ABET, Inc., the accrediting body for engineering and technology issued reaccreditation for NYIT’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, B.T. This program is constantly innovating, and will soon become a B.S. program.
Nada Anid, Ph.D., dean of the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, says the school is also planning on introducing new concentrations in power engineering and telecommunications technology.
Members of NYIT’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Program Industrial Advisory Board added glowing comments about the program following its reaccreditation.
“It is highly rewarding to see the suggestions and recommendations of NYIT’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Program Industrial Advisory Board put into practice, helping to steer the program toward one that reflects the talents and skill sets that our technology industries are looking for in engineering graduates.”
– Dave Mesecher, Engineering Fellow, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
"The recent ABET accreditation of NYIT’s electrical and computer engineering technology program confirms the excellent efforts and vision that NYIT’s faculty and staff have made. They assure that NYIT meets the high quality standards established by the profession for which it prepares its students. We at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems commend NYIT for their excellence and look forward to continuing to reach out to NYIT for future new employees and technical collaboration."
– Dr. Ronald Pirich, Fellow, Northrop Grumman Corp.
"As a member of the NYIT Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Program Industrial Advisory Board for many years, I have been impressed with the dedication of the faculty and their concern that the courses that they teach are relevant to industry and community needs."
– Jesse Taub, Independent Consultant
School of Engineering and Computing Sciences
Harry Schure Hall, Room 226C
1855 Broadwayst St., Room 810B
701 W. Georgia St., Suite 1700
c/o NUPT, 66 Xin Mofan Malu
+86 25 349 2393
Your Perfect Valentine’s Day Meal
Lunch & Such: Faculty Research, Creativity, and Community at NYIT
Scene & Heard: Upcoming Events
Why Science Needs the Humanities
NYIT Hosts Forum to Address a Global Crisis