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New York Institute of Technology – Reviews

Written by  Rachit Agrawal, MBA

Published on Tue, January 23, 2018 8:03 PM   Updated on Mon, December 16, 2019 6:43 AM   10 mins read

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New York Institute of Technology is a dynamic, highly ranked, and accredited not-for-profit university committed to educating the next generation of leaders, and to inspiring innovation and advancing entrepreneurship. It is a private, independent and co-educational research university which was founded in 1955.

New York Institute of Technology has three campuses in New York- in Old Westbury, one in Central Islip, and one near Columbus Circle in Manhattan. There are housing options, student organizations, and fraternities and sororities for undergraduates at each New York campus. The nature of courses available depend on the campuses. While most of them provide majors, there are some that specifically focus of certain subjects.


Besides imparting education in class, New York Institute of Technology aims to expand its arena of knowledge beyond classroom. It aims to provide practical education as well. With many cultural societies and students clubs, NYIT has a sports team called The Bears that compete in various athletics and baseball events.  Additionally, it has a cybersecurity research center in Port Washington, New York, as well as campuses in Arkansas, United Arab Emirates, China and Canada.

To add on, NYIT is home to several known personalities. Notable alumni include MLB Network host Brian Kenny, Fox News Channel anchor Patti Ann Browne and Chicago White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper and with them several others in the field of science and technology.

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Courses Offered at New York Institute of Technology, Canada

NYIT provide courses in various fields in the arena of Undergraduate, Graduate and Osteopathic Medicine Courses. Naming the courses offered in NYIT are-

Undergraduate Courses

ACCT –   Accounting HSCA –   Health Science Academy
ACCTE –   Accounting Experiential HIST –   History
ADVG –   Advertising HOSP –   Hospitality
AENG –   Aero Engineering HOSPE –   Hospitality Experiential
ANTH –   Anthropology HRMTE –   Human Res Mgmt Experiential
ARAB –   Arabic HRMT –   Human Resource Management
ARCH –   Architecture HUMA –   Humanities
AAID –   Architecture/Interior Design IENG –   Industrial Engineering
ARTC –   Art (Computer Graphic) ISEC –   Info/Electronic Security
ARTD –   Art (Design) ITEC –   Information Technology
ARTW –   Art (Drawing) IDSP –   Interdisciplinary Studies
ARTG –   Art (Graphics) DSGN –   Interior Design
ARTH –   Art (History) INTL –   International Law
ARTM –   Art (Motion Capture) JOUR –   Journalism
ARTP –   Art (Painting) LLAW –   Law
ARTY –   Art (Photography) LITR –   Literature
ARTR –   Art (Printing) ICLT –   Literature Core
ARTB –   Art (Research) MGMT –   Management
ARTS –   Art (Sculpture) MGMTE –   Management Experiential
ARTJ –   Art (Special Projects) MIST –   Management Information Systems
ARTV –   Art (Visual Literacy) MRKT –   Marketing
AUDI –   Audio MRKTE –   Marketing Experiential
ICBS –   Behavioral Science Core MATH –   Mathematics
BIOL –   Biology MENG –   Mechanical Engineering
BUSIE –   Business Experiential MENA –   Mechanical Engineering Academy
BUSI –   Business Subjects MTEC –   Mechanical Technology
CHEM –   Chemistry MISTE –   Mgmt Inform Sys Experiential
CHIN –   Chinese NURS –   Nursing
CAMP –   Comm and Media Production NTSI –   Nutritional Science
COMM –   Communications NYIT –   NYIT
CSCI –   Computer Science PHIL –   Philosophy
CTEC –   Computer Technology ICPH –   Philosophy and Ethics Core
CRIM –   Criminal Justice PHYS –   Physics
DGIM –   Design Graphics PSCI –   Political Science
ECON –   Economics PRCL –   Pre-Collegiate
ECONE –   Economics Experiential PROD –   Production
EDUC –   Education PSYC –   Psychology
EDPC –   Education Pedagogical Core PREL –   Public Relations
EENG –   Electrical Engineering QANT –   Quantitative Analysis
ETEC –   Electrical Engineering Tech RADI –   Radio
ETCS –   Engineering Tech & Comp Sci SBES –   Small Business
ESLI –   English as a Second Language SBESE –   Small Business Experiential
ENVT –   Environmental Technology ICSS –   Social Science Core
ESLA –   ESLI Academy SOCI –   Sociology
FILM –   Film SORC –   Source
FINC –   Finance SPAN –   Spanish
FINCE –   Finance SPCH –   Speech
FCIQ –   Foundations of Inquiry TELE –   Telecommunications
FCSC –   Foundations of Science Process TEVE –   Television
FCSP –   Foundations of Speech THEA –   Theatre Production
FCWR –   Foundations of Writing URBA –   Urban Administration
FREN –   French WRIT –   Writing
HSCI –   Health Science

Graduate Courses

ACCT –   Accounting ETCS –   Engineering Tech & Comp Sci
ADVG –   Advertising ENVT –   Environmental Technology
ANIM –   Animation FILM –   Film
ARCH –   Architecture EFIN –   Finance
ARTA –   Art (Animation) FINC –   Finance
ARTE –   Art (Audio & Video) GHTH –   Global Health
ARTC –   Art (Computer Graphic) HLTH –   Health Administration
ARTW –   Art (Drawing) HOSP –   Hospitality
ARTF –   Art (Experimental Studio) HRMT –   Human Resource Management
ARTU –   Art (Grad Thesis) HRMC –   Human Resources
ARTG –   Art (Graphics) EIMA –   Info Mgmt & Acct
ARTH –   Art (History) INCS –   Info, Network & Comp Security
ARTY –   Art (Photography) EDIT –   Instructional Technology
ARTQ –   Art (Programming) DSGN –   Interior Design
ARTB –   Art (Research) INTL –   International Law
ARTS –   Art (Sculpture) INTN –   Internship
ARTJ –   Art (Special Projects) JOUR –   Journalism
AUDI –   Audio LBRS –   Labor Relations
BIOE –   Bioengineering LLAW –   Law
EBDA –   Bus Decision Analysis LAEI –   Ldrshp in Arts & Entmnt Ind
MBAC –   Business MGMT –   Management
BUSIE –   Business Experiential MIST –   Management Information Systems
BUSI –   Business Subjects EMKT –   Marketing
CLNU –   Clinical Nutrition MRKT –   Marketing
COM –   College of Medicine MENG –   Mechanical Engineering
COMM –   Communications MSME –   Med Healthcare Simulation
CSCI –   Computer Science MHCO –   Mental Health Counseling
DGIM –   Design Graphics EMIB –   Mgmt & Intl Bus
ECON –   Economics MMNM –   Neuromusculoskeletal Sciences
EDLT –   Educat Leadership & Technology NEWS –   News
EDUC –   Education NYIT –   NYIT
EDBL –   Education Bilingual Ed OCTH –   Occupational Therapy
EDCO –   Education Counseling MMOM –   Osteo. Manipulative Medicine
EDIN –   Education Instruction PHTH –   Physical Therapy
EDLA –   Education Language Arts PHAS –   Physician Assistant
EDLI –   Education Literacy PROD –   Production
EDMA –   Education Math MMPU –   Public Health
EDPC –   Education Pedagogical Core PREL –   Public Relations
EDSC –   Education Science QANT –   Quantitative Analysis
EDSS –   Education Social Studies SBES –   Small Business
EDTR –   Education Training SORC –   Source
EENG –   Electrical Engineering ESTR –   Strategy Formulation/Implemen
MTEM –   Emergency Medicine TEVE –   Television
ENGY –   Energy Management TIPS –   Training in Health Pol Studies

College of Osteopathic Medicine Courses

ACLS –   Advanced Cardiac Life Support MTNE –   Neuroscience
MAAN –   Anatomy MAOB –   Ob Gyn
MTAN –   Anatomy MTOB –   Ob Gyn
BLS –   Basic Life Support MTOM –   Osteo. Manipulative Med.
BLFA –   Billing Fall MAOM –   Osteo. Manipulative Medicine
BLSP –   Billing Spring MMOM –   Osteo. Manipulative Medicine
MABC –   Biochemistry MAPA –   Pathology
MTBS –   Biomedical Sciences MTPA –   Pathology
MTCM –   Clinical Medicine MAPE –   Pediatrics
COM –   College of Medicine MTPE –   Pediatrics
COM –   College of Medicine MAPH –   Pharmacology
OM –   Conversion – OM MTPH –   Pharmacology
DPC –   Doctor Patient Continuum MAPY –   Physiology
MAEM –   Emergency Medicine MTPY –   Physiology
MTEM –   Emergency Medicine CCC –   Pre-Clinical
MTEM –   Emergency Medicine MAPS –   Psychiatry
MAFP –   Family Practice MTPS –   Psychiatry
MTFP –   Family Practice MAPU –   Public Health
MAIM –   Internal Medicine MMPU –   Public Health
MTIM –   Internal Medicine MTHP –   Public Health
LANG –   Language – Not English MTPU –   Public Health
LDB –   Lecture-Discussion Based MARA –   Radiology
MSME –   Med Healthcare Simulation MTRA –   Radiology
MAMB –   Microbiology MTRE –   Research
MTBC –   Microbiology SEM –   Seminar
MTMB –   Microbiology MASU –   Surgery
MMNM –   Neuromusculoskeletal Sciences MTSU –   Surgery
MANE –   Neuroscience TIPS –   Training in Health Pol Studies


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New York Institute of Technology Canada – Campus Life

NYIT has three campuses in Old Westbury, Nassau County; one in Central Islip, Suffolk County, Long Island; and one near Columbus Circle in Manhattan. Each known for its specific quality.


New York Institute of Technology’s Old Westbury, New York, campus is seated on 1,050 acres and is largest in size and in terms of student population. It has many buildings including a sports complex, administrative and academic buildings, a 100-seat “smart” auditorium, several dining halls and a bookstore. Also, it is home to  New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine, the only osteopathic medical school on Long Island, which was formerly named New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, or NYCOM. Also, In 2008, NYIT installed a 3-D motion capture lab for its Fine Arts program in Old Westbury in order to use Hollywood technology to teach the next generation of computer animators.

The campus of Central Islip, feature Georgian-style brick buildings in a wooded setting. It has its own residence halls with student lounges and laundry facilities, dining hall, classroom buildings, library, a medical facility, coffee house two fitness centers and a nine-hole golf course. Besides these there are several other facilities available and to add on to the comfort, NYIT bought most of the modern buildings of the Central Islip Psychiatric Center, to Central Islip campus. Also, one must note that this campus is home to NYIT’s Vocational Independence Program and no undergraduate or graduate courses are held there. 


The Manhattan Campus, is one of the most well connected campuses of NYIT. Manhattan campus is home to several student clubs and organizations such as Students Working to Achieve Greatness, , Phi Iota Alpha,the Allied Health Life Science Organization, American Medical Student Association, American Institute for Architecture Students and several others. Recruiters from major companies such as Google visit the Manhattan campus regularly for  information sessions.

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New York Institute of Technology Canada- Financial Requirements

At New York Institute of Technology, 74 percent of full-time undergraduates receive some kind of need-based financial aid, and the average need-based scholarship or grant award is $8,131. Since, the cost of education at NYIT is comparatively huge, the college offers benefits to assist its students. Here is a list of various scholarhships provided by NYIT-


How to Apply to NYIT?

In order to apply to NYIT, the international students have to broadly follow these steps-

  1. Complete an application
  2. Submit required documents like grades, recommendation letters where required, and test scores, etc.
  3. Demonstrate your English proficiency via SAT/TOEFL, etc
  4. After applying keep checking your application status.
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NYIT holds a position of #47 in Regional Universities North and is counted among world class institutions. Its schools are marked on their performance and excellence. What do you think about this institute. Do let us know in the comments section below.

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Rachit Agrawal

Author • MBA • 20 Years

Rachit believes in the power of education and has studied from the top institutes of IIIT Allahabad, IIM Calcutta, and Francois Rabelias in France. He has worked as Software Developer with Microsoft and Adobe. Post his MBA, he worked with the world's # 1 consulting firm, The Boston Consulting Group across multiple geographies US, South-East Asia and Europe.

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