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MBA and M.E. or M.S. in Mechanical Engineering Dual Degree Master’s Program

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Master of Engineering, Master of Science, or Dual-Degree MBA


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The dual MS/ME-MBA degree offers an exceptional combination of management skills with deep and practical knowledge of the technical aspects of mechanical engineering.

The dual ME-MBA degree will provide you with a comprehensive skillset that combines business management expertise with specialized engineering knowledge. Choose from a Master of Science degree involving research or a Master of Engineering degree which does not.

Program Benefits:

Technical Expertise: Gain the expertise in research, design, production, and testing to set yourself apart.

Specialized Skillset: Train with expert faculty to position emerging technologies, lead high-quality product development, and manage projects with exacting standards.

Versatility: Bridge the gap between technical and managerial roles, making you eligible for leadership positions in engineering, manufacturing, or technology industries.


  • Engineering Management

  • Manufacturing Management

  • Operations Management

  • Business Development

  • Technology Management

  • Project Management

About The Stevens MBA Program

Program Highlights

A STEM-Designated MBA: This MBA program holds the STEM designation, setting it apart from ordinary offerings by infusing technology at the forefront of the curriculum. This designation also allows students from outside of the U.S. to be eligible for a 24-month extension of their Optional Practical Training (OPT).

Traditional Business Through the Technology Lens: At Stevens, conventional business disciplines are taught from a technological perspective, ensuring graduates are well-versed in leveraging leading-edge tools and methodologies to drive innovation across all aspects of a business.

AI and Machine Learning are Here to Stay: Students gain an essential understanding and practical application of AI and machine learning, equipping them to take the lead in navigating the fourth industrial revolution and propel industries forward.

Real-World Consulting Experience: The hallmark of the full-time MBA, the Industry Capstone Program, immerses students in consulting engagements with real-world companies. Students and their peers, under faculty mentors, take what they’ve learned in their courses to develop solutions to real business problems and present their recommendations to senior executives. This experience provides students with something they can speak about to hiring managers and recruiters. Open to students across graduate programs, the Industry Capstone Project encourages interdisciplinary collaboration, nurturing diverse perspectives and skill development.

Invaluable Networking Opportunities: Capstone projects partnering with companies, providing students with networking opportunities and allowing them to foster connections that can lead to career advancement.

An MBA for the Digital Era

Few MBA programs consider how rapidly the data revolution has changed the ways managers recognize opportunities and identify trends. This innovative STEM MBA is taught by faculty who understand the traditional managerial toolkit — marketing, strategy and finance — must be complemented by skills in technology and analytics to create success.

Your MBA courses will feature applied exercises that prepare you to be a leader who is capable of making fast, data-supported decisions. MBA coursework emphasizes collaboration through group projects and presentations and develops your creativity and critical thinking skills through the incorporation of new analytical tools and the latest research insights. 

*A STEM-designated program allows students from outside of the U.S. to be eligible for a 24-month extension of their Optional Practical Training (OPT).

MBA Core Courses

About The M.E. In Mechanical Engineering Program

Whether you plan to pursue a terminal degree or advance your career in industry, the Stevens mechanical engineering master’s program will point you toward success.

At Stevens—the first institution in the country to offer a mechanical engineering degree—you’ll develop both fundamental knowledge in basic concepts and a science-based understanding of current and emerging/future technologies and applications spanning the broad mechanical engineering discipline. You’ll work with expert faculty who will train you to position emerging technologies, lead high-quality product development and manage projects with exacting standards.

When you graduate, you’ll be ready to thrive in the automotive, medical device, additive manufacturing, renewable energy, robotics and automation, power generation and aerospace industries—among many others.

Degree Requirements

The program is a 30-credit degree program. Students are required to complete:

  • 2 core courses (6 credits)

  • at least 4 courses (12 credits) from any one of the seven concentrations below

  • 4 courses (12 credits) of electives including: 

    • no more than 2 non-ME graduate courses


  • Manufacturing

  • Medical Devices

  • Micro/Nano Systems

  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

  • Product Design

  • Robotics & Control

  • Thermal, Fluids, Energy

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