All Summer 2020 courses as well as admissions events and the June 21 commencement are being held remotely (with an in-person commencement for the Class of 2020 to be held in May 2021). Additional information and links to resources for students and faculty/staff can be found at nyit.edu/covid.
New York City and Long Island Campus Access Policy updates can be found at nyit.edu/alerts.
In the digital world—where everyone and everything is connected as never before—the most valuable players are those who can think critically, solve problems creatively, communicate effectively, and adapt easily across many disciplines, cultures, and situations.
In the College of Arts and Sciences, whatever your major—from advertising to physics to urban administration—we’ll fortify your education through an emphasis on innovation and entrepreneurism, and the integration of new technologies into every course of study. You’ll be part of a community pursuing fields as diverse as communication and advertising, life sciences like biology and chemistry, fine arts, criminal justice, journalism, filmmaking, psychology, and biomedical engineering. And you’ll emerge with the broad skills and perspectives to lead and succeed in the global marketplace.
Feb 14 — In an op-ed, Robert Feirsen, Ed.D, assistant professor and department chair of education, shared "How to Vet the Presidential Candidates on Education" in
Feb 11 — Susana Chinchilla (M.S. '21) has dreams of working for Google once she graduates with her master's in UX/UI. “I can actually see myself working at a big company,” she says. “The goal isn’t too far to reach.” https://fal.cn/36uRd
Feb 05 — A Dent in the Universe: After serving in the United States Air Force for nine years, student-veteran, Ashley Dent (B.FA. '20), took a leap of faith and moved to New York City to study advertising, public relations, and technology at New York Tech. https://fal.cn/36nS6