News NJIT PREPARES STUDENTS TO BE PIONEERS IN STEM-RELATED FIELDS

NJIT Prepares Students To Be Pioneers In STEM-Related Fields

01 October, 2016

NJIT Prepares Students To Be Pioneers In STEM-Related Fields
Out of the 32 polytechnic public research colleges in the USA, only New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) prepares it students to be pioneers in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields where the need for graduates surpasses the supply. The NJIT offers a multidisciplinary educational module and computing concentrated methodology which gives the technological proficiency, business know-how, and leadership abilities required to be successful in today's economy.

"We prepare students for today's high demand jobs across the disciplines of STEM, computing, architecture, design and the management of technology. NJIT is committed to excellence in teaching and research. We're a dynamic, diverse university with over 11,300 undergraduate and graduate students who are developing into global leaders," stated NJIT president Joel S. Bloom.

NJIT has gained cross-country prominence by developing relevant scholarly programmes taught by the best in the industry professionals. Six specific schools - College of Architecture and Design; Ying Wu College of Computing Sciences; College of Science and Liberal Arts; Newark College of Engineering; Martin Tuchman School of Management; and the Albert Dorman Honors College - offer 50 undergrad, 59 graduate and 20 doctoral degree programs.

Students pursuing graduation at NJIT are prepared with work-place experience and are offered degrees in the most in-demand fields, for example, physics, bio sciences, architecture, design, business etc. The students get a graduate degree in a field which is much sought after by the recruiters along with the right aptitude through internship and co-op programmes.

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