BS/MS Track in TMI | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

BS/MS Track in TMI

Accelerate career opportunities while saving time and money with the BS/MS track

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As the job market becomes more competitive and bachelor's degrees become more common, many students are choosing to extend their studies and pursue master's degree programs to expand the universe of roles they are qualified for, differentiate themselves for sought-after career opportunities, and boost their earning potential.

If you know you want to pursue a master's degree within your major, the BTM/MS track offers a combined and accelerated degree that saves you time and money. You save time because you can work concurrently toward your bachelor's and master's degrees in a condensed time frame. You save money because it is much less expensive than taking the traditional route of a 4-year bachelor's degree followed by a 2-year master's program.

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Looking for a leg up in the tech-job market?

Directors of NYU Tandon’s Management of Technology and Industrial Engineering master’s programs weigh in on why tech degrees are a solid investment.

Management of Technology MS

If you are an engineering major, an accelerated degree with a Master’s Degree in Management of Technology has additional benefits. It differentiates you from all other engineers in the marketplace by labeling you an unconventional engineer. That vibrant professional capable of working at the intersection of innovation and business development. Upon graduation, you enter the workforce with all the benefits of a master's degree without losing the time, additional expenses, and forgone salaries that two years of graduate study would otherwise cost you.

Industrial Engineering MS

The Master’s Degree Program in Industrial Engineering is a top-ranked program focused on preparing students to assume organizational leadership roles after they graduate. An MS in Industrial Engineering can be an important complement to those engineering students who are interested in leveraging their core skills to take a leadership role in driving meaningful change.

Industrial engineers determine the most effective ways to design, manage and improve systems — people, processes, materials, information, and energy — to make a product or provide a service. In this regard, the IE program’s courses provide participants with a deep understanding of the foundational elements of industrial engineering.

Industrial Engineers play a key role in driving change. The skills that industrial engineers develop in areas like change management, organizational transformation and systems optimization are becoming increasingly valuable and highly sought after across a wide range of industries.

This opens up opportunities in many of the fastest-growing and best-paying positions in the job market. Our graduates work in consulting firms, financial services, health care, government, transportation, construction, social services, operations, and supply chain management.

How and when to apply

Qualified students are typically considered for admission to the program during their junior year. In their remaining undergraduate semesters, they will complete some graduate coursework during regular terms and/or during the summer toward their desired master's degree. Please review the NYU Tandon Guidelines to apply for the BS/MS track

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