Cornell Introduces New Joint Program With Israel’s Technion

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NYCCornell Innovation Institute at Cornell Tech and the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology are introducing a new joint program: an M.S. in Information Systems with a specialization in Connective Media. Students will receive degrees from both institutions.

According to the Cornell Tech website, the program will meet “the growing demand for trained technologists and entrepreneurs in media-related industries: it provides the talent both to drive the digital-age transformation of information (e.g., news, publishing, advertising, and entertainment) industries and to lead the design and development of the next generation of social media applications.”

Sample courses include:

• Building Smart Devices
• Psychological and Social Aspects of Connected Media
• Human Language Technologies
• Big Data and Complex Event Processing
• Algorithmic E-Commerce

You can read more about the program here and here.

For more info about Cornell Tech, check out our recent podcast episode, “Dr. Douglas Stayman Shares the Scoop on Cornell Tech NYC.”






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