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Student Career Outcomes and Data

Rising Stars

Nicholas Cariello

Nicholas Cariello

B.S. ‘18 and Master’s candidate
IBM

Victoria Rouse

Victoria Rouse

B.F.A. ‘18
Walt Disney Company

Rosalba Giarratano

Rosalba Giarratano

Master’s Candidate
NASA

Sanal Cheripuram

Sanal Cheripuram

M.B.A. Candidate
U.S. Marine Corps Reserves, President of the Graduate Student Association

Nirma Hasty

Nirma Hasty

B.F.A.
NBC

David Yulda

David Yulda

D.O. ‘18
University of Texas/Gavlveston – Anesthesiology

Brittany May

Brittany May

D.O. Candidate
D.O. Advocate and Ambassador

Amanda Kaminaris

Amanda Kaminaris

B.S. ‘16, M.S. ‘18
Mercy Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital—Physician Assistant, Maternal Fetal Medicine

In 2019, more than 2,700 students graduated from New York Institute of Technology. These doers, makers, innovators, and inventors reached a major milestone just by earning their degrees. As for the industries they are entering—the New York Tech revolution has just begun. Every year, we ask students about their plans following graduation and their experiences at New York Tech. Get an inside look at how our students break ground in their dream careers. See stats and facts representing recent classes.*

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Employment

%

of graduates entering the job market are employed within a year of graduation—with some pursuing an additional degree or course of study.

Top Employers

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ALL GRADUATES

  • Apple
  • AT&T
  • Citi
  • General Motors
  • IBM
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Microsoft
  • Northwell Health

CLASSES OF 2018 & 2019

  • Boeing
  • Con Edison
  • Deloitte
  • Google
  • Harvard Medical School
  • Northwell Health
  • NYC Department of Education
  • Raytheon
  • Walt Disney Company

Source: LinkedIn as of August 2019

Top Grad School choices (Classes of 2018 & 2019)

1. NYIT (Including NYITCOM)
2. New York University (NYU)
3. Columbia University
4. Stony Brook University (SUNY)
5. Northeastern University

6. Syracuse University
7. Long Island University
8. City University of New York (CUNY)
9. Harvard University
10. Rutgers University

Estimated Annual income, 2018


42% of Class of 2018 earning $60,000+

High Mobility


NYIT is ranked #7 for the highest student mobility rates among four-year private, nonprofit institutions. 37% of students who come from families with household incomes in the bottom 20% jumped to the top 20% of earners.


Source: Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac 2018

Members of the Class of 2018 who attended the New York campuses also reported the following:

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OVERALL, SATISFIED WITH THEIR EXPERIENCE AT NYIT.

54% Bar Graph

Participated in an internship or other experiential learning opportunity while at NYIT.

81% Bar Graph

Agree that their major coursework at NYIT relates to their current field of employment.

40% Bar Graph

Plan to pursue graduate or professional school.

Location, Location, Location

Map of NYIT Campus Locations

TOP AREAS WHERE ALUMNI LIVE/WORK

  • Greater New York City (New York City, Long Island, Northern New Jersey, Western Connecticut)
  • California (Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area)
  • Texas (Houston, Dallas)
  • Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)
  • Massachusetts (Boston area)
  • United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi)
  • British Columbia, Canada (Vancouver area)
  • China (Nanjing)

Source: Alumni Relations data from Classes of 2015–2019

Recent Grads: Sample Employers/Titles By School (Classes of 2018 & 2019)

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School of Architecture & Design

  • H2M Architects + Engineers | Staff Architect
  • Richard Meier & Partners Architects | Entry Level Designer
  • Disney | Architecture Intern
  • KPF | Architectural Designer
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College of Arts & Sciences

  • Bank of America/Merrill Lynch | Application Programmer
  • Estee Lauder | Chemist
  • LIFT | Development & Communications Associate
  • Med-stat | Biomedical Engineer
  • NetEase Games | Game Character Designer
  • Northwell Health | Office Practice Coordinator
  • NYC Department of Education | Assistant Principal
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College of Engineering & Computing Sciences

  • Amazon | Software Engineer
  • Boeing | Software Engineer
  • Chubb Insurance | IT Security Engineer
  • Con Edison | Construction Supervisor
  • Google | Developer
  • IBM | Managing Consultant
  • Provident Partners, LLC | Director of Energy Operations
  • Raytheon | Software Engineer
  • Verizon | Software Developer
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School of Health Professions

  • Mount Sinai Hospital | Physician Assistant
  • Northwell Health | Physical Therapist
  • Stony Brook Hospital | Registered Nurse
  • Upper East Side Nursing and Rehab | Occupational Therapist
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School of Management

  • Aetna | Senior Writer/Designer
  • Deloitte | Financial Risk Analyst
  • Marathon Ventures | Junior Accountant
  • Marriott International | Housekeeping Manager
  • Millennium Management LLC | Finance Analyst
  • United Nations | Associate Human Resources Officer
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College of Osteopathic Medicine (residency and internship placements)

  • Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center | Resident Physician
  • Emory University School of Medicine | Pediatric Resident
  • Good Samaritan Hospital | Emergency Medicine Resident
  • Harvard Medical School | Psychiatry Resident
  • Mount Sinai | Resident Physician
  • Northwell Health | Family Medicine Resident

Rising Stars

Nicholas Cariello

Nicholas Cariello

B.S. ‘18 and Master’s candidate
IBM

Victoria Rouse

Victoria Rouse

B.F.A. ‘18
Walt Disney Company

Rosalba Giarratano

Rosalba Giarratano

Master’s Candidate
NASA

Sanal Cheripuram

Sanal Cheripuram

M.B.A. Candidate
U.S. Marine Corps Reserves, President of the Graduate Student Association

Nirma Hasty

Nirma Hasty

B.F.A.
NBC

David Yulda

David Yulda

D.O. ‘18
University of Texas/Gavlveston – Anesthesiology

Brittany May

Brittany May

D.O. Candidate
D.O. Advocate and Ambassador

Amanda Kaminaris

Amanda Kaminaris

B.S. ‘16, M.S. ‘18
Mercy Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital—Physician Assistant, Maternal Fetal Medicine


*Data is collected by the Offices of Institutional Research, Career Services, and Development and Alumni Relations. Data is also drawn from other resources, including self-reported information on LinkedIn. Unless noted, stats shown are from the 2017-2018 Graduate Student Survey conducted by the NYIT Office of Institutional Research (nyit.edu/planning/surveys), the 2017 and 2018 commencement ticketing surveys conducted by the Office of Career Services, and/or 2017 and 2018 self-reported alumni data collected by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations.