Your City. Your Lab.
YOUR DIGITAL REVOLUTION
New York City's Leading Graduate Program in Urban Informatics
Unlock the Potential in Big Data
Graduate programs at NYU CUSP offer a unique, interdisciplinary, and cutting-edge approach that links data science, statistics and analytics, and mathematics with complex urban systems, urban management, and policy. Our programs expose students to the inner workings of city agencies and create opportunities to challenge themselves through immersive, hands-on data projects. The curriculum emphasizes developing necessary technical skills and critical problem solving frameworks. We also provide research opportunities and real-world experiences through internships and practicums that enable students to be successful in a wide range of career trajectories.
Our rigorous programs are designed to prepare you for a rewarding and fulfilling career in Urban Informatics, developing the technical and problem-solving skills to effectively use data for social good. Students are immersed in every aspect of this exciting, multidisciplinary field, both in the classroom and through hands-on learning opportunities in research, internships, and interactions with faculty and NYU CUSP industry partners.
In CUSP’s graduate programs, you will learn the principles of Urban Informatics, including how to:
Are you ready to revolutionize the way we plan, run, and improve cities? Explore our graduate programs:
MASTER OF SCIENCE
The MS in Applied Urban Science and Informatics program will 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 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.
The Advanced Certificate program is designed for students who wish to complement previous graduate studies with applied work in urban informatics, or those with a bachelor’s degree and work experience who want to learn the capabilities of urban informatics. The 12 credit program, completed over 3 semesters, enables students interested in focusing on the structure and development of large-scale quantitative data from diverse sources to understand urban problems and their potential solutions.