To design, develop and maintain complex 21st-century systems, the world needs big-picture thinkers with engineering acumen, creativity and managerial ability. These technical leaders of tomorrow are trained at the School of Systems & Enterprises (SSE).
SSE's undergraduate programs, including its nationally ranked Industrial & Systems Engineering program, sit at the dynamic intersection of technology, management and real-world application to provide the technical training that students need to address tomorrow's global challenges in research and development, policy and strategy, and innovation in academia, business and government.
Whether you aspire to transcend organizational and cultural boundaries or entrepreneurially create complex technology solutions, an undergraduate education from Stevens' School of Systems and Enterprises will put you on the path to success. Our programs, highly relevant in today's competitive market, are led by faculty who are recognized leaders in their fields. You can expect to receive a world-class, practice-based and research-supported education that provides you with the multidisciplinary perspective needed to excel in your field of interest. Additionally, through the sponsored Senior Design program, you have the opportunity to gain "real-world experience" by working on industry sponsored consulting, entrepreneurial and product development projects.