As an institution that traces its origins back to 1854, NYU Tandon School of Engineering is rooted in tradition and opportunity. Our school was, quite literally, the birthplace of the American Dream; it was our alum James Truslow Adams who coined that phrase in 1931. Just as it was then, Tandon is a place where ambitious students from all walks of life get the solid education they need to launch their careers.
Invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship suffuse everything here — from our course offerings to our student competitions to our labs and prototyping spaces. We carry our school’s great history forward with a shared goal: To generate ideas and build solutions for a healthier, safer, better-connected, and more sustainable world.
i2e: Our Legacy
Helping Brooklyn transition a Tech Triangle into an Innovation Coastline
Our mission is to be a world-class engineering school that puts students first and is home to lifelong learning. We will be the place that makes the American dream possible; the home of engaged critical thinkers and makers of the future. Our culture of diversity, inclusion, equality, and respect will make us the place where every smart young engineer wants to be. Our students and faculty will tackle strategic societal challenges using a global vision and network, ensuring our cutting-edge innovations are thoughtfully and successfully introduced into society. We will be the engine of innovation for Brooklyn and New York City.
Our values are the bedrock of our community. We believe in changing the world through our passion for scientific truth, facts, and educational excellence within a nurturing and connected community accessible to all.