Stevens offers more than 35 majors, including cutting-edge programs in engineering, the sciences, computer science, business and the humanities.

If you seek an education that opens up new avenues for discovery, in an environment where your professors are also mentors and research partners encouraging and supporting you in your daily efforts, it's time to discover Stevens Institute of Technology.

With unique majors like Information Systems Engineering and Bioinformatics, more than 500 classes, interesting minors like Game Design and Science Writing, and many opportunities for internships, undergraduate research, and cooperative education, Stevens gives you the tools to change today's environment and prepare for tomorrow's challenges. Programs for especially high achieving students push the boundaries even further.

Stevens' 8:1 student-to-faculty ratio means that you will have unparalleled access to faculty known in their fields and respected for their expertise.

The faculty carefully designs curricula that cover both breadth and depth and offer our students hands-on, project-based learning that is second to none. As a Stevens graduate, you will leave Stevens with the expert knowledge and broad understanding that top employers are seeking today.

What can happen when artists, engineers, computer scientists, and business majors join forces?  Everything.  Explore our discipline-specific pages by clicking the Business, Computer Science, Engineering, Humanities & Arts and Science links in the red text box to the right.

Below is an alphabetical list of majors with links to additional information and web resources.

Begin your journey today!


Undergraduate Programs

Whether you're interested in engineering, the sciences, computer science, business, or the humanities, social sciences & the arts, academics at Stevens are rigorous, challenging, and rewarding.

The table below is an overview of undergraduate programs. Clicking on the column header will take you to our discipline-specific pages.

Business (B.S.)Humanities & Arts (B.A.)Science (B.S.)Computer Science (B.S.)Engineering (B.E.)
Business & TechnologyHistoryBioanalytical ChemistryComputer ScienceBiomedical Engineering
EconomicsLiteratureBioinformaticsCybersecurityChemical Engineering
FinanceMusic & TechnologyBiology Civil Engineering
Information SystemsPhilosophyChemical Biology Computer Engineering
ManagementScience CommunicationChemistry Electrical Engineering
MarketingScience, Technology & Society (B.S.)Computational Science Engineering Management
Quantitative FinanceSocial SciencesEngineering Physics Environmental Engineering
 Visual Arts & TechnologyMathematics Mechanical Engineering
  Physics Naval Engineering
    Software Engineering



Click the links below to learn more about majors, projects, and concentrations in the following areas of study: