The School of Systems and Enterprises (SSE) at Stevens Institute of Technology is a leading institution in systems innovation and research. Ranked amongst the top 50 graduate programs in systems engineering by the US News and World Report, SSE is dedicated to designing sustainable solutions for some of the most complex socio-technical challenges of the 21st Century.

SSE offers two undergraduate majors, two minors, nine master's programs and four doctoral degrees – all of which focus on three core  areas: systems & software engineering, financial engineering, and enterprise science & engineering. Academics at SSE is led by faculty whose careers are equally balanced between classical research and industry. Degree and certificate programs are designed by professionals, for professionals to align with industry priorities. Because they are so relevant to today’s market, these programs offer a unique advantage, providing a world-class, practice-based and research-supported education that translates immediately into expertise that students can take to the workplace.

Research at SSE is conducted through four state-of-the-art research centers, Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC), a University-Affiliated Research Center of the US Department of Defense (DoD), Center of Complex Systems and Enterprises (CCSE), the Hanlon Financial Systems Center (HFSC) and Center for Coastal Resilience and Urban Excellence (CRUx). In these centers, faculty and students work alongside on crucial research projects and develop solutions to complex socio-technical problems of national and international significance, in domains such as - financial systems, national security, healthcare delivery and coastal urban resilience. 

 

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If you are interested in pursuing your graduate studies at Stevens Institute of Technology, we invite you to attend a Graduate Open House to learn about graduate programs, research, and the application process.

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