General Information

Headquartered in
New York, NY
Representative
Julie Fratrik - Director, Global Academic Exchange at NYIT
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Contact Information

  • E-mail: jfratrik@nyit.edu
  • Address: (Manhattan Office) 1855 Broadway New York, NY 10023-7692
  • Phone: (Manhattan Office) 212.261.1500
  • Address: (Nanjing Office) NYIT-NUPT 9 Wenyuan Road Qixia District Nanjing, Jiangsu 210046 People's Republic of China
  • Phone: (Nanjing Office) +86.25.85866729

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Summary

In the fall of 2007, NYIT opened its American-style Nanjing campus in collaboration with Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications (NUPT). NYIT was among the first universities to receive approval from the Ministry of Education to operate foreign degree programs in China.

Four academic undergraduate degree programs are held in a state-of-the-art facility: business administration, communication arts, electrical and computer engineering, and computer science. NYIT-Nanjing students have access to NUPT residence halls, dining facilities, and activities.

All programs are taught in English by NYIT professors; the curriculum mirrors that of NYIT's programs in the United States.

 

Undergraduate Programs


NYIT's Nanjing programs lead to one of the following NYIT undergraduate degrees:

College of Arts and Sciences



School of Engineering and Computing Sciences



School of Management



Semester I - Undergraduate Programs


All students take four classes for a total of 12 units: three core courses and one course related directly to their academic majors.

Core Curriculum



  1. College Composition for International Students: This English as a Second Language (ESL) writing course  emphasizes expository writing and attention to vocabulary, idiom, syntax, and general fluency.

  2. Ethics and Social Philosophy: This introductory course in philosophy, includes linguistic analysis of such terms as "good," "evil," and "duty," suppplemented by the works of Plato, Kierkegaard, and Nietzsche, among others.

  3. Basic Economics (for students not in the business administration program): An introduction to economic analysis with emphasis on problems and issues of the modern economy. OR Principles of Economics (business administration students): This course studies fundamental economic concepts emphasizing analysis of the aggregate market, national income, economic fluctuations, monetary and fiscal policies, and economic growth.


Academic Major Courses



  • Programming (computer science, electrical and computer engineering majors): This course provides basic skills in problem solving and programming. Topics include: simple data types, expressions and statements, program flow control structures, exception handling, and functions. Elements of object-oriented programming techniques are also introduced.

  • Introduction to Computer Applications (business administration majors): This course provides an introduction to computer applications and information systems used in business. Topics include: hardware, software, networks, the Internet, and information systems and applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentation programs.

  • Fundamentals of Television Production (communication arts majors): This course provides students with knowledge of the basic techniques of television production. Special attention is paid to developing competencies in studio equipment and terminology. Essentials of studio production in basic programs are covered.