Engineering, science and math skills are highly sought after by employers, but recent college graduates in these disciplines often have difficulty distinguishing themselves in order to get the jobs in which they are most interested. The Stevens master's degree in Management helps students with limited exposure to business to round out their résumés with practical instruction that teaches them how leadership, innovation, economics and strategy shape and define the roles they'll play in industry. The interdisciplinary curriculum and collaborative emphasis of the School of Business teaches graduates to approach the world looking to solve problems and drive change on a global scale.
The most valuable aspect of the Management program is time. This master's degree can be earned in as little as a year, making it the perfect complement to a four-year bachelor's degree — and the program can be taken entirely online, without ever coming to the Stevens campus. Employers see graduates of the Management program as ideal job candidates who need little training, as their education prepares them to hit the ground running.