As a master's student in the Applied Physics program at NYU Tandon, you will be prepared to master and apply the most fundamental and influential science. You will learn in an innovative environment and gain the skills needed to thrive.
The master's in Applied Urban Science and Informatics will provide you with the opportunity to engage in the interdisciplinary study of urban science and informatics and to apply your technical skills to urban problems.
Chemical engineering is a rapidly expanding field requiring interdisciplinary engineers educated in both the molecular and medical sciences, who will find a way to develop and implement discoveries on a large scale.
We offer a highly adaptive MS in Computer Science program that lets you shape the degree around your interests, from such topics as computer and network security, computer graphics, and web search technology.
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.
Offered jointly by the NYU School of Law and NYU Tandon School of Engineering, the Master's in Cybersecurity Risk and Strategy is a one-year program for experienced professionals who seek a deeper understanding of the topic.
With the vast amount of sensitive data now stored in the digital universe, it’s critical that we secure and protect it from malicious interests. Cybersecurity experts stand as the last and most effective line of defense.
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.
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.
The master's in Industrial Engineering program teaches you to search for similarities in concepts, laws, and models across disciplines. From there, it’s up to you to adapt, integrate, and exploit these similarities in innovative ways.
The master's in Management of Technology program is designed for college graduates and professionals who aim to make a difference in a world where economic and social advancement is increasingly dependent on integrating technology and business.
Whether you plan to enter the workforce or continue on towards a doctorate degree, the School of Engineering's master's program in Mathematics’ tailors its curriculum to your interests and prepares you to succeed.
Students in this program learn fundamental theory, modeling methods, hardware components, interfacing requirements, simulation and programming tools, and practical applications of mechatronics and robotics.
Professionals in the transportation industry fill the classrooms of the master's in Transportation Management program. Join them and our distinguished faculty as you achieve a greater understanding of the issues facing transportation management.
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.