NYU Tandon's departments reflect our deep academic roots and our dedication to adapting to the changing demands of scholarship and industry.
Physics, often said to be the most fundamental of all the sciences, deals with the constituents, properties, and evolution of the entire universe, on all length and time scales.
Biomedical engineers design and develop products, systems and processes to improve human health.
Chemical and Biomolecular engineers are solving some of the world’s most pressing problems.
With an increasing percentage of the global population living in urban areas, we develop innovations for smart, resilient, and sustainable cities of the future.
As we enjoy increased interconnectivity through our devices, computer scientists and engineers are playing a bigger part in shaping the world.
Electrical and computer engineers are at the forefront of creating some of the most advanced technologies the world has ever known.
If you’ve ever been drawn to a field that some people are calling “the rocket science of Wall Street,” Finance and Risk Engineering might be the course of study for you.
Mechanical engineers develop the physical systems and devices that modern society demands.
We promote critical engagement with technology and science while drawing on the perspectives of the humanities and social sciences.
We live and work in an increasingly knowledge-intensive age.