New England Institute of Technology has established a College of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS). Under the direction of Dr. Douglas H. Sherman, Senior Vice President and Provost at New England Tech, the mission of GPS is to provide multidisciplinary graduate and professional programs to individuals from diverse educational and experiential backgrounds to advance in their careers.
The College of Graduate and Professional Studies implements innovative teaching practices that incorporate NEIT's tradition of providing practical learning with flexible programs that accommodate students' work and personal schedules. Programs are offered in one of three ways: on-ground (traditional classroom); online; or hybrid (a combination of on-ground and online). All GPS programs offer technical support 24/7, easy-to-use technology and access to faculty, student advising, and the New England Tech library.
The college offers four Master of Science degree programs in information technology, occupational therapy, construction management and public health and four Bachelor of Science degree programs in nursing, criminal justice, rehabilitation sciences and automotive service management. New England Institute of Technology was recently ranked #8 in the country by U.S. News and World Report (January 2017) for offering one of the best online bachelor level programs.
To learn more about the programs offered through NEIT's College of Graduate and Professional Studies, contact Michael Caruso, Director of Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-737-7744. Visit www.neit.edu/Programs/Online-and-Hybrid-Degree-Programs.