Back in 1940, when the radio was one of the most prevalent forms of technology, the New England Institute of Technology originally founded. Since then, the school has grown in size as well as its curriculum and now offers some of the top career educational programs within Southeastern New England.
Located in Warwick, Rhode Island, the New England Institute of Technology offers over 35 programs, allowing students to utilize hands-on training and learning to attain their bachelor’s of science and associate’s degrees. In fact, since the school runs on a quarter system, students are able to finish an associate’s degree program in 18 months or a bachelor’s degree in 3 years.
With regards to courses, the school offers many specialized programs within broad fields of study such as aviation, computers, architecture, electronics, transportation and medical. Bachelor’s degrees are offered in construction management technology, game development, interior design and business management technology, to name a few. At the same time, online and night classes are available.
The New England Institute of Technology is also known for its small student to teacher ratio, with approximately 3,000 students enrolled every year.
The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) has accredited the New England Institute of Technology. Plus, such programs offered at the school as electronics engineering technology are individually accredited.