New York Institute of Technology’s Vancouver campus is pleased to announce these new master’s degree program opportunities in some of the hottest industries around the world:
Master of Science in Information, Network, and Computer Security
NYIT has received approval from the Minister of Advanced Education of British Columbia to offer a Master of Science in Information, Network, and Computer Security (M.S.-INCS). This new master’s degree in the field of cybersecurity is a cutting-edge program designed to prepare students for leadership positions in addressing a major challenge faced by modern organizations. The M.S.-INCS will be ideally suited for graduates of baccalaureate programs in computer science, engineering, operations research, mathematics, and related areas. The program is a two-year program (although particularly strong, well-prepared, and hard-working students could complete the requirements more quickly). The newly approved program will begin accepting applications immediately, with a planned start-up in early 2014.
Master of Business Administration with a concentration in either Finance or Tourism
The highly sought-after M.B.A. has been NYIT-Vancouver's flagship program. BC's Ministry of Advanced Education has now approved two optional concentrations for the NYIT M.B.A., in either Finance or Tourism. Each concentration is achieved by replacing the three elective courses (nine credits) with five courses (15 credits) specified for the concentration, extending the general M.B.A. program by two courses (six credits).
All of the above are approved by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. (See http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/institutions/participants.asp) and recognized by the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (See http://www.cicic.ca/687/postsec.canada?id_postsec=2113).
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