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New York Tech Launches Two Online Master’s Programs

January 26, 2023

New York Tech is now offering two fully online graduate degree programs in the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences: an M.S. in Computer Science and an M.S. in Data Science. Everspring, a leading provider of education technology and services, is providing full-service integrated marketing, student success support, and faculty resources to ensure strong student outcomes for the online programs.

New York Tech and Everspring first launched their partnership in 2020, when Everspring supported the rapid development of high-quality fundamental courses for New York Tech’s incoming undergraduate students. That engagement relied on Everspring’s CourseBuilder software product, a self-service digital platform that enables colleges and universities to quickly create high-quality online courses at scale. Everspring also performed in-depth market research to identify areas for future program growth that best reflect New York Tech’s areas of expertise while meeting emerging prospective student and employment market demand.

“This expansion is a result of the market research and portfolio planning work we partnered on with Everspring to explore New York Tech’s growth opportunities,” says Provost and Executive Vice President Jerry Balentine, D.O. “We are very excited to apply the insights we gathered to expand access to our programs and attract the next generation of leaders to these in-demand fields.”

The addition of two new online graduate degree programs in data science and computer science expands New York Tech’s portfolio of online graduate degrees and certificate programs that provide students with an understanding of the methods and systems related to their professional focus in the computing sciences. Courses will be offered to students starting in 2024.

“We are excited to partner with Everspring to add these high demand programs to our portfolio,” says Babak D. Beheshti, Ph.D., dean of the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences. “Expanding digital modalities of our already successful graduate programs is in response to the need for additional flexibilities that students and working professionals have in today’s economy.”

The new online programs are designed to support students’ learning and professional development. Students can complete their degrees in as few as 10 months and for less tuition while attending classes and completing coursework on their own schedule.

“We are thrilled to expand our partnership with New York Tech to include these two new online graduate programs,” says Beth Hollenberg, chief executive officer and co-founder of Everspring. “Student demand for data science and computer science degrees is growing at a supercharged pace, and this is an ideal time to bring these programs to market with dynamic and engaging courses that reflect the depth of New York Tech’s expertise.”

Learn more about the programs.