To better meet the international need for business education, New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) has been offering its M.B.A. program in cooperation with some leading Chinese universities, including Fuzhou University, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Jinan University, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Shandong Institute of Business and Technology, and Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics. This joint program makes American education more affordable to the students, enables them to complete the program in a short period of time, and allows them to attend courses in New York City, the heart of the financial and commercial industries and, in Nicholas D. Kristof’s words, “the unofficial capital of the planet Earth” in this global age.
In addition, New York Institute of Technology has collaborated with the following top Chinese Institutes for 2+2 undergraduate programs: China University of Mining and Technology, Jinan University, Shandong Institute of Business and Technology, Foshan University and SHU-UTS SILC Business School. NYIT and its Chinese partnering schools for 2+2 undergraduate program have recognized the degree granted by the other institution as well as the course credits earned in each institute. Furthermore, they both agree to accept the transfer credits from the other institution as long as the courses meet established standards. The institutional collaboration in undergraduate level requires the students receive at least 16 credits in the other institution.
How is the Program Designed?
Phase I: Courses offered at NYIT’s Cooperative Universities.
In this phase, students will take up to seven courses in China, including Financial Accounting, Macroeconomics, Management Information System, and Quantitative Methods; these courses are jointly taught by professors from NYIT and partner colleges and delivered in accordance with the NYIT’s standards.
Phase II: Courses Taken at NYIT's New York Campus
After Phase I, students study at NYIT’s New York campus, where they may complete the their academic program; At least fifty percent of credit hours completed towards a School of Management master's degree are earned during this phase, and at least fifty percent of business credit hours completed towards a School of Management bachelor's degree are earned during this phase. All courses are taught by NYIT faculty with strong academic qualifications and practical experiences.
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