For information on admission to the M.S. in Computing, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, please click here.
To apply, you must use our online application. When using the online application, you can submit all materials electronically.
The online procedure is user-friendly; however, if you have any questions regarding the application process, please view the Application Resource Center.
Note: You must arrange with the Educational Testing Services (ETS) to electronically submit GRE and TOEFL/IELTS scores (if necessary) to our Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS). Our institution code for the GRE and TOEFL is 2596. You do not need to use a special department code for the GRE. For IELTS, contact your test center directly and request that your test scores be sent electronically to New York University, Graduate School of Arts and Science, New York, NY. An institutional code is not required. The GMAT and LSAT will not be accepted as a substitute for the GRE.
If you are required to take the TOEFL, this examination requires you to list a department code that is most appropriate for your field of study or you can simply use code 99. However, do not use code 00 and do not leave this field blank. We will not receive your test scores if you report it this way.
To expedite the processing of your application, you may include the unofficial copies of your results on these tests. However, we must receive the official scores from ETS before the admissions deadline.
Applicants should note the following:
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All regulations governing admission to the Graduate School of Arts and Science must be met by all those seeking admission to graduate study in computer science. In particular, students must have an accredited baccalaureate degree or its equivalent.
The following items are required:
Successful applicants to the MS program in Computer Science will generally have the following minimum qualifications:
MSIS applicants generally need the following to be admitted:
The minimum prerequisite background for admission to the MS program consists of:
Promising students who do not have this background should consider applying to the non-degree program and if accepted, enrolling in our one year preparatory course (PAC). Please note successful completion of the PAC courses does not guarantee admission to the MS program. Students without adequate mathematical training should take Discrete Mathematics, which is offered in the summer only.
For general admissions inquiries for the PhD and MS programs, including troubleshooting the online application:
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