Partner with us to solve your business problems
Become a corporate partner with the Stevens School of Business and you'll get access to our student talent, modern analytics and expert faculty. Our graduate students work in consulting teams with organizations, analyzing business problems and recommending appropriate actions. The Industry Capstone Program is an integral part of the graduate curriculum at the School of Business and delivers value to our corporate partners.
Each project team consists of 4-6 graduate students and a faculty advisor with extensive industry experience to ensure success.
Call for proposals
The Industry Capstone Program accepts submissions on a rolling basis. A proposed project should be an active, real-world problem and include a well-defined timeline with deliverables. Projects that can be completed in four months are given priority.
Here are some business specialties, made possible by our unique emphasis on technology:
Leverage financial planning and modeling, A.I.-assisted advising, risk analysis, and financial engineering techniques to optimize better manage assets and investments. Areas of focus may include cryptocurrencies, trading strategies and algorithms, forecasting or valuation.
Capture new consumer bases by engaging on new platforms and refining current initiatives to create leaner, more impactful marketing materials.
Analyze internal teams and practices to promote collaboration and communication, solve HR issues, increase employee motivation, outline succession planning and re-engineer business processes.
Strengthen supply chain resilience by optimizing transportation and demand forecasting.
Integrate new techonolgies to improve reporting and customer engagement, enhance IT security and ensure smarter product development.
Corporate Partners Checklist
The Industry Capstone Program accepts submissions on a rolling basis. Projects that can be completed in four months are given priority. Interested corporate partners should contact Christina Sargiss, Program Manager for the Industry Capstone Program, at [email protected] or book a meeting using the link below. This virtual meeting will provide you with information regarding the program, expectations and commitments.
After the initial virtual meeting, an assigned faculty advisor will assist with creating a statement of work for the coming semester. A proposed project should be an active, real-world problem and include a well-defined timeline with deliverables.
Once your statement of work is finalized and approved, we will post the description to the application for the coming semester and match students to work on the project. The corporate partner will receive updates from the Industry Capstone office and the assigned faculty advisor at the start of the semester.