Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Chemistry, Chemical Biology & Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Biology
Biomedical Engineering

Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
Chemical Engineering

Civil, Environmental & Ocean Engineering
Civil Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Engineering with a concentration in Naval Engineering

Computer Science
Computer Science
Information Systems

Electrical & Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Computer Engineering

Mathematical Sciences
Computational Science

Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Physics & Engineering Physics
Engineering Physics

Engineering Bachelor's Degrees
A Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Science is not only a valuable investment in the future, it is a valuable personal investment as well. Read more about the benefits of an undergraduate engineering education by visiting the Engineering Bachelor's Degree page.

Spirit of Collaboration
The entrepreneurial spirit of Stevens Institute of Technology is defined by multidisciplinary collaboration among students and faculty, as well as with industry partners. This engagement yields impressive accomplishments by students.

Collaborating in Stevens Machine Shop

Multidisciplinary teams from Stevens have won the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) Student Poster Competition three out of the past four years. Most recently, Biomedical Engineering student Rosemary Garofalo presented the winning poster, "Digital Triage Assistant" on behalf of a team of Biomedical Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering Students. The team was a finalist in the 2010 CIMIT Prize for Primary Healthcare Competition, winning $10,000 to develop a business plan and compete for a grand prize. The team also won first place and $5,000 at the Rochester Institute for Technology IEEE Student Design Contest '10.

Members of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) Stevens Chapter come from all different programs: Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Biology, Mechanical Engineering, and others.

Initiatives like Senior Design Projects ensure that students get the real-world training they need before they enter the professional world while simultaneously providing experience interacting with industry.

More interested in research? There are plenty of opportunities as an undergraduate to pursue your passion.

Chemical Engineering Students Rachel Kenion and David Monteiro conduct research in Microfluidic Device Technology with professors Dr. Woo Lee, Hongjun Wang, and Joung-Hyun "Helen" Lee.

"Lab opportunities affect your opinions of the discipline," David says. "They can broaden your horizons and encourage you towards investigations you otherwise might not have followed."