FSC - NYIT Agreement Information
We are excited to announce a new agreement between New York Institute of Technology and Farmingdale State College that allows qualified Farmingdale State students automatic admission into select graduate programs in the NYIT College of Engineering and Computing Sciences.
|From Farmingdale (BS Program)||To New York Tech (MS Program)|
|Mechanical Engineering Tech||MS Mechanical Engineering|
|Electrical Engineering Tech||MS Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Computer Security Tech||MS Cybersecurity|
|Computer Security Tech||MS Data Science|
|Computer Science||MS Computer Science|
|Computer Science||MS Cybersecurity|
|Computer Science||MS Data Science|
|Computer Programming and Information Systems||MS Data Science|
|Applied Economics||MS Data Science|
|Business Analytics||MS Data Science|
Farmingdale students who graduate with a minimum GPA of 2.85 and meet other admissions criteria can continue their education at New York Tech in five of the school’s 30-credit M.S. degree programs: Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Data Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. All of the master’s programs are offered at New York Tech’s Long Island (Old Westbury) and New York City (Manhattan) campuses, except Mechanical Engineering, which is offered at the Long Island campus exclusively.
Farmingdale students taking advantage of this automatic admission program will also be eligible for priority registration as well as generous financial aid packages, scholarships of up to $3,000 per year, and graduate and research assistantships that provide partial tuition remission. They will also benefit from the ability to participate in federally funded research, access to the school’s Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC), lifetime access to career services resources, and a strong network of alumni with leadership positions in technology and related fields.
Why Consider Graduate School?
Graduate degrees add an advantage to first-time job applicants because they have acquired more specialization in the course of their advanced degrees. There is also a faster path to career advancement for those who have completed graduate degrees in their respective fields. The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) maintains updated annual salary statistics for college/university graduates. According to the latest 2021 data, the national average starting salaries for graduates of Master’s degrees in engineering and computers science as compared to those with Bachelor’s degrees are $13,200 higher for Computer Science graduates, and $9,232 higher for Engineering graduates. This is noteworthy that the cost of a Master’s program can be covered just in potential salary increases in about two years. Salary projection information is provided in these comprehensive set of articles by NACE.
|Broad Category (Masters)||2021 Salary Projection*||2020 Salary Projection||% Change|
|Broad Category (Bachelors)||2021 Salary Projection*||2020 Salary Projection||% Change|
|Broad Category||2021 Salary Projection Comparison
(Masters vs. Bachelors)
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Graduate Admission Virtual Info Sessions
New York Institute Technology has arranged dedicated, live, virtual information sessions for the Farmingdale State College students interested in taking advantage of this partnership between our institutions. Sign up for the information sessions below:
If you cannot make these dedicated sessions, join us for upcoming general Graduate Admission Virtual Info Sessions this summer. Here is a list of info sessions being held on Wednesdays throughout the summer:
- Register: July 14, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.
- Register: July 21, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
- Register: August 4, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
- Register: August 25, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.
Find Out More
Ready to apply for automatic admission to our graduate programs? Apply now!
Both Farmingdale State College and New York Institute of Technology remain committed to providing pathways to success to their graduates. We hope that many of you would consider this opportunity to pursue graduate degrees in your fields of interest.