NYIT School of Architecture and Design offers a vibrant learning environment dedicated to excellence and is committed to an ambitious culture of innovation. Future modes of architecture and design practices ask for an expansion of integrative research, and an open source sharing and distribution of experimentations in order for transformative knowledge to have a greater impact on today’s world. The engagement with diversified inquiries working across disciplines and expertise accelerates the preparation for evolving forms of design careers. At NYIT School of Architecture and Design, we infuse design sensitivities while harnessing technological advances and emergent computational strategies. By stimulating unconventional investigations in new territories, we inspire creative and speculative ideas that address the consequential sustainability issues of increasing urban agglomerations and megacities.
The scope of NYIT School of Architecture and Design is to provide a unique and affordable educational experience that emphasizes vigorous academics, critical thinking, advanced specializations, and access to top professional development and networking resources. Our campuses in the heart of New York City and on the Gold Coast of Long Island provide the perfect opportunity to explore the world’s most influential architectural designs and make valuable industry contacts as students meet with outstanding architects, designers, theorists, artists, and scientists in their converging fields. International studies and visits to prominent sites around the world broaden student perspectives and give them a greater understanding of the interdisciplinary professional skills needed to become a successful and leading practitioner in today’s competitive global marketplace.
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Maria Perbellini, M.Arch.
Dean, School of Architecture and Design
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