New York University, the largest private, non-profit academic institution in the U.S., encompasses a vast network of 18 schools, giving students unlimited global access to three NYU portal campuses and 11 global academic centers. At the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, the entire NYU system is at your disposal.
As the second-oldest private engineering and technology school in the U.S., the NYU School of Engineering maintains an outstanding output of successful graduates, including Nobel Prize winners, distinguished scientists and legendary innovators. From microwave technology to light beer, our alumni, faculty and students started their journey at the NYU School of Engineering.
Flexible graduate programs allow you to take daytime, evening and online courses across various departments, programs and NYU Schools. Our faculty are dedicated mentors imparting their expertise in a wide array of engineering disciplines, everything from digital media to financial engineering.
Through millions of dollars in “seed” funding, faculty and students from the School of Engineering and other NYU Schools collaborate on joint-research across a wide range of disciplines.
NYU Wireless conducts over $10 million worth of research annually, implementing wave wireless communications and circuits to improve the health care industry. Collaborators include the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Langone School of Medicine and the Courant Institute.
In addition to running one of the world’s largest cybersecurity competitions (CSAW), the Department of Computer Science and Engineering conducts interdisciplinary research in information security with the Stern School, the Wagner School, the Steinhardt School and the Courant Institute.
Making groundbreaking advancements in the prevention of epileptic seizures, professor Jonathan Chao is working with the Langone School of Medicine to perfect and market a unique drug delivery system.
Students at the School of Engineering are applying classroom theory to conduct innovative research in numerous state-of-the-art laboratories on campus. From creating humanoid robots that advance communication to designing free iOS applications that bring science to underprivileged children, our students engage in advanced research at cutting-edge centers such as the Game Innovation Lab and MAGNET facility.
With students from over 60 countries and a network of more than 470,000 alumni, the NYU School of Engineering offers an unmatched international educational environment.
As a student at the School of Engineering, you will have unlimited opportunities to bring theory into practice in advanced incubators such as The Urban Future Lab, NYC ACRE and DUMBO. You can also launch your career with help in résumé construction, cover letter writing and resourceful networking at the Wasserman Center for Career Development.
With more than 1,000 tech companies founded in the area and a 22% job growth in the last two years, New York City is the leading global financial center.
Located in the Brooklyn Tech Triangle, the School of Engineering is a major player in New York City’s ongoing tech renaissance. Connect to thousands of creative and leading organizations in this epicenter of business and technology.