Big data is a big deal. According to a leading consultancy, the United States faces a current shortage of 140,000 to 190,000 professionals with deep analytical skills — and a shortage of as many as 1.5 million managers and analysts who can analyze big data and make strategic decisions.

Stevens understands how data analytics and data visualization hold the keys to optimizing enterprise, from finance to marketing to IT, operations research, planning and management.

Our faculty and students explore the management, mining and visualization of big data to produce valuable and actionable new predictive insight. We produce original research across the many disciplines that span data science and engineering, including computer science; cybersecurity; analytics on social media, videos and imagery, medical data, environmental data and many areas of engineering; business intelligence; data mining; and quantitative finance, working to discover and deploy applications that tackle large-scale societal challenges such as disaster response.

Stevens is also home to the IEEE History Center, an important repository of computing and scientific history and discovery.

We offer a variety of degree and certificate programs related to data research and engineering, supporting the analytic and computational needs of an increasingly digital workforce. Please explore our research and academic offerings to learn more about how Stevens leverages big data to create new insights.

Collaborators

Accenture

Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

NYC Department of Mental Health & Hygiene