Driven by real-world applicability, corporate education in the School of Systems & Enterprises (SSE) empowers professionals and technical leaders to make a positive and lasting impact on their people, organization and society.
With over 15 years of professional development and corporate education experience, the School of Systems & Enterprises (SSE) at Stevens Institute of Technology is attuned to helping organizations achieve and maintain that competitive edge. Continuous adaptation is essential, and being a leader among leaders is critical. From graduate degree and certificate programs to professional development workshops, SSE at Stevens offers a range of professional education and lifelong learning options for systems, software and engineering management professionals. Best-in-class courses, programs and workshops can be tailored to meet your company’s and employees' needs at all levels of engineering education.
The SSE Advantage
One of the nation’s first schools dedicated to systems science and engineering, the School of Systems & Enterprises offers corporate partners the opportunity to learn from a global leader in systems education and research. Courses are taught by instructors with both academic and industry experience. Participants build, enhance and monitor systems through application driven degree and certificate programs that offer training in relevant technologies addressing real-world issues and managing complexity. We offer flexible scheduling, a combination of synchronous and asynchronous sessions, instructor office hours and the choice of online or on-site class sessions.
“IBM students from across the globe have participated in systems engineering programs from Stevens with significant benefits for our business.”
— Ralph Nelson, Vice President, IBM
Custom Curriculum, Industry Experts
To meet the diverse needs of our global partners, we work individually with each partner to develop and design courses that cater to their specific requirements. Corporate workshops and graduate courses are taught by professors with extensive industry leadership roles. These real-world insights elevate the classes by combining the theoretical knowledge with the practical experiences gained working in the field. These courses are offered on-site at various partner locations worldwide, online through the award-winning Stevens WebCampus or on campus in Hoboken. To learn more about how your organization can benefit from a relationship with the SSE, contact Dr. Carlo Lipizzi by phone (201.216.3303) or email at [email protected].
4 courses, 12 Graduate Credits which can apply to a master’s degree:
Advanced Systems Engineering
Systems Security Engineering *
Systems Supportability Engineering
Software Design and Development
Space Systems Engineering *
Software Systems Architecture
Healthcare Systems and Data Analytics
Data Exploration & Visualization for Risk Management and Decision Making *
Logistics and Supply Chain Management *
Urban Resilience Engineering
Urban Systems Informatics
Master of Engineering, Systems Engineering
Master of Science, Software Engineering
Master of Engineering, Space Systems Engineering
Master of Engineering, Engineering Management
Master of Engineering, Systems Analytics
Unique Features of Online Courses
On-line Courses with a commitment to real-time instruction
A combination of live instruction and interactive activities, as well as some recorded sessions
Access to our learning management system, Canvas
24/7 ability to download lecture content, interact with teammates and complete assignments.
Researching the Future
The SSE leads the U.S. Department of Defense Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC) in working with more than 20 universities. Based on a collaborative model, the school has structured alliances with global enterprises to ensure a climate of innovation and transformation. SSE provides our partners access to the best academic and research facilities and empowers them with critical knowledge which enables them to meet their business needs and rise to technological challenges.
With the establishment in November 2020 of the newly-created Acquisition Innovation and Research Center (AIRC) within the SERC, Stevens has been tapped by the Department of Defense to leverage its top systems engineering researchers as well as its nationwide network of experts from universities across the country to infuse the U.S. defense acquisition system with the agility and speed now needed to better respond to the rapid increase of technological advancements critical to today’s warfighter.
Meet Some of Our Partners
Sandia National Laboratories