Student Focused Initiatives
At the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences, it is our mission to provide high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs that will prepare you for advanced studies and challenging positions in business, government, and industry. By the time you graduate, you'll be profession-ready and equipped with the fundamentals needed to pursue graduate studies.
Our four-year Honors Program provides an enhanced undergraduate experience with everything from leadership development opportunities and cutting-edge research, to special events, focused career planning, and internships, as well as chance for early acceptance into the B.S. with Accelerated M.S. option, allowing you the opportunity to earn both degrees within five years.
Mentorship is a valuable addition to personal and professional growth. A mentor can offer unique, unbiased constructive criticism, and words of encouragement towards many of your career-related concerns.
The NYIT College of Engineering and Computing Sciences B.S. with Accelerated M.S. Options program is designed for undergraduate students who have a consistent record of academic excellence and wish to earn their bachelor's and master's degrees in just five years.
In partnership with our network of industry and business organizations, co-op students can prepare, learn, and engage in successful job search practices, gain invaluable on-the-job experience in their fields of study, and earn income while employed in their co-op positions.
This program assists students in the developing and the cultivating their business, interpersonal, and leadership skills. Upon completion, students will be equipped with the fundamentals needed to pursue graduate studies and prepared to join the workforce.
This National Science Foundation-funded program is designed to support students in need of financial aid enrolled in either Computer Science, B.S. or Electrical and Computer Engineering, B.S. program. In addition, each FASTRAC Scholar will receive enhanced academic support to help them succeed in their math-intensive majors and in preparation for tech careers.