Engineering, science and math skills are highly sought after by employers, but recent college graduates in these disciplines often have difficulty distinguishing themselves in order to get the jobs in which they are most interested.
The Stevens master's degree in Management helps students with limited exposure to business to round out their résumés with practical instruction that teaches them how leadership, innovation, economics and strategy shape and define the roles they'll play in industry. The Management program can be completed in just 12 months, making it the perfect complement to a four-year bachelor's degree, and is available entirely online for maximum convenience.
Employers see graduates of the Stevens Management program as ideal job candidates who need little training, as their education prepares them to create immediate impact at work.
Samuel Zanone studied chemistry, and thought a graduate degree in Management would round out his skills to help him get ahead. He said the flexibility and interactive nature of his online courses were key selling points of his Stevens degree.
At the School of Business, going back to school right after completing an undergraduate degree doesn't mean putting the real world on hold. As a Management student, you'll gain firsthand experience through a curriculum shaped by input from the executives on the program's advisory board. Stevens also offers the Industry Capstone Program course and opportunities to meet corporate managers, both helpful as you strengthen your professional network in search of impactful employment opportunities.
The 30-credit master's degree in Management is designed for students with bachelor's degrees in the engineering, science or liberal arts disciplines who want to understand how their academic training can be applied to help them succeed in a business setting. Coursework demonstrates, through hands-on, applied learning, how technical expertise fits into the organizational picture, and prepares professionals to confidently lead people and projects.
Full-time students can complete the Management program in just one year, making it especially ideal for applicants seeking business skills before entering the workforce. Applications to this program for full-time students are accepted in three distinct cycles. To be considered for admission, all materials must be submitted by the deadline.
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This program can also be completed on a part-time basis. All part-time applications to this program are accepted on a rolling basis.
To be considered for the Management master's program, your application must include the following.