School of Business
School of Business Soars in U.S. News Rankings
In the latest rankings of "Best Business Schools" in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, the Stevens School of Business rose significantly from number 77 last year to number 53 on the list.
The School of Business is accredited by AACSB International, considered the gold standard among business schools. AACSB International is the world's largest business education alliance; less than 5 percent of business schools worldwide are accredited by this prestigious organization.
Recent survey says Stevens’ alumni who work in marketing have the 17th-highest average salary in the nation.
A recent report by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce ranked a bachelor’s degree from the Stevens School of Business number 12 in the nation — and highest in New Jersey — for economic return, while a master’s from Stevens Business ranked number 14.
10 Minutes Away from NYC
Located across the Hudson River from Manhattan, Stevens students enjoy living in the safe and intimate town of Hoboken, NJ while getting all the big city benefits of NYC - internship opportunities in any industry, and world-class cultural amenities including Broadway, museums, concerts, fashion, restaurants and endless more that make life here so interesting.
Meet our students
From attentive professors to Hoboken coffee shops to learning about the latest technologies like machine learning, see why our students love the Stevens School of Business.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Education is an investment into your future. We'll work with you to make it accessible and help you manage the financial aid process.
Hanlon Financial Systems Center
The Hanlon Financial Systems Center is unique in a university setting for its use of the same technological tools used by major Wall Street firms. You can become a master in using the Bloomberg terminals and Wharton Research Data Services and gain valuable skills related to programming, databases, writing, parallel computing and more.
Crafting the future of fintech
Students have the opportunity to work with faculty and industry members at the Center for Research toward Advancing Financial Technologies – CRAFT – a joint venture between Stevens and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Supported by the National Science Foundation, CRAFT dives into research on AI, cryptocurrencies, decentralized finance, quantum computing, cybersecurity, green finance and many other technologies affecting the fintech industry.