Stevens Institute of Technology is a student-centric research university, with technology at its core and the student experience always in mind.

We believe research and technology hold the keys to the solutions of the pressing challenges in fields as diverse as finance, defense, medicine, urban planning and national infrastructure.

Stevens educates more than 6,800 undergraduate and graduate students annually, employing more than 380 faculty in four academic divisions offering more than 30 majors. Use the interactive program finder to view academic programs available at Stevens.

Schools at Stevens Institute of Technology  

Stevens' academic programs are organized within and delivered by three distinguished  schools and one college focused on engineering & science, systems thinking, business, and the humanities.

Program Finder

Use this program finder to search academic programs at Stevens. You may search by degree, program, academic department or keyword.

Online Programs

A World of Possibility Online

Stevens offers a wide variety of graduate and certificate programs online, including the MBA and degrees in data, software, systems and mechanical engineering, cybersecurity, space systems and pharmaceutical manufacturing.

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Corporate & Professional Education

Corporate Education, Tailored to You

Stevens' Center for Corporate & Professional Education (CCPE) creates and manages customized learning programs on-site and on our New Jersey and Washington, D.C. campuses for a wide range of Fortune 500 firms, government agencies and public and private laboratories.

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Research

a student conducting research at Stevens Institute of Technology

Research at Stevens

Faculty and student research, with an eye toward application and entrepreneurship, are integral to the Stevens experience. Our research enterprise regularly produces new technologies, intellectual property and business ventures. We are robustly support by NSF, NIH, AFOSR, DoD, NSA and other public and private research funding agencies and sources.

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Office of the Provost

Stevens Provost and University Vice President George Korfiatis is the second-most senior officer of the university. He coordinates all academic programming, curricula and faculty resources, a lecture series on women in leadership, a center for faculty advancement, and all educational resources including the Samuel C. Williams Library.

George Korfiatis

About the Provost

Stevens Provost George Korfiatis, a leading innovator and researcher in environmental technologies, joined Stevens in 1983. He is responsible for oversight of the four schools that comprise Stevens Institute of Technology.

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Contact Us

Office of the Provost

Location On Campus

Edwin A. Stevens Hall
Room 405

Contact Types

p. (201) 216-5263
f. (201) 216-8909