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Looking for a rewarding job in higher education? There are several openings for NYIT-Vancouver faculty members with expertise in business, engineering, and teaching English as a second language. Learn more.
NYIT-Vancouver is pleased to welcome its new campus dean and executive director, Paul Dangerfield. Dangerfield has been a senior leader at BCIT and brings experience in operations, leadership development, strategic planning, and academics. Read the news here.
Faisal Mohammad Khan, the recently elected chair of NYIT-Vancouver's Student Advisory Board (S.A.B), started in the NYIT M.B.A. program in spring of 2014. Prior to that, he was been busy setting up a technology business, Health Revive.
Read Faisal's profile here.
Seven M.B.A. students at NYIT-Vancouver served as volunteers at Vancouver’s inaugural SociaLIGHT conference. Yatin Patil, Rahul Jadhav, Guan-Ru Huang, Digpalsinh Chhatrasinh, Kiran More, Zi Qin, and Anudeep Nalla were proud to represent their university at the gathering of entrepreneurs, innovators, and business students looking for inspiration. The “LIGHT” in “SociaLIGHT” is an acronym which stands for “Leader Impacting Global Humanity Today.” More.
For the second year in a row NYIT Vancouver hosted a free tax clinic on campus where 16 volunteers had an opportunity to offer efiling assistance to low income individuals. The tax clinic ran from March 3 until April 30th and was staffed by volunteers who completed a mandatory training program offered by representatives of Canada Revenue Agency’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program … read more
Plans are underway for the NYIT-Vancouver graduation ceremony and luncheon on Friday, May 30 ...
A group of 18 NYIT students, staff members, and friends gathered recently for a one-of-a-kind trip to Bowen Island, a popular vacation spot and part of the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Led by NYIT Student Assistants Kiran More, Sunitha Vijakumar, Hemant Devarankonda, and Siten Patel, the group enjoyed a fun day exploring areas far beyond NYIT’s urban Vancouver campus. More.
New York Institute of Technology’s Vancouver Campus is pleased to announce these new master’s degree program opportunities in some of the hottest industries around the world:
Master of Science in Information, Network, and Computer Security
We have received approval from the Minister of Advanced Education of British Columbia for our proposal to offer a Master of Science in Information, Network, and Computer Security (M.S.-INCS). This new master’s degree in the field of cyber Security is a cutting-edge program designed to prepare students for leadership positions in addressing a major challenge faced by modern organizations. The M.S.-INCS will be ideally suited for graduates of baccalaureate programs in computer science, engineering, operations research, mathematics, and related areas. The program is a two-year program (although particularly strong, well-prepared, and hard-working students could complete the requirements more quickly). We will be taking applications starting in September 2013 for a planned program start-up in January 2014.
Master of Business Administration with concentration in Finance or Tourism.
The highly sought-after M.B.A. has been the flagship program of NYIT-Vancouver for over a decade. We now have approval from the Minister of Advanced Education of British Columbia to add two optional concentrations to our already valuable M.B.A. NYIT M.B.A. students now have the opportunity to concentrate in one of these areas and receive either an M.B.A. (Finance) or an M.B.A. (Tourism). Each concentration is achieved by replacing the three elective courses (nine credits) with five courses (15 credits) specified for the concentration, extending the program by two courses (six credits).
All of the above are approved by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. (See http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/institutions/participants.asp) and recognized by the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (See http://www.cicic.ca/687/postsec.canada?id_postsec=2113).
Friends, family, and faculty honored 24 graduates of the Class of 2013 at NYIT-Vancouver's twelfth graduation ceremony and luncheon held at VanDusen Botanical Garden on May 31. Attendees included NYIT Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Rahmat A. Shoureshi, Ph.D., who conferred M.B.A. degrees on the graduates. The student speaker was Eros Tuladhar. Read more.
Eros Tuladhar is a member of the Class of 2013 studying in the M.B.A. program at NYIT-Vancouver. He serves as managing partner of his family's business, Rainbow Collection Nepal, an exporter of hand-knotted Tibetan rugs. He is a member of the Delta Mu Delta Honor Society and Student Advisory Board at NYIT-Vancouver.
NYIT-Vancouver has Educational Quality Assurance (EQA) designation from the British Columbia provincial government. EQA is a quality assurance designation that identifies BC public and private post-secondary institutions that have met or exceeded provincial government recognized quality assurance standards.
The NYIT-Vancouver graduation ceremony for the Class of 2013 will take place on Friday, May 31, noon - 3 p.m. at Shaughnessy Restaurant at VanDusen Botanical Garden, 5251 Oak St., Vancouver, BC.
For updates regarding the ceremony, visit nyit.edu/canada/commencement.
Martin Gerson, Ph.D., has joined NYIT as the dean and executive director of the Vancouver campus as of Jan. 16. The Montreal native has nearly four decades of experience in higher education in Canada, where he previously served in academic leadership positions at Langara College and was the recipient of the 2012 Dr. Idahlynn Karre Exemplary Leadership Award. His area of expertise is mathematical logic.
The School of Management’s academic programs deliver both classroom and real life learning experiences. To complement these educational opportunities, the school’s Professional Enrichment platform offers co-curricular activities during which our students meet and network with area specialists; learn from business leaders; and attend various seminars and forums that deal with professional readiness and/or current work-related issues.
This guide will provide valuable information for your job search as well as provide you with information on what employers are specifically looking for in a graduate in Canada.
NYIT-Vancouver campus’ current MBA student, Sergii Kuznietsov, has been honored as a LOT Young Leader. The Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) is a mentorship program of The Vancouver Board of Trade which engages final year post secondary students with established professionals in Vancouver’s business community. Read More.
NYIT Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Rahmat A. Shoureshi, Ph.D., conferred degrees the on graduates of NYIT-Vancouver’s Class of 2012 in a ceremony and luncheon at the Fish House at Stanley Park.
Student speaker Yekaterina Formicheva said lessons learned from students who already run successful businesses will be invaluable as she works toward her goal of opening her own educational consulting agency.
Since NYIT student Ravi Muti rocked his career path by studying entrepreneurship instead of accounting, he has never looked back. With a newly incorporated start-up business under his belt, he has set his sights on developing ventures that will ultimately contribute to the greater good of society.
This week Muti, a member of the NYIT-Vancouver MBA Class of 2012 and a former volunteer at his neighborhood's community patrol, received a Surrey Board of Trade Top 25 Under 25 award for his commitment to the community and notable achievements as a role model for young business professionals. Read more.