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Placement Outcomes

NYU Tandon students find jobs faster and earn more upon graduation than the national starting average for recent grads


See our reports and quick facts sheet below


Prospective or incoming students are encouraged to contact us for additional information.



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Undergraduate Student Employment Data

What is a degree at Tandon worth? Year after year, our students are getting paid higher than the average national starting salary across industries. 
The top employers that employ our students are available in the Employment Reports section below!

    NYU Tandon Undergraduate Majors National Avg Entry Level Salary1 Tandon Avg Entry Level Salary2 Tandon Highest Entry Level Salary 3
    Applied Physics, B.S. $67,501 $75,000 $75,000
    Biomolecular Science, B.S. N/A TBD $95,000
    Business and Technology Management, B.S. N/A $78,333 $95,000
    Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, B.S. $69,800 $82,666 $100,000
    Civil Engineering, B.S. $58,558 $62,857 $66,000
    Computer Engineering, B.S. $73,110 $94,571 $110,000
    Computer Science, B.S. $81,616 $106,088 $170,000
    Electrical Engineering, B.S. $68,288 $95,000 $95,000
    Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, B.S. $72,433 $91,300 $126,000
    Integrated Design & Media, B.S. N/A TBD TBD
    Mathematics, B.S. $56,007 TBD TBD
    Mechanical Engineering, B.S. $63,055 $73,175 $80,000
    Physics and Mathematics, B.S. $54,505 TBD TBD
    Science and Technology Studies, B.S. N/A $55,000 $55,000
    Sustainable Urban Environments, B.S. N/A TBD TBD


    1: Figures from external sites, April 2021
    2: Figures from 2021 data collection for majors with more than 30% of self-reporting and excluded data outside of USA, April 2021
    3: Figures from 2021 data collection, April 2021

    Employment Reports

    Our students and recent grads work in various fields and industries, from large tech companies, consulting firms, banking and financial services, engineering, research, data analytics, gaming, renewable energy and robotics, to name a few. 

    Class of 2020 - Graduate Report

    Class of 2020 - Undergraduate Report


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    Student Employment Quick Facts