Degrees and Programs | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Degrees and Programs

Civil and Urban Engineering

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Brooklyn Bridge

Civil Engineering, B.S.

Civil engineering includes everything from the design and construction of buildings, bridges, and roads to securing our water resources and preparing for pressing environmental and social challenges.
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Civil Engineering, M.S.

Civil engineers improve existing infrastructure systems and design projects that answer the new challenges raised by modern society. Our flexible master's program trains you to join the ranks.
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Construction Management, M.S.

Today’s construction professionals face a highly competitive global engineering and construction environment and our program helps you acquire the expertise to prepare you to be a leader in the construction industry.
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Environmental Engineering, M.S.

At the School of Engineering our Environmental Engineering program has an urban environmental systems emphasis with a unique concentration in many challenges that New York City and major cities of the world face.
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Environmental Science, M.S.

The master's in Environmental Science from Tandon provides a strong foundation in the fundamental sciences as well as regulatory environment issues that govern human-natural environmental interactions.
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Transportation Management

Transportation Management, M.S.

The Tandon School of Engineering's MS in Transportation Management takes an adaptive, whole-system approach to transit which considers the logistical transportation problems of mobility in increasingly smart cities through an integrated lens.
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Transportation Planning and Engineering, M.S.

Graduates of the master's program in Transportation Planning and Engineering join the ranks of one of the oldest networks of transportation engineering alumni in the United States.
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Urban Infrastructure Systems, M.S.

With faculty members from government, industry and academia, the Urban Infrastructure Systems program is designed for professionals from engineering and non-engineering backgrounds interested in the interdisciplinary field of urban systems management.
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Civil Engineering, Ph.D.

Growing and established cities are continually meeting new infrastructure needs and maintaining older systems, such as highways, bridges, and airports. Tandon's Ph.D. in Civil Engineering program produces graduates dedicated to enriching the field.
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Transportation Planning and Engineering, Ph.D.

Individuals interested in the highest calling for the pursuit of knowledge in the science of transportation systems should consider the Ph.D. program in Transportation Planning and Engineering.
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Construction Management, AC

Our Advanced Certificate in Construction Management program offers you a chance to conduct concentrated study in construction management to further your career.
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Executive Construction Management, AC

Add more value to your career — from figuring out how to improve financing to knowing which high-tech products best fit your construction projects to learning how to communicate with diverse client, worker, and public groups.
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Traffic Engineering

Traffic Engineering, AC

The Advanced Certificate in Traffic Engineering program trains our students to properly design and manage our traffic systems.
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Transportation Planning

Transportation Planning, AC

Tandon's Advanced Certificate in Transportation Planning program takes advantage of being located in NYC, offering dynamic courses that emphasize professional practices at an advanced level.
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