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Stevens Emerges as National Leader in Graduate School Rankings

Business School and Schaefer School of Engineering & Science ranked among the best in both nation and state for graduate education

View of New York City from the Stevens campus

(Hoboken, N.J. – March 30, 2021) – Stevens has continued its rise in graduate education, increasing its overall position and ranking among the top schools in New Jersey for business and engineering master’s programs in the 2022 U.S. News & World Report Graduate Rankings

The university ranked No. 2 in New Jersey and No. 68 overall in the School of Business category, up from No. 77 overall last year. Stevens also ranked No. 3 in New Jersey and No. 79 overall in the School of Engineering & Science category, up from No. 80 overall last year. 

“These rankings demonstrate that Stevens has been able to maintain its momentum in a highly competitive landscape,” said Provost Christophe Pierre, Stevens’ chief academic officer. “We are honored to be featured in these rankings and are proud that all three of our schools that offer graduate programs remain on an upward trajectory. Clearly, students are finding value in Stevens’ premier graduate programs and our technology-focused approach to education.”

Across all graduate school programs, those who enroll with the goal of finding a job have seen exceptional outcomes. At Stevens, 94% of graduate students seeking jobs — including both online and traditional students — secure employment within three months of graduation with an average compensation of $87,320 and average signing bonus of $15,166.

Additionally, Stevens’ location, just across the river from New York City, allows for a feedback loop with business leaders resulting in a dynamic curriculum for MBA students that prepares graduates to meet the needs of top companies. This level of dialogue with industry giants such Verizon, PwC and Bank of America has led to Stevens leading a global initiative,  Management Curriculum for the Digital Era (MaCuDE), which involves more than 80 schools to develop a new management curriculum focused on preparing MBA graduates to work in technology-based, digital environments.

In the recent U.S. News and World Report online graduate education rankings Stevens placed in six disciplines across the School of Business, Schaefer School of Engineering & Science and School of Systems & Enterprises, ranking No. 1 in New Jersey across five of those—Best Online MBA, Best Online Graduate Engineering, Best Online Graduate Computer Information Technology, Best Online Engineering Specialties for Industrial (Systems) Engineering and Best Online MBA Specialties for Business Analytics.

Stevens offers more than 40 master's degree programs and 20 Ph.D. programs in the fields of business, computer science, engineering, science, and arts and humanities. Learn more about graduate education here. 

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About Stevens Institute of Technology 

Stevens Institute of Technology is a premier, private research university situated in Hoboken, New Jersey overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Since our founding in 1870, technological innovation has been the hallmark of Stevens’ education and research. Within the university’s three schools and one college, 7,300 undergraduate and graduate students collaborate closely with faculty in an interdisciplinary, student-centric, entrepreneurial environment. Academic and research programs spanning business, computing, engineering, the arts and other disciplines actively advance the frontiers of science and leverage technology to confront our most pressing global challenges. As Stevens celebrates its 150th anniversary, the university continues to be consistently ranked among the nation’s leaders in career services, post-graduation salaries of alumni, and return on tuition investment.

 

Stevens media contact: Thania Benios, [email protected], 917-930-5988