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Studying for an undergraduate or graduate degree in the health professions at NYIT means benefiting from an environment that values interprofessional health care practices, transcultural sensitivity, and high-tech learning. You’ll receive classroom and lab training from passionate and experienced professionals, gain real-world, hands-on research and clinical experience at leading regional and national health care facilities, and have the opportunity to explore interdisciplinary learning opportunities alongside NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine students.

Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared to enter the growing field of health care and, in most programs, ready for licensure exams within your field. Across all of our disciplines, pass rates for these tests have been above average, often approaching 100 percent. Our global network of alumni are among top practitioners in health care, providing you with a professional network of mentors and peers.

NYIT School of Health Professions programs are offered at our Old Westbury campus, with the exception of our clinical nutrition program, which is 100 percent online.

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