The EMBA program runs in parallel with the Master of Science in Technology Management program for Experienced Professionals (MSTM). The latter starts in the Fall (September) and ends 21 months later at the conclusion of the Spring semester (end of May). There is typically a one or two-week break between semesters and a month break in August.
After completing the 12 courses of the MSTM curriculum, EMBA students continue in the EMBA extension program which consists of four  courses designed to broaden competency in business management. Students may start the extension program in any semester following completion of the MSTM component of the program.
Saturday Schedule: Students attend class every other Saturday on the Stevens campus in the Babbio Center for Technology Management. Class meets from 8:30 AM to 5.15 PM, with continental breakfast and lunch provided. Students take two courses per semester.
Advantages of Saturday Option:
- No disruption to your regular work schedule
- Alternate Saturday schedule allows you to balance personal commitments with the demands of the academic program.
Half-Time Option: While students will gain maximum advantage from the program by taking the two-courses per semester in lock-step sequence, we do realize that work, time, and fiscal constraints may necessitate a lessened work load. Students who elect the half-time option take one course per semester. While this option does offer flexibility, students should be aware that it does double the time required to complete the degree.
Students in the Saturday program will have the opportunity to connect with classmates, meet with the faculty and prepare for the MSTM/EMBA learning experience in a one-day orientation session held on the Stevens campus on the Friday preceding the start of Fall classes.
Program cost: The estimated cost of the MSTM 24 program is approx. $31K/year (2014-15 tuition rates); $15.5K/year for the half-time option. Those continuing in the EMBA extension program pay and additional cost of approx. $16K for the four additional courses which require an additional 2 semesters to complete.