NYIT’s School of Management is pleased to welcome all of our "stakeholders," including our students, to join us in Creating New TEMPOS … in Global Business Education. Our school’s TEMPOS campaign signals our ongoing commitment to excellence in:
Integrating Technology throughout our academic curriculum so as to enhance the decision-making abilities of our students in ways that are competitive and contemporary.
Delivering a significant and unique Experiential Education program that includes academic service learning, intense student research, internships, study abroad programs, and numerous other platforms meant to ensure the workforce readiness of our students when entering the workforce.
Familiarizing our students with current global challenges and effective business practices to mainstream them into today's highly competitive International Marketplace.
Attending to the Professional Enrichment of our students through their integration into our professional enrichment best-practice program. This program, which sponsors nearly 60 seminars and workshops per semester, addresses emerging issues in business practices and also develops skill sets that impact on our students’ professional polish.
Developing programs that are Career Oriented towards placement and advancement and that focus on the application of theory into established and creative business management techniques and practices.
Focusing on Student Advancement through the ongoing assessment and continuous improvement of our academic programs, including meeting established benchmarks of excellence in terms of student learning outcomes by way of our programmatic learning goals.
We look forward to working with all stakeholders to strengthen business practices within our global business community ensuring that we are providing significant value by way of our academic and professional services. In that spirit, please accept my invitation to join our growing professional family of friends in NYIT’s School of Management!
For additional information please contact:
Dr. Jess Boronico, Dean