STEVENS SUMMER | PROGRAMS | CAMPUS LIFE | TUITION
Learn first-hand what it means to be a scientist or an engineer!
In Stevens' ECOES (Exploring Career Options in Engineering and Science) Program, [View ECOES flyer] you'll live on our campus for two weeks this summer and participate in hands-on research competitions, site visits to major companies, and enjoy the sites of the greatest city in the world, New York City! Read what other students had to say about ECOES!
The ECOES program dates are as follows:
Session 1- Sunday, July 10th- Friday, July 22nd
Session 2- Sunday, July 24th- Friday, August 5th
Program HighlightsExperience dynamic, hands-on laboratory projects.
Be a part of a team and work on an engineering design or science project.
*LEGO Mindstorm Robotics Competition
*Bioluminescence (Chemical Biology)
*Truss Construction Competition
*Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
Visit local Fortune 500 companies and get an inside view of how scientists and engineers work. Past field visits have included Merck, New Jersey Transit, Picatinny Arsenal, UPS, Becton Dickinson, and BAE Systems. Meet professional scientists and engineers, as well as Stevens students who will share their experiences with you. Make new friends and get a taste of college life!
Academic CurriculumThe program centers around an engineering design project and your work in the labs. You will work with members of our world-renowned faculty to explore a number of different areas, including:
* Chemical Engineering
* Biomedical Engineering
* Electrical Engineering
* Naval Engineering
* Physics (Optics)
* Computer Science
* Civil Engineering
* Environmental Engineering
* Mechanical Engineering
* Music and Technology
* Chemical Biology
Our hands-on lab experiences will offer you new insights into these disciplines and help you sharpen your leadership skills. You will also find plenty of social activities planned. A general schedule of academic modules, lab experiences and other activities can be found here. Some of the places we have visited in past years include Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, the Museum of Natural History, Liberty Science Center, and Yankee Stadium.