The School's strategic planning process supports the continued advancement of the NYIT and School of Management mission, and is designed to result in a pathway through which mission attainment is achieved over a six to eight year planning horizon. Incorporating all Stakeholder groups, including NYIT faculty and staff, students, and administration, as well as accreditors, alumni, business leaders and community, and utilizing benchmarks from peer and aspirant groups, the school surveys the educational marketplace, leverages its core strengths in the context of market opportunities, and ascertains distinctive competencies that drive the elements of its action timetable.
The results of this timetable, updated annually in the face of a dynamic and evolving business environment, is the expected outcome of mission attainment by the end of the 2014 planning window. A number of strategic planning goals and objectives further articulate the mission, and specific program outcomes and targets are defined to help ascertain the degree to which the mission has been advanced/attained. One of the more salient program outcomes for the School of Management, as a contributor to the NYIT as a Global University, involves the attainment of multiple accreditations from ministerial agencies and regulatory bodies across the globe, including AACSB accreditation.
For more information please contact:
Dr. Jess Boronico, Dean
School of Management