A Bridge Program to NYU Tandon

Created for individuals with non-engineering backgrounds, the program provides you the tools needed to be admitted into select graduate-level programs at the School of Engineering.

Brooklyn Bridge

Your Road to a New Career

"A Bridge to NYU Tandon" is a uniquely designed program to give individuals lacking a background in science or engineering a gateway into one of our select master’s degree programs.

If you have a degree in liberal arts or similar, our one-course online program will provide you the tools needed to upgrade your math, science or engineering knowledge in preparation for your application to an NYU Tandon School of Engineering graduate program. Students who complete this intensive online program with a grade of B+ or better, and meet all other School of Engineering admission requirements, can be admitted to a qualifying master’s program.

Whether you are transitioning your career or looking to refresh your knowledge, this course will ensure a seamless start into your graduate career.

Courses start every Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall semester. Students have the opportunity to enroll in a 24-week course (15-25 hrs per week) or an accelerated 17-week version of the course (30-40 hrs per week).


Meredith Mante

"The Bridge Program provided me the opportunity to learn the fundamentals that are required for graduate study in the field, even though my undergraduate degree is in Psychology."

- Meredith Mante

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Program Benefits

Bioinformatics Bridge

not Required

Fully Online


Graduate Study

Prepares you
for Graduate


Cost: $1,500
(equivalent to
three courses, 

saving you 14K)

Program Qualifications

To apply, you must have a bachelor’s degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. 

Choose Your Pathway

Pathways are offered to prepare you to apply for a master's degree in any of the following subject areas:

Bioinformatics Bridge Page


Computer Engineering Bridge Program Page

Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering Bridge Page

Computer Science

Cybersecurity Bridge Program Page