NEW ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY has established a College of Graduate and Professional Studies, which will offer in-classroom coursework and online classes in pursuit of four graduate and four undergraduate degrees.
EAST GREENWICH – The New England Institute of Technology established a College of Graduate and Professional Studies under the direction of Douglas H. Sherman, NEIT senior vice president and provost, according to an announcement made Friday.
In addition to traditional in-classroom coursework, the new school will offer online courses, a nod to the students’ busy schedules, Sherman said. “By establishing the College of Graduate and Professional Studies, New England Tech stands ready to assist these students as they continue their journey to an advanced degree and growth in their chosen professions,” he added.
Four Master of Science degrees will be offered by the school:
Information technology, occupational therapy, construction management and public health
Four Bachelor of Science degrees will be offered as well:
Nursing, criminal justice, rehabilitation sciences and automotive service management