Welcome, and thank you for considering NYIT's Vancouver campus as the gateway to your future. NYIT has a proud history of achievement, as evidenced by its graduates, its academic programs, and its campuses around the world. Founded in 1955 as a private not-for-profit university in the State of New York, U.S.A., NYIT now has campuses in Manhattan, Long Island, the Middle East, China, and here in Vancouver, Canada. Following its long-term strategic plan for a global university, NYIT is designed to allow students to move among campuses with complete internal transferability of credits and thus to graduate with the same NYIT degree from any campus. Already, students can study for their general M.B.A. in Vancouver and complete a concentration in New York, as several of our graduates have done. NYIT-Vancouver is part of this grand global vision. We have received approval from British Columbia's Ministry of Advanced Education to offer two concentrations in our well established M.B.A.: one in Finance and one in Tourism. We are also excited about the approval we have received to offer NYIT's cutting-edge Master of Science in Information, Network, and Computer Security (M.S.-INCS) here in Vancouver.
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Its on-campus community includes special-interest clubs, a student advisory board, and an honor society, and organizes a variety of social and recreational activities throughout the year. Right outside and all around is a spectacular coastal city, rich in diversity, alive with the arts and culture, and stunning in its natural beauty.The NYIT-Vancouver campus is within walking distance of many of Vancouver's iconic landmarks. There are also numerous dining, shopping, and cultural venues within walking distance, including:
Granville Island, where you can buy locally made food and goods.World-famous Stanley Park, where you can walk or bike year round.Chinatown, where you can eat some of the tastiest and least-expensive food in town.Vancouver Art Gallery, where you can check out the artwork from around the world.English Bay, where you can sunbathe and view the Pacific Ocean.Sports centers such as BC Place Stadium and Rogers Center, where you can watch professional hockey or football games.Gas-town and Robson Street, where you can hang out and shop for trendy fashions.
Located in the heart of downtown city center, near corporate head offices of finance, banking, mining, service sector, natural resources and IT companies reside, the NYIT-Vancouver campus features computer labs, student lounges, and a distance-learning center. Small classes lead to big opportunities for internships, practicums, and mentoring programs at leading commercial and financial institutions in the area.