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Events

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 25 2015

Memorial Day Holiday

May 26 2015

Transfer Enrollment Day

May 27 2015

Transfer Enrollment Day

May 28 2015

Transfer Enrollment Day

May 28 2015

NYIT Vancouver Alumni Reception

Professional Enrichment

The School of Management’s academic programs deliver both classroom and real life learning experiences. To complement these educational opportunities, the school’s Professional Enrichment platform offers co-curricular activities during which our students meet and network with area specialists; learn from business leaders; and attend various seminars and forums that deal with professional readiness and/or current work-related issues.

Recommended Involvement: All students and alumni, as well as other stakeholders of the school, are invited to attend and participate in professional enrichment activities. Students should consult with their academic advisor in order to better understand the contribution of the Professional Enrichment platform towards the partial fulfillment of their academic degree program. All School of Management students are strongly encouraged to attend professional enrichment activities to further their own professional goals and development.

Earning Professional Enrichment Points: Students earn enrichment points through their involvement in scheduled activities.A maximum of four enrichment points may be earned for activities outside of the University. Email Dr Cohn at dcohn02@nyit.edu for information regarding documentation and substantiation. All enrichment activities earn one enrichment point unless otherwise noted.  Students are required to bring their ID cards to each event in order to have their attendance recorded.

Students enrolling in School of Management of BSBA programs as of the Fall 2011 are required to complete the Professional Enrichment Capstone course, which includes participation in a minimum of 16 seminars over the course of their 4 years on campus.  All School of Management students are strongly encouraged to exceed the minimum number of sessions and activities to further their own professional goals and development.  One point is given for each Professional Enrichment activity attended.  Students are required to bring their NYIT ID card to each activity for attendance. Start attending seminars today and get the most out of your time with NYIT.  It is strongly recommended that students complete this requirement one semester before the semester they intend to graduate in order to be assured of completion.

It is strongly recommended that students complete their PE requirements in the semester before graduation.

Certificate of Completion Programs: Thematic tracks of activities provide students with an opportunity to increase their depth of knowledge in a designated area. Participants that attend the minimum number of activities in a designated track are eligible for a Certificate of Completion, awarded at the school's Honors Gala, held annually at the end of the spring semester.  Tracks must be completed by March 15 in order to be invited to the Honor's Gala.  Certificates for tracks completed later in the semester can be obtained by contacting Dr. Cohn.

Professional Enrichment seminars and workshops are added regularly. See the most updated Calendar of Events at our New York Campuses and start attending events today!

Contact Us

Dr. Jim Murdy, Ph.D.
Associate Dean and Executive Director of Professional Enrichment
516.686.7673
jmurdy@nyit.edu

For information on the New York program:

Dr. Deborah Cohn
Director of Professional Enrichment (New York)
516.686.7710
dcohn02@nyit.edu

For our students at our international campus locations, please contact the School of Management Director of Special Programs for your specific campus location.