This article is sponsored by the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) School of Architecture and Design, a partner school of Archinect
The mission within the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) School of Architecture and Design is to provide 21st century design education, infused with technology and culturally meaningful. Located on the New York and Long Island campuses, New York Tech offers degrees in architecture, interior design, digital arts, graphic design, urban design, computer technology, health, and design.
Design is increasingly being shaped by today’s innovators, collaborators and leaders, equipped with the knowledge and experience to create culturally transformative, ethical and green buildings, communities and cities. We prepare our students for their future professional careers with a sequence of intensive design studios, as well as courses focused on the acquisition of knowledge and skills in advanced technologies for design, manufacture and construction, history , theory and liberal arts.
- Architectural technology, BSAT
- Architectural Technology, BSAT – Construction Management.
- Architecture, B.Arch.
- Interior design, BFA
- Digital Arts, BFA
- Graphic design, BFA
- Minor in Graphic Design
- Architecture, Computing Technologies, MS
- Architecture, Health and Design, MS
- Architecture, M.Arch.
- Architecture, urban and regional design, MS
- Digital Art & Design, MFA – Fine Arts & Technology
- Digital Art and Design, MFA Graphic Design
- UX / UI design and development, MA
To find out more about these programs, Join the NYIT School of Architecture and Design for their virtual open house on November 30 at 4:00 p.m. EST. Click here save. Interested in virtual discovery days, in-person information sessions and campus tours? Click here to find out more and register.
*Application Deadlines for Undergraduate Programs:
- Regular Admission: Applications will be considered on a continuous admission basis, as long as there are places available.
- Deadlines for international students: December 1 for the spring semester and July 1 for the fall semester
* To learn more about the graduate program deadlines Click here.