Learning by doing. Innovating across boundaries. Becoming an entrepreneur. These are some of the ways NYIT College of Arts and Sciences helps you prepare for your post-graduation careers.
As Apple founder Steve Jobs advised,"Technology alone is not enough — it's technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our heart sing.” At the College of Arts and Sciences, we marry liberal arts with technology using the STEAM approach to bring together Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics.
What We Offer
- High-tech facilities and labs that deliver innovation and learning environments that prepare you for 21st-century careers.
- Biological and Chemical Sciences programs that balance study in the core disciplines of biology and chemistry with hands-on research opportunities alongside expert faculty.
- Discovery Core Curriculum, which provides foundational skills in communications, literature, scientific analysis, behavioral and social sciences, and philosophy that will help you become versatile and nimble in your field.
- Advanced Research Core, where you can work one on one in applications-oriented, graduate-level research projects with medical school faculty.
- Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE), our annual conference where you have an opportunity to present papers, posters, and presentations on your creative, scholarly, and research efforts to members of the New York Tech community.
- Internships and experiential opportunities, including service learning, alternative spring break trips, community based learning, summer jobs, global academic exchanges, and volunteering.
From Classroom to Workplace
As a result of our hands-on career focused programs, most of our graduating seniors find their passion quickly. They are well-rounded educationally and already have practical experience that allows them to hit the ground running at a new job and immediately add value to their employer.
93.4% of New York Tech grads are employed or go on to graduate school within six months of graduation.
Daniel Quigley, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Contact the Dean’s Office
Associate Dean for Curriculum and Student Engagement
Director of Administration and Operations