management; and medicine. A non-profit, independent, private, and nonsectarian institution of higher education, NYT has more than 10,000 students worldwide.
Why New York Tech - New York
- Campus life: Connect to the energy and opportunities of one of the world’s most exciting and cosmopolitan cities. New York Tech - Manhattan places you in the heart of New York City—the global capital of culture, finance, media, technology, and almost everything else.
- Hands-on experience: It is the New York Institute of Technology's goal to provide their students with enough experiences to cultivate the traits they will need later in life to have satisfying lives. After graduating, NYT alumni are prepared for long-term success in work and life, contribute to local and global communities through social and professional relationships, and remain connected to NYT. By the time of graduation, NYT students will, at the appropriate level (bachelors, masters or professional):
- Gain a coherent understanding of the knowledge, skills, and values of their discipline
- Achieve proficiency in oral and written communication, scientific and quantitative reasoning, critical analysis, technological competency, and information literacy
- Integrate academic and co-curricular learning to explore concepts and questions that bridge disciplines, professions, and cultures
- Formulate evidence-based and ethical courses of action or conclusions to address challenges and problems
- Engage with, respond to, and reflect on political, social, environmental and economic challenges at local, national, and global levels
- Develop self-efficacy, professionalism, creativity, and an innovative spirit