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New York Tech College of Engineering & Computing Sciences Online Programs

At New York Institute of Technology, we’re wired to perform.

For over 70 years, our sole mission has been to create career-oriented, technology-focused degrees. Now, we’re proud to offer an Online Computer Science, M.S. and Online Data Science, M.S. to working professionals who want to advance in their career without interrupting it. From computational theory, to programming languages, to database systems, you’ll learn the latest skills, trends, and tactics to make yourself invaluable wherever you go next.

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of U.S. Colleges for Return on Investment1
Top 25
Regional University
in the North2
Top 50
Performer in Social Mobility for Regional Universities in the North3
#2
in Campus Diversity for Regional Universities in the North4

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Considering a Master of Science (M.S.) in Computer Science or Data Science to take your career to the next level? Your journey starts here. Complete the form to get a program brochure for New York Tech College of Engineering and Computing Sciences online programs.

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Focused on Jobs of the Future

Make your career secure and sustainable. Gain an edge in the in-demand industries of data science, computer science, cybersecurity, and more.

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Enhance Your Educational Investment

Ranked #9 in New York for ROI among low income students, a master’s degree from New York Tech will help you earn your money back.5

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NYC Companies Trust New York Tech

Employers respect us, employees seek us out. Grab HR’s attention with a degree that holds weight on your resume.

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Find the Degree That Fits Your Career

This program offers a rich set of master’s level courses to build on your knowledge of computer algorithms, computational theory, computer architecture, operating systems, compiler design, and software-based systems. Within the master’s in computer science path, you can customize your degree to fit your career goals and interests and gain the critical experience you need to be a leader in the industry.

Program highlights:

  • Choose electives for your goals and interests
  • Work directly with faculty on federally-funded research grants
  • Complete in as few as 10 months

Learn About Online Computer Science, M.S.

No technical background is required for this research and practice-driven program. For the data science master’s degree, you’ll study topics such as computing theory, probability, algorithms, and machine learning as you learn to employ data science concepts to any industry.

Program highlights:

  • Sponsored research grants from national institutes
  • Entrepreneurship & Technology Innovational Center (ETIC) training
  • Complete in as few as 10 months*

Learn About Online Data Science, M.S.

*Completion time may be as short as 10 months if previous education satisfies the prerequisites. Talk to an admissions outreach advisor to see if you are eligible.
Pranav K., Computer Science B.S. ’14, M.S. ’15. Software Developer, Sanef ITF Technologies

“When you’re able to show that you can take what you learn in the classroom and make something, it puts you that much closer to an offer letter.”

Pranav K.
Computer Science B.S. ’14, M.S. ’15. Software Developer, Sanef ITF Technologies

Get In On the Big Tech Boom

⇧443%
in DevOps positions6
⇧417%
in machine learning positions6
⇧69%
in software engineering positions6
⇧167%
in data science positions6

There’s no question—data and digital are the ways of the future.

The need for tech-savvy and data-minded professionals is undeniable and unwavering. Almost all organizations, big and small, realize that they must adopt the systems and processes that will keep them competitive. With such a high demand in multiple industries, it gives job seekers and career changers like you greater power than ever before.

With a master’s degree from New York Tech, you can pursue any of these lucrative roles:

  • Business intelligence developer
  • Software development architect
  • Advanced data analyst
  • Cybersecurity engineer
  • Machine learning engineer
  • IT director
  • Solutions architect
  • Database administrator

Job opportunities for tech professionals continue to expand as the world becomes more digital and businesses gather more and more data. That includes exciting and fulfilling positions in healthcare, education, finance, engineering, biotechnology, and more.

Where will your passions take you?

It Pays to Invest in Yourself

When the job market fluctuates, positions in data science, computer science, and cybersecurity remain stable, sought after, and generously paid. After earning your degree from one of the New York Tech’s College of Engineering and Computing Science online programs, you can expect to command sky-high salaries, even if working remotely, and remain in demand for years to come.

Earn $30,000 more per year with a master’s in computer science
Earn $14,000 more per year with a master's in data science

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Join Our Alumni with Tech Success

Our students and alumni are a testament to the excellence and innovation that we experience every day. They continue our legacy in leading positions at some of the most well-known companies in the world.

IBM
Google
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Kodak
Northrop Grumman Corporation
SWBC
American International Group
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IBM
Google
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Kodak
Northrop Grumman Corporation
SWBC
American International Group
7-Eleven

Learn From Faculty on the Digital Front Lines

There’s no better way to learn the latest data and computer science best practices than from people who live, research, and experience them every day. As they continue to advance the field and master new competencies, our professors will share their personal insights and advice with you.

Meet Our Faculty

You Have Our Undivided Attention

Small class sizes allow for more frequent and meaningful interactions with our students. We view your success as our success, and we’ll stop at nothing until we help you achieve your goals.

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Online, On Your Schedule

Think online learning is a series of Zoom calls and PowerPoints? Think again.

New York Tech’s College of Engineering and Computing Sciences online programs have been carefully designed to support your learning and professional development—no New York zip code required. From the moment you enroll, you’ll be able to attend classes and complete your coursework wherever, and whenever, works best for your schedule.

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New York Institute of Technology

Tech isn’t just in our name—it’s our history. New York Institute of Technology is a private, nonprofit university that offers over 100 highly ranked, accredited, and in-demand degrees and areas of specialization. As one of the top 25 best colleges in the region, our focus is to provide an outcomes-focused, technology-infused student experience to support your goals and ambitions.2 Our community of over 110,000 alumni have gone on to become doers, makers, healers, and innovators working to change the world and solve 21st-century challenges.

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New York Tech College of Engineering and Computing Sciences Online Programs

The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences (CoECS) has been advancing the fields of computer science, cybersecurity, and mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering for decades. Influenced by the trailblazers in New York City and Long Island, we foster technological innovation and promote career-changing partnerships, such as free training and certification materials for Zscaler and Red Hat Academy.

If you’re looking for a holistic approach to technology learning, you’re in the right place. We work hard in CoECS to strike the balance of remaining practice-oriented and research-driven, while also staying at the forefront of research and new knowledge. Here, you’ll learn to solve business and scientific problems straight from faculty involved in federally funded research grants that investigate the latest problems in data science, computer science, and cybersecurity.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between data science and computer science?

There are many connections between data science and computer science, but there are distinct differences that will better inform your master’s degree decision. Computer science is a larger, more encompassing field with more variety (technically, computer science can include data science). Professionals who work in computer science usually have a background in computer or software engineering and are more automation and object-orientation-focused.9 Some of the tools and languages a computer scientist can expect to use are:

  • IDEs
  • Testing software
  • Python and other programming languages
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Atom
  • GitHub

With these skills, you can go on to become a cybersecurity expert, IT director, network specialist, AI scientist, or software engineer.

Data science, on the other hand, attracts individuals with backgrounds in statistics who want to home in on machine learning and data analysis.9 Many job opportunities can come from a Data Science, M.S. degree: applications architect, data scientist/engineer, machine learning engineer, statistician, and more. These positions will require that you know how to use:

  • SQL
  • R
  • SAS
  • Python
  • Tableau
  • Jupyter
  • PySpark
  • Docker

For more details, read our blog post.

What are the admissions requirements?

Both the Online Computer Science, M.S. and Online Data Science, M.S. require the following:

  • Completed application form
  • $50 nonrefundable application fee
  • Minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.85
  • Copies of undergraduate transcripts for all schools attended. All final, official transcripts must be received prior to the start of your first semester.
  • Copy of college diploma or proof of degree
  • International student requirements: English proficiency, I-20, and transcript evaluation

For more specific admissions information, visit our Admissions page or contact our admissions outreach advisors at onlineinfo@nyit.edu or (516) 518-6948.

Can I keep working while I complete these programs?

The Online Computer Science and Data Science M.S. programs from New York Tech’s Online College of Engineering and Computing Sciences are offered through a robust digital interface with courses that can be completed anytime, anywhere. All you’ll need is a laptop, video camera, and microphone.

These programs have been designed with working professionals in mind. Course content is delivered asynchronously (i.e., not all at the same time), which allows you to log in, view lectures and assignments, and submit required work as your schedule allows. You’ll also be able to track your progress and communicate with professors, all in one place.

Admissions Deadlines

Mar
22
Priority Deadline
March 22
Summer 2024
April
12
Final Deadline
April 12
Summer 2024
May
22
Start Date
May 22
Summer 2024

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