Cornell University is opening new campus in New York City.
Application for first set of ‘beta’ are now being accepted for the program.
- Program – Master of Engineering Program in Computer Science
- Duration – 1 Year
- Fees for International Students – $43,185 + Insurance
About Cornell NYC Tech
A new campus that will inspire and nurture the next generation of leaders who will advance technology to make a lasting, positive impact.
Cornell NYC Tech leverages New York City’s spirit and global interconnectedness.
It combines and channels academic excellence with creative explorations and the entrepreneurial mindset to create and launch ideas that will have broad and lasting global benefits.
Applications are now being accepted.
We are pleased to announce that applications are being accepted for the “beta” class of students in our Cornell Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) program in computer science at Cornell NYC Tech.
We are looking for a small group of extraordinary candidates to join our inaugural class.
The one year program will begin in January 2013.
The first incoming class of future tech leaders will help shape the future of the tech campus.
Candidates must have the highest academic credentials, demonstrate strong entrepreneurial interests, leadership skills and a passion for community engagement.
M.Eng. in Computer Science Curriculum
Students will be required to complete 30 credits of coursework.
24 of those credits will be advanced technical courses, while the remaining 6 credits will center on entrepreneurial and interdisciplinary knowledge.
While the actual list of courses offered beginning in January 2013 may change, it is anticipated that the curriculum will include courses such as:
- Computer Networking
- Cloud Computing
- Modern Data Analytics
- Embedded Computing
- Software Engineering
- Artificial Intelligence
- Visual Computing
- Entrepreneurship and Venture Creation
- Business Tools for Engineers and Scientists
- The Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation
Cornell NYC Tech is in the process of getting certification to accept international students.
Until we receive this certification, we can only accept applications to the New York City campus from students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Furthermore, international students should not apply to the Ithaca program with the hope of deferring admission and joining the NYC program at a later date.
We expect to have approval to issue student visas in time for the next admission cycle, for the program starting in Fall 2013.
So, who is ready to apply for Fall 2013 semester for this new and amazing program?