Extraordinary achievement, the highest caliber of research, and a boundless global perspective are hallmarks of the grad programs at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering. Throughout our long renowned history, we’ve maintained an exceptional output of successful graduates, including both Nobel Prize winners and legendary innovators. At Tandon, you’ll learn in a culture that encourages the nurturing of ideas from concept to reality. Our award-winning faculty are published authors and fellows of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, NewCities Foundation, and other prominent organizations that impart expertise across our wide array of graduate programs.
Unparalleled on-campus immersion
We’re perpetually creating new state-of-the-art environments for hands-on learning, including the Dynamical Systems Laboratory, NYU WIRELESS, and the Media and Games Network (MAGNET). With over 2,000 square feet of Class 1,000 space, our NanoFab Cleanroom offers students cutting-edge tools for developing sophisticated nanotechnology such as solar cells and cancer detection devices. Our MakerSpace is an incredible hub designed to spur multidisciplinary creativity using the most advanced technologies available today, and our MakerGarage features large co-working areas, advanced tools, and a video conferencing/recording studio, making it ideal for team collaboration.
An innovative, world-class community
Our graduate programs are flexible, allowing you to take courses within other departments, programs, and NYU schools. The entire NYU network is at your disposal to provide access to three portal campuses, 12 global academic centers, and countless high-tech facilities. In the high-energy business epicenter of the Brooklyn Tech Triangle, you’ll connect to pioneering organizations—from creative start-ups to world leaders in technology, media, engineering, and finance. You can also learn how to build ideas into viable businesses through our four cutting-edge Future Labs and explore opportunities to launch your own initiatives.