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Bachelor's Degree in Engineering Management

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Bachelor of Engineering


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Organizations today need technical leaders who have a wide range of knowledge and expertise in engineering, technology and business operations. As one of the first universities in the world to offer an engineering management (EM) program, the Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in engineering management degree at Stevens prepares students to be successful leaders in the technology driven industries that are the main stay of the 21st century economy.

Through an integrated curriculum taught by an award-winning faculty, the engineering management bachelor's degree program combines a strong engineering core with training in data analysis and visualization, process and project management, engineering design, systems integration, and managerial economics. The program prepares students for careers that involve the complex interplay of technology, data, organizations and economics. Students are empowered to become decision makers who are able to engineer solutions for complex management problems.

The program offers students with ample opportunities to work on 'real-world' assignments, and gain practical experience through the cooperative education program and the senior design project. During senior year, students are eligible to take the Engineer In Training (EIT) exam. Upon graduating, students are well prepared to work effectively at the interface of engineering and management and have the necessary skills to develop and lead high-quality, cost-efficient, technically complex systems, products and process. Our graduates are highly successful in securing top positions in high technology domains such as financial services, manufacturing, energy, telecommunications, construction, information technology, consulting and healthcare.


  • Systems Engineering

  • Financial Engineering

The Stevens Advantage: Hands-On Learning, Real World Experience

At Stevens, you’ll learn to think like an engineer. Our design-focused curriculum features a hands-on course every semester that will instill you with broad, foundational knowledge, the complete fundamentals of engineering, and entrepreneurial thinking. Learn more about what makes an engineering education from Stevens a unique experience:

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  • The Design Spine: a unique, design-focused, hands-on course every semester that incorporates entrepreneurial thinking and experiential learning, culminating with Senior Design, a team capstone project working on prototypes for real business problems, potentially in collaboration with a real company

  • Innovation Expo: an exciting design and entrepreneurship competition where students showcase their senior design prototypes and pitch business ideas

  • Engineering Cooperative Education Program: nearly 30% of all engineering students participate in Stevens’ Cooperative Education Program where you get on-the-job experience working for real companies

  • State-of-the-Art Research Labs and Facilities: build, tinker and test your designs in Stevens' MakerCenter, Prototype and Object Fabrication Lab, or numerous other research facilities

  • Undergraduate Research Opportunities: our research-oriented curriculum gives you in-the-lab experience while you're still an undergraduate student

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An ABET Accredited Program

The Bachelor of Engineering in Engineering Management program is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET),

Putting You on Track for Professional Success

Attila with male student at Career Fair The engineering management bachelor's program develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put you on track for a highly flexible and successful career path. Career opportunities include:

  • Project Manager

  • Data Analyst

  • Production Supervisor

  • Information and Operations Specialist

  • Logistics Manager

  • Systems Engineer or Analyst

  • Industrial Engineer

  • Quality Assurance Engineer

  • Business and Technology Analyst

Potential hiring organizations include companies like: Ernst & Young, Accenture, Johnson & Johnson, United States Army, ExxonMobil, AT&T, Anheuser Busch, Amazon

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