Emerging Technologies (MS)

Program Description

In the Emerging Technologies Master of Science program at NYU Tandon, students have the freedom to design a unique curriculum engineered by them to match their interests and professional aspirations.

This degree is ideal for individuals who intend to advance their careers within various tech roles across multiple industries. Explore cross-functional and high-value knowledge areas including machine learning & AI, user experience & design, wireless, cybersecurity, innovation & change management, robotics, data science, urban informatics, and software engineering.

In this 30-credit program, students have the autonomy to select concentrations1 and courses from across several academic departments at Tandon. Students are free to optimize their studies by designing their own path, exploring the intersections across engineering disciplines that best fit their professional passions.


Students may switch concentrations once during the M.S. in Emerging Technologies program, but only after one semester in the original plan of study, and not in the last semester.

Why Choose NYU Tandon?

The Emerging Technologies M.S. program at Tandon allows you to develop your own unique cross-disciplinary path, integrating specialized learning from a variety of online courses and programs. This degree is inherently adaptable to the evolving technology landscape, leading to new opportunities and career advancement within in-demand fields.


Admission to graduate programs in the Tandon School of Engineering requires the following minimum components:

  • Résumé/CV
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Transcripts
  • Proficiency in English

The NYU Tandon Graduate Admissions website has additional information on school-wide admission.

Some programs may require additional components for admissions.

See the program's How to Apply for department-specific admission requirements and instructions.