Mechanical Engineering Department Introduces Two New Dual-Degree MBA Programs in Collaboration with the Stevens School of Business
In today’s ever-evolving workforce, an engineering degree coupled with an MBA can provide an ideal mixture of education that ultimately produces a well-rounded employee. With this in mind, the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Stevens School of Business have partnered to create two new dual-degree MBA programs.
The dual M.Eng. in mechanical engineering and MBA degree program is designed for students who seek to have a deep technical knowledge in mechanical engineering as well as strong management skills and qualifications. The dual M.S. in pharmaceutical manufacturing and MBA degree program is designed for students who seek to develop a strong core in pharmaceutical manufacturing in addition to refining their business capabilities.
These dual programs offer an exceptional combination of management skills with deep and practical knowledge of the technical aspects of mechanical engineering or pharmaceutical manufacturing. The MBA program is particularly suited for engineers, as it incorporates a unique blend of courses on management skills, technology and analytics skills, and human skills.
Students in these programs will benefit from close interaction with an internationally recognized faculty body with diverse educational and professional backgrounds both in the School of Engineering and Science and in the School of Business, from the hybrid format of many classes, summer classes, and networking opportunities with alumni from both schools.
Learn more about these programs at Stevens:
Mechanical Engineering Graduate Program