Urban Administration, B.S.
The Urban Administration program develops competent entry-level urban administrators with both general knowledge and specific career skills. The Urban Administration program prepares graduates in four major areas essential to city and nonprofit administration:
- Public administration, including tools for quantitative and qualitative analysis, budgeting, grants, and communication
- Knowledge of administrative office flow and demonstrated ability to work successfully in government/nonprofit settings
- Knowledge of urban infrastructure and its requirements
- Awareness of the social, economic, political, and cultural factors shaping life of cities
All students complete three internships by graduation in any of three major categories: Urban Infrastructure, Public Administration and Communication, and Urban Culture and Society.
The program in Urban Administration capitalizes on NYIT's strengths as an institution, including:
- A dynamic urban campus located in Columbus Circle, New York City. Students benefit from location with their courses, internships, and service projects.
- Faculty experts and diverse courses in architecture, behavioral science, engineering, politics, social policy, business, career services, and communication
- Commitment to internships, service-learning, and civic engagement. New York has few rivals when it comes to potential internships and service projects
- A global footprint in a world undergoing rapid urbanization as it offers opportunities for study abroad exchanges and international internships
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This program follows our general admission requirements.
- Completed application
- $50 nonrefundable application fee
- Copies of transcripts of all high school work, including college-level courses. Your midyear and final grades will be required. All final, official transcripts must be received prior to the start of your first semester.
Official SAT (critical reading and math only) or ACT test scores. You have the option of submitting results from the previous or redesigned SAT. If you have fewer than 24 credits of previous college work completed, you will need to submit official SAT or ACT scores.
- NYIT SAT Code: 2561, NYIT ACT Code: 2832
- Two letters of recommendation
300–350 word essay on one of the following topics:
- Tell us about your career goals and why attending NYIT would further these goals.
- Describe the achievement of which you are most proud and why.