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New England Institute of Technology

1 Campus
8 Programs
I have been at this school for two weeks now, and the automotive department is great! Professors want to get to know you, and they are very helpful. -New England Institute of Technology Student

New England Institute of Technology, also known as New England Tech or NEIT, is a private, nonprofit, co-educational technical university. Since 1940, we've been at the forefront of experiential, hands-on education, preparing our graduates with the knowledge, skills and technical experience that employers are increasingly seeking.

Available Programs

  • Electrical Technology - Associate in Science
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    Looking for a career illuminating the world using the latest industry knowledge and technology? Our associate degree in Electrical Technology is a lot more than typical “journeyman electrician” programs. You’ll learn the science of electricity across a wide variety of industry applications that will set you apart from the competition. This will allow you to pursue a much wider range of fast evolving career options, such as an industrial and manufacturing automation, among many other opportunities. The curriculum integrates electrical theory and hands-on application. You’ll work in our leading-edge industry labs taught by experts in the field. This will give you not only the skills to wire and install electrical systems and apparatus, but also the mathematical and practical knowledge to support, explain and troubleshoot a wide variety of electrical projects.

  • HVAC Technician - Associate in Science
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    The Associate in Science Degree in Refrigeration / Air Conditioning / Heating Technology is a comprehensive program designed to train the students as entry-to-industry level technicians. The program offers a curriculum combining two distinct but interrelated areas dealing with heat energy and its transfer. The curriculum includes both the theoretical and practical aspects of heating and cooling.

    Graduates are prepared for positions as entry-level technicians in the refrigeration, air conditioning, and heating fields. Earn your Associate's Degree in Refrigeration / Air Conditioning / Heating / Gas Technology in as little as 18 months, days or evenings. In addition, after completing prerequisites, graduates of this program are eligible to continue on for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management Technology.

    The mission of the Refrigeration/Air Conditioning Technology program is to provide an associate degree program that will prepare students with entry level skills in refrigeration and air conditioning. The study of thermodynamics, through the lessons and applied labs, will prepare the student for advancement through apprenticeship programs and continued education to qualify for HVAC license tests at state and federal levels.

  • Welding Engineering Technology - Associate in Science
    Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing

    Get the intensive, hands-on education you need to begin a career in welding. You’ll not only hone your welding and pipe fitting skills, but you’ll also learn about computer-aided design (CAD), building design, how to read blueprints and other theory and best practices to prepare you for a variety of positions.

  • Medical Assisting & Administration - Associate in Science
    Medicine and Health Care

    This degree allows you to acquire the skills that are needed in today’s rapidly changing medical industry. Practice in small classes and labs to achieve skill competency before progressing to in-the-field study. Upon graduating with a degree, you’ll be able to provide competent patient care and fulfill laboratory and administrative duties in an entry-level position as a medical assistant in a variety of settings. After gaining experience, you’ll be qualified to assume managerial tasks and ultimately function as an office manager of a group medical practice.

  • Occupational Therapy Assistant - Associate in Science
    Medicine and Health Care

    This associate degree program prepares you to assist people of all ages, with varying abilities and disabilities, to become independent in their day-to-day activities. Learn how to carry out treatment plans as a member of the rehabilitation team. Apply classroom training to real-life situations through fieldwork, and become eligible to sit for the national certification exam.

  • Physical Therapist Assistant - Associate in Science
    Medicine and Health Care

    This associate degree program prepares you to become part of a physical rehabilitation team. Through classroom and clinical training, learn how to collect data to determine the effectiveness of patient interventions, carry out physical therapies outlined in PT treatment plans, use technology to overcome disabilities, and design activities to help people reach their goals.

  • Nursing - Associate in Science

    Our associate program in Nursing prepares you to provide care for diverse populations through the acquisition of knowledge, clinical skills and highly developed judgment skills. Clinical and laboratory experiences complement classroom learning. You’ll be ready to work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, healthcare clinics and outpatient facilities.

  • Paramedic Technology - Associate in Science
    Legal, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Services

    The Paramedic Technology associate degree will prepare you for a rewarding career in emergency services. A mix of classroom and experience-based learning builds the skills needed for entry-level opportunities caring for patients in rescue vehicles, emergency rooms, and other healthcare settings.


New England Institute of Technology is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc., through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education.

Inquiries regarding the accreditation status by the New England Association should be directed to the administrative staff of the institution. Individuals may also contact:

Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
New England Association of Schools and Colleges
3 Burlington Woods, Suite 100
Burlington, MA 01803
(781) 425-7700

NEASC is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency under the provisions of Chapter 33, Title 38, U.S. Code, and subsequent legislation.


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