Hone your leadership skills while deepening your technical knowledge in a dual master's degree program with the Schaefer School of Engineering and Science and the Stevens School of Business.
Regardless of your career plans beyond completion of your technical master’s degree, you will at some point be working for or with a business — whether the Fortune 500, a small startup or your own venture. Getting your MBA can add value to your technical expertise and open new doors to a career in upper-level management.
The Stevens MBA rounds out your technical skills by teaching you to speak the “language of business” — marketing, finance, accounting, operations and strategy — so that you better understand how your work contributes to the growth of the enterprise and can communicate with, and advocate for, professionals across the business.
Courses in leader development, creative collaboration and business analytics will prepare you to become a change agent whose scientific and business perspectives make you an invaluable problem solver. Upon graduating with a dual degree from Stevens, you’ll be able to translate advanced technical ideas into smart business recommendations that C-level executives can understand and get behind.
How it works
The dual degree program allows you to earn two graduate degrees in two years, and includes time during the summer to pursue an internship, if desired. Through this program, you complete both degrees with just 57 credits, instead of the 78 that would otherwise be required.
Students enrolled in one of the graduate degree programs below may apply to the Stevens MBA at any time during their studies. However, it is strongly advised that you apply before taking elective or concentration courses, as your degree can be structured to allow those courses to count toward your MBA.
Contact the MBA program director to learn more about how the process works.
Dual Degree Programs
For more information about individual programs, visit the program page below. For specific information about the MBA portion of the dual degree, visit the Stevens School of Business.