Electrical and Computer Engineering M.Eng. (Cornell Tech (NYC))

Field of Study

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Program Description

The one-year M.Eng. in Electrical and Computer Engineering is a year-long immersive program designed to teach engineers, scientists and quantitative analysts important state-of-the art methods in signal processing, data science and decision theory.

Pursue what interests you most with opportunities to prototype new hardware and improve advanced algorithms in this flexible engineering master’s degree. Combine innovative laboratory projects with computational principles and rigorous theoretical understanding during your Ivy League engineering degree. Through cross-disciplinary teamwork and collaborations with industry leaders, you’ll also receive exceptional opportunities to explore your startup ideas and build your professional network within New York’s tech community.



Contact Information

Website: http://tech.cornell.edu/programs/masters-programs/
Email: admissions@tech.cornell.edu

Cornell Tech 
2 West Loop Road
New York, NY 10044

Concentrations by Subject

  • computer engineering
  • electrical engineering
  • electrical systems
  • electrophysics


For Cornell Tech Master of Engineering Tuition Rates please visit: https://tech.cornell.edu/admissions/tuition-fees/.

Application Requirements and Deadlines

Application Deadlines:

For Cornell Tech Master of Engineering Application Deadlines and Admissions Requirements please visit: https://tech.cornell.edu/admissions/meng-application/.

Requirements Summary:

We welcome applications from students who have a passion for applied technology–especially robotics and machine learning–and an entrepreneurial spirit. You should also have an academic background in electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, physics, applied mathematics, or a related technical field. That background should include coursework in signals and systems, linear algebra, scientific programming, probability and statistics.

Unlike the Ithaca-based ECE Master’s program, Cornell Tech does not offer a third-semester option for their ECE Master’s students.

Learning Outcomes

  • Gain Advanced Technical Knowledge
  • Master Critical Professional Skills
  • Gain Project Design Experience