The cure for the common MBA
Stevens works with Pfizer to provide leadership skills to technical employees who aspire to climb the ranks at the global life sciences company.
The School of Business at Stevens Institute of Technology employs a cross-disciplinary approach to graduate and undergraduate education, emphasizing management training with an emphasis on the opportunities possible through analytics and technology.
As a result, graduates of Stevens business programs are prepared to lead people, projects and technology policy at companies in any industry. The School of Business is incredibly successful at placing students after graduation, and many alumni have gone on to earn impressive promotions and enjoy rewarding careers in business.
Academic programs at the School of Business combine Stevens’ heritage of innovation with classes that challenge students to apply their learning to actual problems faced in the real world, creating graduates who are able to use analytics and quantitative methods to improve strategy, solve problems, make effective decisions and seize new opportunities. The School of Business, which is accredited by AACSB, offers seven undergraduate majors, nine master’s programs and a doctoral degree.
Research at the School of Business pushes the forefront of knowledge in critical areas like finance, leadership, entrepreneurship, and decision sciences and analytics, with an eye toward practical application in industry. The university's location, just across the river from New York City, helps facilitate the relationships between executives and faculty that make such partnerships possible.