NYU Engineering is . . . prestige
• Applied Physics M.S.
• Bioinformatics (online only) M.S.
• Biomedical Engineering M.S.
• Biotechnology M.S.
• Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship M.S.
• Chemical Engineering M.S., Ph.D.
• Chemistry M.S.
• Civil Engineering M.S., Ph.D.
• Computer Engineering M.S.
• Computer Science M.S., Ph.D.
• Construction Management M.S.
• Cybersecurity M.S.
• Electrical Engineering M.S., Ph.D.
• Environmental Engineering M.S.
• Environmental Science M.S.
• Financial Engineering M.S.
• Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering M.S.
• Integrated Digital Media M.S.
• Management M.S.
• Management of Technology M.S.
• Materials Chemistry Ph.D.
• Mathematics M.S.
• Mechanical Engineering M.S., Ph.D.
• Organizational Behavior, Systems and Analytics M.S.
• Technology Management Ph.D.
• Transportation Management M.S.
• Transportation Planning and Engineering M.S., Ph.D.
• Urban Systems Engineering and Management M.S.
The NYU Tandon School of Engineering offers a robust graduate education supported by distinguished faculty, cutting-edge facilities, and a premier location in New York City. As the second-oldest private engineering and technology school in the United States, we’ve maintained an outstanding output of successful graduates, including Nobel Prize winners, distinguished scientists, and legendary innovators. Our philosophy of invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship empowers students and faculty to advance the world of engineering with the resources of the entire NYU system at their disposal.
NYU Engineering is . . . knowledge
School of Engineering faculty are dedicated educators and mentors who impart their expertise across a wide array of graduate programs in engineering, applied science, financial engineering, computer science, digital media, and urban science and engineering. Students apply classroom learning in numerous state-of-the-art labs and facilities, including the
Applied Dynamics and Optimization Laboratory, NYU Wireless, the Game Innovation Lab, Media and Games Network (MAGNET), and the Center for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications.
NYU Engineering is . . . community
At the School of Engineering, our graduate programs are flexible, allowing you to take courses within other departments, programs, and NYU schools. With joint-research “seed” funding, you’ll have support to study at the exciting intersection of disciplines. In addition, the entire NYU network will be at your disposal, with flexible course scheduling and access to three portal campuses, 11 global academic centers, and countless high-tech facilities.
NYU Engineering is . . . New York City
Located in the Brooklyn Tech Triangle, the School of Engineering is a major player in New York City’s ongoing tech renaissance. In this epicenter for business and technology, you’ll connect to thousands of organizations, from creative tech start-ups to world leaders in technology, media, engineering, and finance.
NYU Engineering is . . . opportunity
As a student at the School of Engineering, you will have unlimited opportunities to apply your education in real-world settings. In our advanced incubators such as The Urban Future Lab, NYC ACRE, Varick Street, and DUMBO, you will learn how startup companies get off the ground and have opportunities to launch your own initiatives. Connect to jobs and internships at the Wasserman Center for Career Development, which provides step-by-step guidance in résumé construction, cover letter writing, and resourceful networking. Ranked #1 in New York State for return on investment, we boast an 89% placement rate after graduation.
NYU Engineering is . . . you
The School of Engineering’s robust graduate programs will shape your future as an inventor, innovator, and entrepreneur. Join our thousands of successful graduates who advance engineering and technology all over the world. Learn more at engineering.nyu.edu/graduate.
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