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Business & Technology Major

Program Details

Degree

Bachelor of Science

Department

Business Undergraduate Program

Available

On campus

Contact

Office of Undegraduate Admissions1.201.216.8348[email protected]
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The Business & Technology major infuses technology and analytics into a broad and flexible management education, empowering students to immediately create impact in any industry.

From Ramsey, N.J., Matthew Samanoglu BS ’25 business and technology, knew that the Stevens campus was right for him. Matthew likes how close Hoboken is to New York City as well as his family, and he enjoys being a part of the Philosophy Club.

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Students select a business concentration in one of five areas — finance, marketing, information systems, economics or international business. Technology training is reinforced through a separate concentration that trains students in highly specialized areas using curriculum outside the business school in a number of fields, from engineering and science to humanities. Examples of the technology concentrations include Computer Science, Biotechnology and Green Technology.

Students complete the B&T major with a thorough understanding of how technology can be leveraged to think differently about problems and opportunities in any industry.

Our largest major allows you to pair your passion for business — marketing, management, accounting, quantitative finance and beyond — with a concentration of your choice, from the arts, to engineering, to computer science. In addition to being recruited by some of the largest Fortune 500 companies, like Goldman Sachs, Deloitte, KPMG and Citi, B&T graduates go on to manage their own entrepreneurial ventures.

All students pursuing a major in Business & Technology complete two concentrations — one in business and another in technology.

Business Concentration

The business concentration offers a deep dive into one of five areas — Finance, Marketing, Information Systems, International Business or Management. Students choose four courses in the area in which they wish to concentrate.

Technology Concentration

The technology concentration offers a close look at a particular technology discipline. Among the opportunities for this concentration:

Computer Science
Information Systems
Technology & the Arts
Technology & the Sciences
Data Analytics