Q. Is Stevens a Registered Education Provider with the Project Management Institute?
A. Yes. The project management courses provide 35 PDUs that can be used to take the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam or to maintain PMP certification. Specifically, MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management covers all topics in the Project Management Body of Knowledge and is good preparation for taking the PMP exam.
Q. What are the admission requirements to apply to this program?
A. Students must have a bachelor’s degree with a 3.0 GPA or higher, complete an application, provide two letters of recommendation and supply their original undergraduate transcripts. International Students are required to provide TOEFL scores and GRE/GMAT scores.
Q. How long does it take to complete this degree program?
A. Full-time students are expected to take 3 courses each regular semester (summer optional) and to complete the program in 2 years. Part-time students who take 2 courses each semester and 1 each summer should be able to complete the program in 2 years. Part-time students who move at a slower pace will be expected to complete the program in no more than 3 years, after which time the coursework begins to expire.
Q. How are courses offered?
A. On-campus courses are scheduled in the the 14-week, 2.5 hours-per-week format in order to allow for sufficient time to explore the foundational material necessary to proceed effectively in the program. Stevens offers courses in a variety of formats including:
Traditional: 14-week format.
Summer: 6-weeks, meet 2 times week, or 12 weeks once a week.
Onsite: For more information on corporate cohort programs, contact Kal Vadasz, director of corporate and strategic partnerships, at (201) 216-3561 or email@example.com.
Online: Courses through Stevens' WebCampus program run on 13-week terms.
Q. How are the courses structured?
A. Traditional courses are taught as lectures/seminars. Online and hybrid courses offered in other formats are designed to offer the same type of classroom experience as the traditional format. Some classes use online discussion, chats, blogs, electronic portfolios and other mechanisms to enhance the course experience. Classes taught fully online deliver lectures through a variety of means, and use any or all of the above mechanisms to ensure student participation, comprehension and performance.
Q. What is the tuition for this degree program?
A. Tuition and fees for Stevens graduate programs are available here.
Q. Do I need to take the GRE or GMAT?
A. International students must take the GMAT or GRE. For all applicants, we will look closely at your undergraduate academic record and professional achievements when considering your application.
Q. Can I transfer graduate credits? If so, how many?
A. Stevens allows up to nine graduate credits to be transferred from other accredited graduate programs, if the credits have not been applied to a conferred degree. The courses must be evaluated by Stevens for applicability to the desired Stevens graduate study plan/degree.