Class of 2017

Each year members of the Senior class are contacted, and salary information is solicited to compile the Salary Survey, as of six months post-graduation. The Stevens Class of 2017 has an average starting salary of $67,600.

Bachelor of Engineering Salary Information

 
 Lowest Accepted SalaryHighest Accepted SalaryAverage Accepted Salary
Biomedical Engineering $50,000 $90,000 $67,200
Chemical Engineering $50,000 $102,000 $69,150
Civil/Environmental/Naval Engineering $47,000 $74,000 $62,000
Computer Engineering $60,000 $104,000 $75,600
Electrical Engineering $48,000 $85,000 $68,300
Engineering Management $45,000 $78,500 $65,800
Mechanical Engineering $46,000 $102,000 $66,700

Bachelor of Science Salary Information

 
 Lowest Accepted SalaryHighest Accepted SalaryAverage Accepted Salary
Business & Technology/Information Systems/ Marketing $45,000 $80,000 $62,600
Computer Science/CyberSecurity $62,000 $100,000 $78,200
Finance/Quantitative Finance $53,000 $110,000 $73,800
TOTAL SURVEY $45,000 $110,000 $67,600

Cooperative Education Salary Survey

In an effort to be transparent regarding student compensation, The Stevens Cooperative Education Program provides salary information. The information below is a summary of 2017-2018 salary data provided by Co-op employers. Employers determine salaries. The salaries below do not include over-time pay or sign-on bonuses. Please note that students may not be paid as independent contractors (Form 1099).

Overall

  • 90% of students were compensated $14.40 - $32.45 per hour.
  • The lowest salary was $13.50 per hour; the highest $41.63 per hour.
  • The average salary was $19.24 per hour.

Most Stevens Co-op students complete 4 or 5 work assignments. The following is what students were paid by work term:

Stevens Co-op Students Salary Information

 
 co-op term Lowest SalaryHighest SalaryAverage Salary
First work term
(162 students)
$13.50 per hour $25.00 per hour $17.64 per hour
Second work term
(189 students)
$14.00 per hour $26.00 per hour $18.58 per hour
Third work term
(226 students)
$13.50 per hour $34.50 per hour $20.02 per hour
Fourth and Fifth work terms
(109 students)
$15.00 per hour $41.63 per hour $21.13 per hour

Internship Salaries

The information below provides the self-reported student internship compensation for Summer 2017. The salaries below do not include over-time or sign-on bonuses. Please note that student may not be paid as independent contractors (Form 1099).

Overall

  • 75% of students were compensated $15.00 - $36.00 per hour.
  • 50% of students were compensated $17.00 - $30.00 per hour.
  • The lowest salary was $11.00 per hour; the highest was $50.00 per hour.
  • The average salary was $21.74 per hour.

Undergraduate Student Compensation

  • 75% of undergraduate students were compensated $15.00 - $28.00 per hour.
  • 50% of undergraduate students were compensated $17.00 - $25.00 per hour.

2017 Undergraduate Summer Internship Salary Information

 
 Class LOWEST SALARYHIGHEST SALARYAVERAGE SALARY
Freshmen/Sophomores $12.00 per hour $40.00 per hour $18.89 per hour
Juniors $11.00 per hour $50.00 per hour $23.23 per hour

2016 Graduate Student Compensation

  • 75% of graduate students were compensated $15.00 - $40.00 per hour.
  • 50% of graduate students were compensated $18.00 - $39.00 per hour.

2016 Graduate Summer Internship Salary Information

 
LOWEST SALARYHIGHEST SALARYAVERAGE SALARY
$9.00 per hour $52.00 per hour $26.78 per hour