MBA and M.E. or M.S. in Electrical Engineering Dual Degree Master’s Program
The dual degree teaches you the skills to engineer new developments in areas like robotics, internet security, and wireless networking while enabling you to become a data-driven strategic leader.
You will be well-positioned to lead innovation initiatives, combining your technical knowledge in electrical engineering with strategic business thinking to drive technological advancements within organizations. Choose from a Master of Science degree involving research or a Master of Engineering degree which does not.
Specialized Skillset: Acquire the skillset to excel in roles that integrate technical considerations with market needs and business strategy.
Innovation: Leverage your engineering expertise to create innovative products and business knowledge to navigate the market landscape.
Leadership: Develop a foundation for contributing to corporate strategy, ensuring that technology initiatives align with the overall goals and vision of the organization.
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About The Stevens MBA Program
Few MBA programs consider how rapidly the data revolution has changed the ways managers recognize opportunities and identify trends. This innovated 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).
About The M.S. Or M.E. In Electrical Engineering Program
In the electrical engineering master's program, you'll learn how to engineer new developments in areas like robotics, internet security and wireless networking that transform society.
Our graduate students gain hands-on experience through cutting edge research projects funded by the National Science Foundation, Air Force Research Laboratory, Office of Naval Research and various private organizations.
The program is a 30-credit degree program. Students are required to complete:
1 mathematical foundation course (3 credits)
4 core courses in their majors/programs (12 credits)
3 concentration courses in a chosen concentration (9 credits)
2 elective courses (6 credits)
Robotics and Automated Systems
Microelectronics and Photonics