School of Technology & Design

http://citytech.cuny.edu/tad/

The School of Technology and Design covers a broad area, from the engineering technologies to computer systems, from architecture to advertising design and graphic arts, from construction-related areas to the study of new media. What all of these areas share is the signature City Tech blending of theory and practice, and the focus on tomorrow’s technology. A faculty with broad professional experience outside of the classroom can anticipate emerging needs of the economic sectors its programs serve, preparing students for professional certifications and licensures, and for a career to last a lifetime.

Email: techanddesign@citytech.cuny.edu

Architectural Technology

ArchitecTech@citytech.cuny.edu

At the associate degree level, this program prepares students for a wide range of professions that provide technical support to architects. At the baccalaureate level, it puts students on track toward becoming registered architects. Tools such as CADD and extensive studio work prepare graduates to be the architects of the 21st Century. There is no other program like it in The City University of New York.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Architectural Technology


Communication Design

http://www.citytech.cuny.edu/communication-design/

Advertising design employs nearly 300,000 people in the U.S. in an industry with revenues of over $300 billion. Students learn their profession in state-of-the-art computer labs, working alongside faculty with real-world experience who can prepare them for the demands of this fast-paced, exciting profession. With an eye to the future, this program has developed at the baccalaureate level a strong focus on cross-platform and web-based design.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Communication Design

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Computer Engineering Technology / Electromechanical

http://citytech.cuny.edu/computer-engineering/

Computer Engineering Technology, the only program of its kind in CUNY, meets the needs of the computer industry for competent technicians with skills in electrical and mechanical technologies. The program is lab-based and hands-on.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Electromechanical Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Computer Engineering Technology

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Computer Systems

http://citytech.cuny.edu/computer-systems/

At the associate degree level, students acquire skills in mainframe computing and are introduced to programming in COBOL, CICS, SQL and systems such as C++ and Visual Basic.Net. At the baccalaureate level, in the only program of its kind in CUNY, students gain more advanced skills in specialized areas such as database design, Object-Oriented Systems, Unix, LANs, web design and data security.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Computer Information Systems
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Computer Systems


Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications Technologies

http://citytech.cuny.edu/electrical-telecomm/

These programs cover a broad area from electrical power to telecommunications. Electrical power feeds all your appliances and is at the heart of electronics. Telecommunications provides the Internet and connects electronic devices to the outside world. Considering the electronic and communications devices in use every day, one can easily imagine the demand for such experts.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Electrical Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Electrical Technology

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Telecommunications Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Telecommunications Engineering Technology

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Mechanical Engineering Technology

http://citytech.cuny.edu/mechanical/

Students in this program gain skills in machine design, solids modeling, applied mechanics and production methods, and rapid prototyping. A balanced curriculum provides the ideal mix of the scientific and mathematical principles upon which mechanical design is based on hands-on experience in our well-equipped labs.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Mechanical Engineering Technology