New York Institute of Technology - Vancouver
Vancouver, British Columbia, CA
Master of Business Administration - Management
**Academic Requirement at Undergraduate level for students with British Qualifications stay the same regardless of the Student's country of residence.
Work experience in relevant field, Statement of Intent, 2 reference letters- One from an employer (current or past) and one from an educator, Detailed CV, Academic transcripts.
About The Program
About The University
May Sep Jan
Min IELTS overall: 6.0 (Min Reading: 6.0, Min Writing: 6.0, Min Listening: 6.0, Min Speaking: 6.0)
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Graduate applicants are eligible for a graduate scholar award (GSA) of up to $3,000 (U.S.) annually. In order to qualify, you must submit a TOEFL score of 550 or greater and a total GRE score of 1100 (verbal and quantitative). M.B.A. students must submit a GMAT score of 400 or greater and an overall GPA or 3.3 or greater. Only students not requiring prerequisites are eligible for this award.
This Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) is a versatile, multidisciplinary program that will take your career to higher levels. Learn to evaluate and improve operations, work collaboratively to address socioeconomic issues with a global mindset, and analyze business sustainability and profitability. NYITs AACSB-accredited degree puts you in the center of New York City, the world capital of finance and business. Gain leadership and professional experience through participation in industry associations and community service initiatives; visit startups, established companies, and key financial institutions; and learn from professors and top industry executives who share decades of real-world experience.
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) is a private doctoral research university with two main campuses in New York, one in Old Westbury and one in Manhattan. Additionally, it has a cybersecurity research center in Port Washington, New York, as well as campuses in Arkansas, United Arab Emirates, China and Canada.
NYIT has five schools and two colleges, all with an emphasis on technology and applied scientific research: School of Architecture and Design, School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Education, School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, School of Health Professions, School of Management, College of Arts and Sciences and College of Osteopathic Medicine.
NYIT offers a full range of undergraduate majors, plus master's and doctoral programs. The Institute currently offers three doctoral degree programs, and has plans of offering more doctoral degree programs in the near future. NYIT is the birthplace of entirely 3D CGI films.
As of 2018, NYIT enrolls 9,930 full-time students across its campuses worldwide. U.S. News & World Report ranked NYIT 32nd in the 2017 edition of Best Regional Universities North Rankings. As of August 27, 2016, U.S. News & World Report listed NYIT as a "more selective" university.
NYIT's intercollegiate competitive sports teams, include its four-time NCAA Division II national champion lacrosse team. All of NYIT's teams compete in Division II. In 2019, NYIT became a College World Series team. The NYIT Bears are part of the East Coast Conference.
New York Institute of Technology's Old Westbury, New York, campus is seated on 1,050 acres (425 ha). It encompasses numerous contiguous former estates situated in the beautiful wooded hillsides of Old Westbury, New York. Some of these estates were formerly owned by members of the Rockefeller family. Opened in 1965, the campus has many buildings including a sports complex, administrative and academic buildings, a 100-seat "smart" auditorium, several dining halls, a bookstore, as well as NYIT's de Seversky Mansion, a party and event venue on Long Island, and one of the largest houses in the United States. It was developed on and around the nucleus of the former C. V. Whitney estate and includes several former North Shore estates. Original buildings have been reconstructed for educational use while retaining the charm of traditional exteriors. To preserve the natural beauty of the landscape, other buildings are clustered in low, modern structures surrounded by trees and open vistas. Classroom buildings and parking areas are connected by walkways through woods and meadows untouched by construction. Plazas connect classroom buildings and act as outdoor rooms for students and faculty. Concerts, lectures, and informal recreational events are frequently scheduled on campus.
Athletic facilities at NYIT's Old Westbury campus include the 1,000-seat President's Stadium, the President's Field, the 500-seat Recreation Hall arena, the NYIT Softball Complex and the NYIT Tennis Complex consisting of six courts. Many notable people, including Patch Adams, spoke at NYIT's Riland Auditorium on its Old Westbury campus. The Old Westbury campus is mainly a commuter campus, although residential students have dormitory options.
NYIT formerly had research centers in Florida. In 2011, NYIT's College of Osteopathic Medicine opened a Family Health Care Center in Central Islip, New York, and in 2014, NYIT's College of Osteopathic Medicine opened another Family Health Care Center in Uniondale, New York. NYIT opened a 10,000 square feet cybersecurity center in Port Washington, New York in 2015. NYIT partners with the Nederlander Organization, one of the largest operators of legitimate theatres and music venues in the United States, for NYIT's theater-related education programs.
New York Institute of Technology has nearly 100,000 alumni around the world, as of 2014. Many of NYIT's alumni have gone into business and finance, including: Vincent L. Sadusky, Chief Executive Officer at Univision Communications Inc; John Antioco, CEO, Blockbuster Video, Chairman, Board of Directors, Red Mango; Richard J. Daly, CEO, Broadridge Financial Solutions; Linda Davila, Chairperson, First Vice President, Investments Merrill Lynch; Eli Wachtel, Managing Director, Bear Stearns; Gary S. Lynch, managing director, Marsh & McLennan Companies; Itzhak Fisher, executive vice president, Nielsen Holdings, he also founded and served as CEO of RSL Communications, an over $1.5-billion telecommunications company with over 2,500 employees in 22 countries; Steve Johnson, Director for Labor Relations at The Coca-Cola Company; Robert E. Evanson, President, McGraw-Hill Education; Jerry Romano, chairman, New York Emmy Awards; Monte N. Redman, CEO, Astoria Financial; Patricia McMahon, vice president and general manager at Northrop Grumman, and vice president and general manager at BAE Systems; Indera Rampal-Harrod, director of human resources, American Express; Roseann Stichnoth, executive vice president and head of the Financial Services Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Chen Ningning, self-made billionaire; and Matthew F. Calamari, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Trump Organization.
Some alumni have entered academia, including: Kyriacos A. Athanasiou, Chair of the Biomedical Engineering department at University of California, Davis; Ken Pugh, professor at Yale University; Jill Wruble, professor at Yale University; Peter Ruggiero, professor at Columbia University; Jeannie Liakaris, Assistant Dean at New York University; Michael Patrick Meehan, professor at New York University; Robert Cohen, professor at New York University; and Manish Sharma, professor at Cornell University.
Alumni in science and technology include: Eric Cole, chief technology officer at McAfee and chief scientist at Lockheed Martin Corporation; Peter A. Eckstein, Senior Principal Engineer, Northrop Grumman Corporation. IEEE Board of Directors member, and 2016 IEEE President; Mark B. Berger, senior vice president and chief information officer, SWBC; Steven Wolk, chief technology officer, P. C. Richard & Son; Michael McCrackan, Research and Development Director, Kodak; Vincent Connare, font designer and former Microsoft employee, amongst his creations are the Comic Sans font, and the Trebuchet MS font; James Chemp, Director of engineering and energy, 7-Eleven; Philip Fasano, executive vice president and chief information officer at American International Group(AIG); and Patri Friedman, Software Engineer at Google.
Alumni in government include: Joseph Saladino, New York state assemblyman; Anthony Seminerio, politician; Averof Neofytou, Cypriot politician who has been President of the governing Democratic Rally (DISY) party since 2013. Former Minister of Communications and Works and Mayor of Polis Chrysochou; Andre Pierre, former Democratic mayor of North Miami; Rafael Piñeiro, First Deputy Commissioner of the New York City Police Department (NYPD); Brian M. McLaughlin, New York state assemblyman; Nicholas Estavillo, NYPD Chief of Patrol; Tom Cilmi, Suffolk County Legislator; Keith Kazmark, Mayor of Woodland Park, New Jersey; Abdulla Bin Butti, Chairman of Energy Authority and member of Abu Dhabi Executive Council; and Thani Ahmed Alzeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment for the United Arab Emirates.
Many of NYIT's alumni have also gone into arts, journalism and entertainment. They include Isobella Jade, writer; Lori Bizzoco, writer; Patti Ann Browne, TV News Anchor, Fox News; Jim Geoghan, Emmy-nominated executive producer of The Disney Channel's The Suite Life on Deck and the original The Suite Life of Zack and Cody; Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalists Judy Martin, Dana Arschin, and Ben Finley who is the Editorial Producer with “Anderson Cooper 360” and has produced for several CNN and PBSprograms; Brian Kenny, ESPN SportsCenter Anchor; Candice Night, lead singer, Blackmore's Night; and Adam Pascal, actor, singer, and producer.
Alumni in sports include: Allison Baver, Olympic Speed Skating Medalist (Bronze, 2010); Don Cooper, head pitching coach, Chicago White Sox; Jim Ferry (basketball), basketball coach; Sarah Fisher, race car driver; Joe Vasold, lacrosse player; Ray Giannelli, baseball player; Manix Auriantal, professional basketball player; Chris Algieri, professional boxer in the Light Welterweight division; Allen Watson, former Major League Baseball pitcher (member of 2000 World Series Champion New York Yankees); and Brian Brady (baseball), former right fielder in Major League Baseball who played for the California Angels.