Where Can Your Degree Take You?

Maybe you have a passion for a specific industry, but you’re unfamiliar with all the career options within that field. Or maybe you have your sights set on a specific job, but you’re unsure if it’s exactly what you had in mind. The Career Services Office at New England Tech can help. Our experienced advisors know the details of hundreds of career possibilities that might be your next step, and they have the resources and insight that put you on track toward your goals.

NEIT Programs

  • Architecture, Interior Design & Construction Management

    Choose from a range of education tracks from architectural building engineering technology to civil engineering, for a breadth of career options.

    • Architectural Designer/Drafter
    • Civil Engineering Technician
    • Project Manager
    • Interior Designer
    • General Contractor
    • CAD Drafter/Technician
    • Construction Manager
    • Structural Engineer
    • Estimator
    • Site Superintendent
    • Detailer
    • Survey Technician
    • Kitchen & Bath Designer
    • Project Engineer
  • Automotive & Marine Technologies

    Whether you’re interested in auto body work, automotive collision repair, high-performance auto sales, or marine technology, this is an exciting field.

    America’s automobile industry is one of the largest industries in the country. The industry directly employs over 1.5 million people engaged in designing, engineering, manufacturing and supplying parts and components to assemble, sell and service new motor vehicles.

    Vehicles/boats are more difficult to diagnose, service and repair due to complex electrical and computer-controlled systems. Employers hire our grads because of their education and higher level of training.

    • Automotive Technician
    • Service Advisor
    • Retail Store Manager
    • Claims Adjuster
    • Composite Technician
    • Parts Store Manager
    • Auto Body Specialist
    • Marine Mechanic
  • Business Management

    Gain a thorough understanding of business with courses that emphasize a blend of technical, analytical, and people skills.

    • Operations Supervisor
    • Business Analyst
    • Sales Manager
    • Business Owner
    • Project Manager
    • Marketing Associate
    • Accounting Clerk
    • Human Resources Recruiter
    • Customer Service Contact Supervisor
    • Account Manager
    • Sales
  • Criminal Justice

    Dynamic and intensive instruction in all aspects of the criminal justice system preps you for meaningful careers that make a difference.

    • Police Officer
    • Criminal Justice Counselor
    • Federal Law Enforcement Officer
    • U.S. Marshall
    • Corporate Loss Prevention Expert
    • Advocate Domestic Violence
    • State Trooper
    • Private Investigator
    • Correctional Officer
    • U.S. Border Patrol Agent
    • Detective
    • Public Safety Dispatcher
  • Cybersecurity

    Shut down critical security threats while thriving in one of the country’s fastest growing careers. You’ll dive right in from the start, turning theory into practice in lab environments.

    • Digital Forensics Specialist
    • FBI Cybersecurity Analyst
    • Information Security Analyst
    • Security Systems Administrator
    • Incident Response Specialist
    • Internal Audit
    • Security Architect
    • Security Operations Center Manager
  • Digital Media & Web Design

    Learn the most cutting-edge digital tools through hands-on, project-oriented instruction, in a variety of emerging media and desktop production environments.

    • On-Air Producer
    • Website Designer
    • UI/UX Director
    • Search Engine Optimization Manager
    • Videographer
    • Video/Audio Editor
    • Audio Board Operator/Engineer
    • TV News Photographer
    • Production Assistant
    • Multimedia Associate
    • Graphic Designer
    • Marketing Director
    • Brand Identity Designer
    • Creative/Art Director
  • Engineering

    This constantly changing field offers plenty of excitement, whether you’re interested in innovation and designing new products, drones and robotics, or mechanical engineering. Opportunities exist in all areas of industry: Manufacturing, Design, Defense, Field Service and Quality.

    • Application Engineer
    • Automation Engineer
    • Design Engineer
    • Designer/Drafter
    • Engineer
    • Engineering Manager
    • Process Development Engineer
    • Product Design Engineer
    • Quality Engineer
    • Sales Engineering
    • 3D CAD Designer
    • Electrical Engineer
    • Field Service Technician
    • Mechanical Engineer
  • Information Technology

    Whether you’re passionate about simulation programming or ready to redefine network programming, this fast-moving program gives you hands-on experience.

    • Network Systems Administrator
    • Software Developer
    • IT Consultant
    • Network Architect
    • Software Engineer
    • Business Intelligence Analyst
    • Information Architect
    • UX & UI Designer
    • Front End Developer
    • Chief Information Officer
    • Chief Technology Officer
    • Quality Assurance Analyst
    • Database Administrator – DBA
    • Mobile Applications Developer
  • Nursing & Health Sciences

    Always a growth track, these programs combines clinical skills with decision-making abilities for careers that are highly rewarding and very in-demand.

    • Medical Assistant
    • Physical Therapists Assistant
    • Surgical Technologist
    • OR Tech
    • Central Processing Technician
    • Medical Laboratory Technician
    • Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
    • Nurse
    • Respiratory Therapist
    • Nurse Health Educator
    • RN to BSN
    • Occupational Therapist
  • Professional Building Trades

    Always in high demand, building technologies encompass construction, plumbing, heating, refrigeration, electrical technology and more.

    • HVAC Technician
    • Refrigeration Technician
    • Facilities Manager
    • Electrician
    • Industrial Electrical Technician
    • Cabinet Maker
    • Welder
    • Fabricator
    • Construction Worker
    • Plumber
    • Pipefitter
    • Carpenter
    • Foreman
    • Field Engineer
    • Project Manager
    • Fire Sprinkler Technician
    • Project Estimator
  • Veterinary Technology

    With laboratory and clinical practice experiences, you’ll expand your knowledge quickly as a veterinary technician, getting ready for comprehensive animal care and vet support.

    • Animal Care and Service Worker
    • Veterinary Technician
    • Veterinary Surgical Technician
    • Animal Shelter Vet Assistant
    • Emergency and Critical Care Vet Tech
    • Large Animal Vet Tech
    • Zoological Vet Tech
    • Vet Office Manager
  • Video Game Development & Design

    Acquire the advanced skills that are highly sought after in the gaming industry, through an immersive program with game design, animation, and visualization technology.

    • Character Artist
    • Video Game Designer
    • Mobile Interface Designer
    • Web Developer
    • Video Game Programmer
    • Software Developer
    • Gameplay Programmer