New York Institute of Technology - Vancouver
Founded in 1955 as a private not-for-profit university in the State of New York, New York Institute of Technology has a global vision of education with campuses in Manhattan, Long Island, Arkansas, China, Abu Dhabi, and here in Vancouver. As a global university, New York Tech allows students to move between campuses with complete internal transferability of credits. Students are thus able to experience and graduate with the same New York Tech degree from the campus of their choice.
Each program at Vancouver campus is based on the same courses as the original program in New York. However, because the institute infuse significant local and international content throughout many of the courses, students are prepared to work anywhere in the world.
NYIT-Vancouver offers a variety of graduate level degree programs, such as its established M.B.A. in Management, an M.B.A. with a concentration in Finance, and its highly regarded Master of Science in Cybersecurity (M.S., Cybersecurity). The institute also has recently launched a Master of Science in Energy Management (M.S.-EM), which is dedicated to innovation in energy management and fits perfectly with British Columbia?s goals to become a world leader in this area. NYIT-Vancouver?s M.S.-EM is congruent with British Columbia?s energy policies while recognizing that students must also be employable elsewhere in Canada or globally.
The institute is an important and valued member of Vancouver?s higher education community. NYIT-Vancouver is collaborating with both public and private institutions and have formed partnerships with over 40 businesses and community partners. By studying here, students will be a part of an institution with a presence in both Atlantic and Pacific Gateway cities, New York, one of the planet?s greatest cities, and Vancouver, one of the world?s most beautiful and livable cities.
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