NYU Tandon Online

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Invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship

It is New York University Tandon School of Engineering's fundamental way of approaching academics and research by arming faculty and students with the tools and resources to turn their inspiration into applications, products, and services that take flight towards the market.

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NYU Tandon School of Engineering is one of the nation’s most respected schools of engineering, applied sciences, management and technology. Now, NYU Tandon Online (formerly NYU-ePoly) offers the opportunity to earn an advanced graduate degree or certificate fully online.

Accessing the Internet has never been easier, faster, or more economical, making it possible to take graduate classes with NYU Tandon School of Engineering wherever and whenever you like — at work, at home, from 35,000 feet as you fly to meet a client or return from a hard-earned vacation.

If you think your schedule is too busy for class, think again. If your work or the pace of your daily life prevents you from attending class on campus, you can now confidently turn to NYU Tandon Online to earn your graduate certificate or master's degree in more than a dozen online programs.

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MS Bioinformatics

Online September 2017 USA Brooklyn

Become indispensable by learning how to solve biotechnology and pharmaceutical problems, utilizing genomic data and next generation tools with our innovative online Master of Science in Bioinformatics. [+]

Bioinformatics Online Become indispensable by learning how to solve biotechnology and pharmaceutical problems, utilizing genomic data and next generation tools with our innovative online Master of Science in Bioinformatics. Rapidly increasing knowledge of the molecular biology of the cell has led to bioinformatics, a new discipline that transforms traditional biology into an information science. The School of Engineering's Master of Science in Bioinformatics program prepares students to manage and study data from the explosion of information from the life sciences. The program meets industry's demand for professionals with solid foundations in genomics, proteomics, Perl and BioPerl, R and BioConductor, MySQL, sequence and pathway analysis, as well as a host of genome informatics tools and algorithms such as BLAST. Students who earn a Bioinformatics Advance Certificate may apply those credits towards the Bioinformatics Master's Degree. Note that only 9 credits from the Advance Certificate can be used towards the Bioinformatics Master Degree program. Students have to complete either 9 thesis credits or 6 guided studies credits to satisfy the MS requirements. Curriculum Basic Core Courses (6 credits) Required courses for students with computer science or similar background: Chemical Foundation for Bioinformatics BI-GY 7513 3 Credits Biological Foundation for Bioinformatics BI-GY 7523 3 Credits Required courses for students with chemical or biological science background: Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving CS-GY 5303 3 Credits Data Structures and Algorithms CS-GY 5403 3 Credits Required Core Courses (9 credits) Bioinformatics I: Sequence Analysis BI-GY 7533 3 Credits Proteomics BI-GY 7543 3 Credits Bioinformatics III: Functional Prediction BI-GY 7553 3 Credits Required Electives (9 credits) Guided Studies in Bioinformatics I BI-GY 7583 3 Credits Guided Studies in Bioinformatics II BI-GY 7593 3 Credits Computational Tools Perl & Bioperl BI-GY 7643 3 Credits Next Generation Sequence Analysis BI-GY 7653 3 Credits Systems Biology: -Omes and -Omics BI-GY 7623 3 Credits Transcriptomics BI-GY 7633 3 Credits MS Thesis in Bioinformatics BI-GY 997X Other Electives (6 credits) Special Topics in “informatics in Chemical and Biological Sciences” BI-GY 7573 3 Credits Transcriptomics BI-GY 7633 3 Credits Probability and Stochastic Processes EL-GY 6303 3 Credits Degree Requirements: 30 [-]

MS Computer Engineering

Online September 2017 USA Brooklyn

Participate in a thriving online Master of Science in Computer Engineering program, placing you at the forefront of telecommunications, networks and microelectronics industries. [+]

Computer Engineering Online Participate in a thriving online Master of Science in Computer Engineering program, placing you at the forefront of telecommunications, networks and microelectronics industries. Computer engineers participate in some of the most forward-looking work in industry and government today, particularly telecommunications, computer networks and microelectronics. You become a resourceful expert in such dynamic fields as computer networks, VLSI design and testing, embedded systems design and computer architecture. Focusing on principles and concepts underlying the design and integration of hardware and software components and systems, this online Master’s in Computer Engineering gives you what you must know to become a serious professional, confident in electronically controlled systems and devices. Curriculum Course Requirements One must complete a total of 30 credits, as described below, with an overall average of 3.0, to earn a Master of Science in Computer Engineering degree at the School of Engineering. In addition, an average of 3.0 is also required among all regular courses, not counting independent studies including thesis, projects and reading courses. At least 15 out of 30 credits should be graduate ECE credits (courses with EL-prefix). Remaining course can be either EL or CS prefixed courses. Core Courses (6 credits) The core courses cover fundamental material and should be taken as early as possible. An advanced course subsequent to a core course may be taken in lieu of the core course, upon approval by the program advisor. All students must choose two out of the following core courses: Computer Architecture I CS-GY 6133 3 Credits Advanced Hardware Design EL-GY 6463 3 Credits Fundamentals of Solid-State Electronic Devices EL-GY 6513 3 Credits Introduction to Vlsi System Design EL-GY 6473 3 Credits Nanoelectronic Devices EL-GY 6523 3 Credits Electives (21 credits) Other graduate ECE and CSE courses (courses with EL and CS prefixes) including those in the core course listing that are not used to satisfy the core requirement can be found in the online course offerings. At least 15 out of 30 credits should be graduate ECE credits (EL numbered courses). Up to two graduate courses can be taken from other science, engineering, or management departments at NYU. The total number of credits for 5000-level EL courses and non-EL/CS courses cannot exceed 12 credits. Note that credits from 5000-level courses from other departments cannot be counted towards MS/EE degree, except with approval by the program director. Note about CS-GY 6843 Computer Networking: We expect most students have covered this material in an undergraduate course. Therefore students can only take this course in exceptional cases and only if approved by Professor Yong Liu. Project Requirements (3 credits) One 3-credit advanced project in ECE/CSE (EL-GY 9953 or CS-GY 9963) is required.Certain courses with significant project component may be used to partially satisfy the project requirement, subject to approval by the program director. Advanced Project I EL-GY 9953 3 Credits Advanced Project in Computer Science CS-GY 9963 3 Credits MS Thesis Option: (6 credits) A thesis in ECE/CSE (EL-GY 997X/CS-GY 997X) may be selected to replace the 3-credit Advanced Project and a course from the elective group above. MS Thesis in Electrical & Computer Engineering Department EL-GY 997X MS Thesis in Computer Science CS-GY 997X Degree Requirements: 30 Credits [-]

MS Cybersecurity

Online September 2017 USA Brooklyn

Secure your position in a highly sought after career in cybersecurity with our online master’s degree, taught by internationally known experts giving you a leading industry edge. [+]

Cybersecurity Online Secure your position in a highly sought after career in cybersecurity with our online master’s degree, taught by internationally known experts giving you a leading industry edge. As the demand for skilled information-security professionals continues to grow, computer and network professionals now can turn to this online, in-demand Master’s to emerge as sophisticated practitioners in cyber security, the science of protecting vital computer networks and electronic infrastructures from attack. Acquire a solid foundation in key technologies — computer and network security, digital forensics, cryptography, and biometrics. Study with internationally recognized faculty from Information Systems and Internet Security (ISIS) Laboratory. With industry continuing to place top priority on safeguarding its data and information systems, you become well-prepared for careers in developing security products, as security-application programmers, security analysts, penetration testers, vulnerability analysts and security architects. NYU Tandon School of Engineering is one of nine graduate schools in the country to have the designation of National Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Cyber Operations. Curriculum Computer Science Core Courses Introduction to Operating Systems CS-GY 6233 3 Credits Computer Networking CS-GY 6843 3 Credits Design and Analysis of Algorithms I CS-GY 6033 3 Credits Any of the courses above may be replaced if you have taken a similar class. Security Core Courses Information, Security and Privacy CS-GY 6813 3 Credits Network Security CS-GY 6823 3 Credits Applied Cryptography CS-GY 6903 3 Credits Application Security CS-GY 9163 3 Credits Most of the required security core courses above have a project component. Select Any 3 Electives You may choose security-related courses from the School of Engineering or from New York University, including courses in psychology, law, and sociology departments. Selected courses must be approved by the Program Committee. All the following courses have been preapproved; others must be approved by the Program Committee. Design and Analysis of Algorithms II CS-GY 6043 3 Credits Computer Architecture I CS-GY 6133 3 Credits Operating Systems II CS-GY 6243 3 Credits Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Analysis CS-GY 6573 3 Credits Information Systems Security Engineering and Management CS-GY 6803 3 Credits Digital Forensics CS-GY 6963 3 Credits Biometrics CS-GY 9093 3 Credits Advanced Project in Computer Science CS-GY 9963 3 Credits MS Thesis in Computer Science CS-GY 997X Research Project (Optional) One goal of the MS program in Cybersecurity is to introduce students to the exciting research in the area of cybersecurity, in which you can use as a stepping stone to pursue a PhD degree. To this end, we offer a semester-long advanced project (CS 9963) in the area of cybersecurity as an elective. If you choose this option you will work under the guidance of a research professor and gain invaluable research experience. Preparatory Courses We offer 3 preparatory bridge courses for students who do not have a working knowledge of a high level, general-purpose programming language or a background in sets, functions, relations, asymptotic notation, proof techniques, induction, combinatorics, discrete probability, recurrences, graphs, trees, mathematical models of computation and undecidability. Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving CS-GY 5303 3 Credits Data Structures and Algorithms CS-GY 5403 3 Credits Foundations of Computer Science CS-GY 6003 3 Credits Master's Thesis (Optional) In addition to the above semester-long research experience, the program also offers research-oriented MS students to take up the master's thesis option. If you select this option, you will need to take 6 credits of CS 9973 working with a faculty advisor on some research problem in cybersecurity in lieu of 2 out of the 3 required electives. The research need not be original, but should adequately demonstrate your proficiency in the subject material. An oral defense of the master's thesis with at least 3 professors in attendance is required. The 6 credits of master's thesis must span over a period of exactly 2 consecutive semesters. Whenever relevant, 3.00 credits of CS 9963 may be used as 3.00 credits of CS 9973, subject to the approval of your faculty adviser(s). Degree Requirements: 30 Credits [-]

MS Electrical Engineering

Online September 2017 USA Brooklyn

Advance your knowledge of industrial infrastructure or applications on hand-held devices with our online Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. [+]

Electrical Engineering Online Advance your knowledge of industrial infrastructure or applications on hand-held devices with our online Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. Electrical engineers assume a principal role in implementing industrial infrastructure, from vast complexes to intricate applications on hand-held devices. This online Master of Science program in Electrical Engineering prepares students to embrace an advanced, highly sought-after professional career. It also gives them critical knowledge to pursue a PhD in electrical engineering. Students explore key subdisciplines in control, signal processing and computing to achieve a thorough command of the field. Curriculum Course Requirements To obtain the MS in Electrical Engineering degree, students must complete a total of 30 credits, with restrictions described below. The 30 credit requirement is equivalent to 10 required courses broken down as follows: Core Courses (2 courses required) EL Courses (6 additional EL courses required): In addition to the core courses, the student must select additional 6 courses from graduate level EE courses (with prefix EL-GY) listed within the concentrations. Out-of-department courses and 5000-level EL courses: At most 2 non-EL graduate level courses (6 credits) in science, engineering, or management can be used to count towards the 30 credits. A 3-credit graduate course taken at other science or engineering departments of NYU that is closely related to electrical engineering may be approved by the MSEE program advisor. The total number of non-EL courses and 5000-level EL courses cannot exceed 4 (12 credits). Core Courses (two courses required): The core courses cover fundamental material and should be taken as early as possible. An advanced course subsequent to a core course may be taken in lieu of the core course, upon approval by the MSEE program advisor. All students must choose two out of four of the following core courses offered online: Digital Signal Processing I EL-GY 6113 3 Credits Linear Systems EL-GY 6253 3 Credits Probability and Stochastic Processes EL-GY 6303 3 Credits Electromagnetic Theory and Applications EL-GY 6713 3 Credits Concentration Areas: Students are recommended to select courses to focus on one or two concentration areas, to obtain sufficient depth in their chosen areas. To provide flexibility for course selection based on the student’s interests, a student does not need to officially declare a concentration, and no specific number of credits is required for each chosen concentration. Communications Probability and Stochastic Processes EL-GY 6303 3 Credits Digital Communications EL-GY 6013 3 Credits Wireless Communications EL-GY 6023 3 Credits Networking Internet Architecture & Protocols EL-GY 5373 3 Credits Probability and Stochastic Processes EL-GY 6303 3 Credits High-Speed Networks EL-GY 6383 3 Credits Network Modeling and Analysis EL-GY 7353 3 Credits High Performance Switches and Routers EL-GY 7373 3 Credits Special Topics in Telecomm & Ntwk From Information Systems EL-GY 9333 3 Credits Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing I EL-GY 6113 3 Credits Probability and Stochastic Processes EL-GY 6303 3 Credits Digital Signal Processing II EL-GY 7133 3 Credits Systems and Control System Optimization Method EL-GY 6233 3 Credits Linear Systems EL-GY 6253 3 Credits Introduction to Systems Engineering EL-GY 5213 3 Credits System Modeling,analysis & Design EL-GY 6213 3 Credits Energy Systems and Power Electronics Introduction to Electric Power Systems EL-GY 56133 Credits Power Systems Economics and Planning EL-GY 6623 3 Credits Resonant Power Converters EL-GY 6673 3 Credits Electric Drives EL-GY 6683 3 Credits Computer Engineering and VLSI Circuit Design Advanced Hardware Design EL-GY 6463 3 Credits Advances in Reconfigurable Systems EL-GY 6453 3 Credits Degree Requirements: 30 Credits [-]

MS Industrial Engineering

Online September 2017 USA Brooklyn

Participate in our multidisciplinary online Master of Science in Industrial Engineering program, designed to help you strengthen your organization by exploiting analytic modeling, system simulation, and other key practices. [+]

Industrial Engineering Online Participate in our multidisciplinary online Master of Science in Industrial Engineering program, designed to help you strengthen your organization by exploiting analytic modeling, system simulation, and other key practices. Industrial engineers are key professionals who explore how industrial systems work and spearhead effective and efficient delivery of quality products and services. In this online Master’s program in Industrial Engineering, you learn to exploit analytic modeling, system simulation, queuing systems, work design, project planning, facilities design and quality management and control, practices that are fast becoming essential in global industry. Curriculum Required Core Courses (12 credits) Quality Control and Improvement IE-GY 6113 3 Credits Facility Planning and Design IE-GY 6213 3 Credits Factory Simulation IE-GY 6823 3 Credits Production Science MN-GY 7893 3 Credits 9 Credits with Either IE or MN Designation Elective (course selection optional) Production Planning and Control IE-GY 6193 3 Credits Target Costing MN-GY 7503 3 Credits Lean Manufacturing MN-GY 7873 3 Credits Design for Manufacturability MN-GY 7923 3 Credits Basics of Supply Chain Operations Management MN-GY 7953 3 Credits Electronics System Manufacturing MN-GY 7963 3 Credits Elective 9 Credits Please speak with your academic advisor for qualifying courses. Degree Requirements: 30 Credits [-]

MS Management of Technology

Online September 2017 USA Brooklyn

Take your career to the next level with our online Master of Science in Management of Technology, providing you with skilled expertise and industry partnerships to address the needs of the 21st century. [+]

Management of Technology Online Take your career to the next level with our online Master of Science in Management of Technology, providing you with skilled expertise and industry partnerships to address the needs of the 21st century. If you are looking to make a difference in the new digital economy, where bridging the gap between management and technology is crucial, you should enroll in NYU School of Engineering’s online Master’s in Management of Technology (MOT). If you are a mid-career manager or member of a technical staff, the program is technology based and industry-driven, allowing you to create and deliver value to your organization. MOT is your unique path to management, leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship, design thinking, and creativity for 21st century leaders. Encompassing a broad range of industry sectors, the degree is your fast track to high-tech leadership. It also features IBM-requested course electives, focusing on communication and design of technology. Starting this Summer 2016 semester, the Organizational Behavior, Systems and Analytics program has been merged into the Management of Technology master’s degree. Individuals looking to specialize in Human Capital Engineering or Human Resource Information Systems can confidently turn to this degree to obtain the latest knowledge in skills and technologies in the evolving Human Resources industry. [-]