Stevens is located in Hoboken, only 15 minutes from downtown Manhattan. Hoboken offers an outstanding quality of life and is an ideal location; our proximity to industries of all flavors creates many opportunities for meaningful research.
Faculty members hold diverse, advanced degrees from prestigious national and international academic and research institutions. They have earned international reputations for their research and are widely published in academic journals and texts.
A network of diverse peers
While many picture doctoral study as a solitary pursuit, at Stevens, it is a highly interactive process. Our Ph.D. students make up a diverse and interesting group. They come from many different parts of the world with widely different backgrounds. Some have enrolled directly from graduate programs, while others have worked for several years or are working in industry or government agencies. This diversity enhances the learning experience and helps our students achieve academic excellence.
Beyond the general skill development of common Ph.D. programs, which emphasize understanding and analysis, the Ph.D. program at the School of Business also fosters the ability to create and apply. Our graduates are positioned for highly competitive jobs in academia and industry.
The program integrates the knowledge of information management, technology and innovation management, and social computing to enable our graduates to conduct creative and innovative research in any of these knowledge domains. The integration of the different knowledge areas builds on the general insight that innovative ideas evolve at the intersections of different knowledge areas. Students will be exposed to fundamental and most recent research questions of each knowledge domain.
A network of mentors
Each student works with several faculty members over the course of their studies. Together with faculty, students are able to develop their research skills, publish joint research papers and refine their dissertations.
Substantial external research funding
Faculty at the School of Business are very competitive in receiving funding for innovative and unique research projects. They receive an above-average amount of external research funds, enabling students to participate and work on some of the most innovative current research questions.