M.S. in Applied Urban Science and Informatics
The goal of the M.S. in Applied Urban Science and Informatics program is to provide you with the ability to use large-scale data, from a variety of sources, to understand and address real-world challenges in the urban context. The one-year, three-semester, 30-credit M.S. program provides core courses in urban science, urban informatics, and information and communication technology in cities. You will have the opportunity to select from multiple urban domains and informatics disciplines to gain breadth and depth in the application of big data analytics to urban problems.
Civic Analytics Track
The Civic Analytics track is for students who are focused on addressing social and operational problems within city agencies and other organizations or firms. In this track, you will learn the skills required to develop, manage, and implement data-driven analytics projects in urban centers. Courses include Urban Decision Models, Civic Analysis, Applied Data Science, and Civic Technology Strategy.
- Interdisciplinary 30 credit data analytics M.S. program from New York University
- 1 and 2 year options
- Learn the skills to be successful in data-driven urban operations, planning, and policy career paths