Computer Science M.Eng. (Cornell NYC Tech)
Field of Study
Note: The concentrations noted below are only applicable for students enrolled in the Ithaca-based Computer Science, M.Eng. program.
Education, within the context of industry, market and user needs. These courses teach you to think like an entrepreneur, work on cross-disciplinary teams, and create a portfolio of work relevant to the digital age. Our students have access to Cornell Tech's robust network of people and resources, in the thriving nexus of tech and innovation within New York City.
Our students are trained and prepared to go into industry for software engineering/development and management, product management /development, technical program or product management, big data engineering, customer insight/analytics and user experience strategies, operations management or entrepreneurship.
Contact InformationWebsite: http://tech.cornell.edu/programs/masters-programs/
2 West Loop Road
New York, NY 10044
Concentrations by Subject
- artificial intelligence
- computer science
- programming languages and logics
- scientific computing and applications
- theory of computation
Application Requirements and Deadlines
For Cornell Tech Master of Engineering Application Deadlines please visit: https://tech.cornell.edu/admissions/meng-application/
Ideal candidates have an academic background in computer science or a related technical field, strong entrepreneurial interests, and passion to lead in the tech industry. If you do not have a technical academic background, you will need to have taken courses in programming, discrete structures, architecture and operating systems.
For information on the M.Eng. program in New York City, please visit: https://tech.cornell.edu/programs/masters-programs.
- all Graduate School Requirements
- including the TOEFL or IELTS Exam for Non-Native English Applicants
- GRE general test
- Personal Statement
- Two letters of recommendations
For general questions regarding the admissions process, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply, visit http://tech.cornell.edu/admissions.
Mastery and Application of Core Disciplinary Knowledge
Problem Formulation, Organization, and Planning of the Solution Process
Collaborative Problem Solving and Issue Resolution
Communication of Knowledge, Ideas and Decision Justification
Self-directed Learning and Professional Development