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Jan 20 2015

NYIT Selected to Participate in Epicenter’s Pathways to Innovation Program

Jan 13 2015

NYIT Ranks Among 2015 U.S. News Best Online Programs

Dec 23 2014

Architecture and Medical Students Launch Global Competition for Healthy Designs

Dec 18 2014

BBC to Feature Home2(O) Project in News Segment

Dec 12 2014

NYIT Wins Grant to Develop STEM Programs

May 28 2015

Transfer Enrollment Day

May 28 2015

NYIT Vancouver Alumni Reception

May 29 2015

NYIT-Vancouver Graduation Ceremony

May 29 2015

Dance dance dance for Nursing Home program

May 31 2015

NYIT Alumni Brunch in San Francisco


How does the School of Management ensure that it is advancing its mission?

How does the school know that it is meeting the needs of the students it serves?

How do we measure overall high quality of the academic programs and improve on performance, where needed?

How is Stakeholder satisfaction monitored for the set of educational services that are offered? How are Stakeholder inputs gathered and utilized?

The answers to these questions are all addressed in the School of Management portfolio of assessment processes. Broad and comprehensive, the school relies on a number of dimensions of assessment to maintain overall high quality and ensure that its processes and curriculum adhere to established standards of best practice, are innovative and expand the envelope of quality management education, and meet the emerging needs of the business community and its Stakeholder groups, at large.

  • The assessment process begins with the Strategic Planning process, and the Strategic Plan, to guide the school's development, maintain its focus, and follow a tightly constructed action plan with accountability to outcome quality;
  • Both the Executive Council and the Business Advisory Board provide the school with feedback and advice on how it can better meet the needs of the dynamic business environment;
  • The setting and maintenance of learning goals, at various levels and across all academic programs, supported by student learning outcomes, measures of quality linked to these goals, and a Decision Support System know as the Goal Validation System (GVS), helps the school, its students, and employers gauge student success and provides Assurance of Learning towards attaining the skills and knowledge necessary to become leaders in business enterprise;
  • Measures of Stakeholder satisfaction and critical assessment for improvement are solicited by way of the school's Indirect Assessment process, which includes survey analysis of students, employers, alumni and others;
  • The school's annual Stakeholders' Conference which addressees a specific set of issues in higher education, includes diverse Stakeholder groups and their inputs, and results in benchmarking where the school has been, currently is, and needs to go in the spirit of continuous improvement;
  • The school engages its Student Advisory Board as a direct vehicle to speak with, and hear from its student population. The Board and its officers facilitate a two-way dialog between the school's administrators, faculty, and staff with our students, with the intent of not only engaging students directly into the quality improvement effort, but also guaranteeing that student concerns are heard, understood, and acted upon in a timely manner.

For additional information of the School of Management Assessment processes, visit the embedded links or contact:

Dr. Jess Boronico, Dean
Phone: 516.686.7838

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