NYU Tandon Bridge
The online on-ramp to a tech master's
The NYU Tandon Bridge program is an affordable, flexible way to gain the tools and skills you need to be admitted into a range of graduate-level programs and launch a successful career — whether you're looking to cross over into STEM from another field or bolster your experience to become Master's-ready.
The application deadline for the Summer 2020 Bridge has been extended to 5/27/20. Applications must be submitted and completed by this date in order to receive a decision - no fee to apply!
The NYU Tandon Bridge is a uniquely designed program that builds the knowledge-base required to pursue one of the select master’s degree programs listed below.
CUSP Applied Urban Science and Informatics
Partner Institution Master’s programs
Whether you are transitioning your career, seeking advancement, or looking to refresh your knowledge, this course will ensure a seamless start to your graduate education and a clear pathway to a profession in a fulfilling, dynamic field.
Basic proficiency in college algebra and some exposure to programming is recommended for success in the course. Exposure to a simple language like Python prior to beginning the course will help you get familiar with the notion of programming, and can be learned outside of the classroom using free online resources from Coursera, YouTube, or similar services.
The Bridge is a single non-credit course equivalent to 400 hours of learning and more than 3 courses containing topics in Computer Programming in C++, Object Oriented Design, Discrete Math, Data Structures and Algorithms, Principles of Operating Systems, and Introduction to Computer Networks.
The Bridge program starts every Winter (January), Spring (March), and Summer (July). Winter and Summer applicants can select a 17-week or 24-week track. Both courses contain the same content and offer the same benefits with the only difference being the duration of the course. However, it is recommended that students with a full time job, and who do not have previous advanced math and programming experience select the 24-week option. Students should plan to spend about 20-30 hours a week if they are enrolled in the 24-week course, or 30-40 hours a week for the 17-week course.
Bridge students admitted to Master’s following the Bridge will receive a GRE waiver. Visit our Applying from Bridge to Master’s page for additional details.
Students who receive a C or higher will receive a Certificate of Completion. Students who receive a B+ or higher will receive a Certificate of Distinction.
Engineering Background not Required
Prepares you for Graduate Study + Bridge students receive a Master’s application fee waiver
Cost: $1,850* Payment Plan available.
Apply to Master’s without the GRE
*equivalent to three courses, estimated savings of $15.8K
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The Bridge Program: A Pathway to Select Master’s Degrees
With major unmet demand for qualified professionals in computer science, data science, cybersecurity and other high-growth tech fields, there's never been a better time to pursue an advanced engineering degree.
Here you will find the NYU Tandon Bridge academic calendar, and defer/withdraw instructions.
Here you will find information about the next NYU Tandon Master’s degrees available to apply to from the Bridge course.
Your Bridge certificate may be used toward your Master’s application for our Partner Institutions.
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