Introducing the School of Business at Stevens

Welcome to the new School of Business at Stevens Institute of Technology! 

In 2012, leadership at the Howe School created and implemented a five-year strategic plan, with the ultimate goal of advancing the school from a narrowly focused School of Technology Management to a world-class, accredited School of Business able to explore all major disciplines through the lens of a technology-focused university.

In May 2015, the School received accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) — a designation achieved by only five percent of business schools worldwide — and in conjunction with this development, formally adopted the name School of Business at Stevens Institute of Technology. The new direction of business education and research, combined with the Stevens name — long synonymous with innovation and technology — portends enormous potential for the school as it grows and becomes an even more valuable resource to students, alumni, businesses and research partners.

The school’s foundation as a leader in analytics, finance, management, information systems and other disciplines owes much to Wesley J. (Jack) Howe B.E. ’43, M.S. ’53, Hon. D. Eng. ’81, Hon. MTM ’97, a former chairman of the Board of Trustees. The support and contributions of Dr. Howe and his family helped the school lay the groundwork to become a premier business school with technology at its core.

We are currently in the process of updating our website to reflect the new name and mission of the School of Business at Stevens Institute of Technology. Please read more about the school’s history and advantages, or look through our undergraduate and graduate programs.

What they say about the
School of Business

“All of our classes are very project based, very hands-on, so we’ve kind of been able to experience a lot of things that people do in the real world before we go into a job. We are so much more prepared, because the Quantitative Finance program is so practically oriented.”
Alexandra Middleton, Class of 2014

“We don’t expect entry-level people to come in knowing so much. The Stevens BI&A program gives them a head start on the tools and an understanding of what we’re trying to accomplish through analytics.”
Ed Frankel, director of U.S. talent and acquisition at Mediacom

"We've long recognized Stevens as one of the better colleges for producing people who understand innovation."
Rich Bingham, director of global strategy, marketing and communications at Pershing LLC