Tandon School of Engineering

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Integrated Design and Media at NYU: Be a Creative Engineer

As an NYU Tandon student, NYU Ambassador Katrina combined an interest in STEM with a passion for the arts through the Integrated Design and Media Program.

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Meet the NYU Tandon School of Engineering

At NYU Tandon, engineering students can access the resources to create and innovate among some of the world’s most talented engineering faculty and peers.

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Game Design at NYU: Plug In

At NYU, there are so many ways to pursue your passion for gaming and game design. Here’s an overview of game-related programs to consider.

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STEM Minors ≠ Just for STEM Students

Complement your major with a STEM minor at NYU Tandon.

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I Had Many College Choices. Here’s Why I Picked NYU

A first-generation studentʼs college decision story: NYU wasnʼt my first choice, nor was it my second. I picked NYU because I didnʼt have to compromise.

NYU Tandon student Julia Haskins.
At NYU Tandon, Bio + Design = Improving Lives

NYU Tandon Integrated Design and Media major and Biomolecular Science minor Julia Haskins combines two of her passions to engineer solutions for the world’s most pressing needs.

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Research at NYU: Everything Is on the Table (Part 1)

NYU undergrads conduct rigorous, impactful, and innovative research across all disciplines.

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Ready, Set, Summer: For NYC High Schoolers, ARISE Offers Hands-On STEM Experience

NYU Tandon’s Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering (ARISE) program offers free STEM experience and the opportunity to participate in college-level research this summer for motivated high school students.

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What Are the Best Classes to Take at NYU Tandon?

Current students share what inspired them to study engineering at NYU Tandon, plus some favorite courses they’ve taken.

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Music Technology and Accessibility: A VIP

NYU undergraduates from many backgrounds experiment with nonvisual music creation and gain research skills as part of the MusEdLab VIP, a multiyear project.