New York Tech’s Six Schools and Colleges
New York Tech's schools and colleges collectively offer more than 90 degree programs in almost 50 fields of study. To find out more about the individual degree programs as well as how (in-person, online, blended, or hybrid remote) and and where (which campuses) they are offered, visit nyit.edu/degrees.
Home to our undergraduate core curriculum, the college’s degree programs include biology, biotechnology, and chemistry; behavioral science, counseling, and psychology; interdisciplinary studies; applied and computational mathematics; physics; UX/UI design and development; education; and combined degree programs in coordination with our College of Osteopathic Medicine and School of Health Professions.
Dean: Daniel Quigley, Ph.D.
New York Tech’s largest college offers ABET-accredited undergraduate and graduate degrees in computer science, cybersecurity, and data science; energy management; electrical and computer engineering; mechanical engineering; and more. It also offers a Ph.D. in computer science. The Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC) is among the school’s advanced facilities, offering opportunities for research, internships, networking, and business incubation.
Dean: Babak Beheshti, Ph.D.
In addition to the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, NYITCOM offers graduate degrees in biomedical science, medical/healthcare simulation, and neuromusculoskeletal sciences as well as a Ph.D. in medical and biological sciences and a certificate in global health. Grant-funded research in anatomy, biomedical science, heart and kidney disease, and Parkinson’s disease, among other disciplines, is conducted by NYITCOM faculty and students.
Dean: Nicole Wadsworth, D.O.
Amid the skyscrapers surrounding the New York City campus and the Gold Coast Mansions near the Long Island campus, the School of Architecture and Design offers undergraduate degrees in architecture, architectural technology, and interior design, and graduate degrees in architecture, urban and regional design, architecture-computational technologies, and architecture-health and design.
Offered exclusively at the Long Island campus, the school’s accredited programs include doctoral programs in physical therapy and occupational therapy, master’s degree programs in clinical nutrition and physician assistant studies, and undergraduate programs in exercise science, health sciences, nursing, and health and wellness. The school also offers an online RN to B.S. in Nursing program.
Dean: Gordon Schmidt, Ph.D.
The AACSB-accredited School of Management offers bachelor and master’s degree programs in business administration with a number of concentrations to choose from. All degrees provide access to experiential education and professional enrichment opportunities in and around the world’s business capital: New York.