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Graduate Study

Achieve the exceptional.  Your future starts now.

At Stevens, you will learn at the intersection of technology and humanity, where next-generation research is an agent for human progress. Through our interdisciplinary approach and an environment shaped by a faculty of industry experts, you will immerse yourself at the forefront of innovation. 

Strong connections between academia and industry shape every aspect of the graduate experience. A powerful pipeline from research to entrepreneurship brings opportunities to bridge innovation and commercialization.  

We are located minutes from New York City in the heart of one of the world’s most influential corporate and technology centers.  

Whether you are studying on campus or online, pursuing career advancement or groundbreaking research, Stevens will help prepare for success.

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Discover 50+ master’s degrees, 22 unique Ph.D. programs, and over 120 graduate certificates in three schools.

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Stevens conducts research in a range of issues critical to making a positive impact and advancing society.

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Meet Our Students

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Jonathan Makris, Biomedical Engineering

Jonathan is a member of Professor Hongjun Wang’s laboratory, where he is conducting nanoparticle research with hopes of developing a better method for treatment of colon cancer.

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Seddiqa Mohammed Hussein

A Fulbright Scholar, Seddiqa helps Afghan women start businesses and work in technology.

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Louis Gomez

To pursue his Ph.D., Louis Gomez selected a Stevens computer science lab to develop AI-driven methods to inform better medical decisions.

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Jessica Driscoll, Systems Engineering & MBA

In her role at Bradley Construction Management, Driscoll ’20 M.Eng. ’21 MBA ’24 is overseeing energy services across the country.

Featured Faculty

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Professor Johannes Weickenmeier

An NSF CAREER Award recipient, his research focuses on neurodegenerative disease at Stevens' Center for Neuromechanics.

Dr. Ying Wang, Associate Professor of Systems and Enterprises

Dr. Yin Wang

SSE professor recognized for her research at the intersection of AI, cybersecurity, healthcare and wireless infrastructure.

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Professor Muhammed Hajj

Director of the Davidson Laboratory, Hajj leads resiliency research at Stevens. The university recently received nearly $1 million in Federal funding for flood prediction research.