The Stevens Executive MBA is only available on a part-time basis. It is best suited for working professionals who are able to take classes on the Stevens campus every other Saturday, and takes less than three years to complete.
Because of the weekends-only nature of the program, the EMBA is considered a part-time degree. Therefore, applications are accepted on a rolling basis. While students can start the program in the spring or summer semesters, it is strongly recommended that new students enroll in the fall, so as to be fully immersed in the program's unique cohort experience.
To be considered for the Executive MBA, you must have at least five years of professional work experience. This is required to keep up with the demanding nature of your coursework. In addition to work experience, your completed application must include the following.
Because of the extensive work experience required for admission to this program, GMAT or GRE scores are not required. If you have taken either exam, you are encouraged to report your score, but it is not a requirement.
All candidates to this program are required to submit GMAT or GRE scores with their application; part-time applicants with work experience may be eligible to waive this requirement. Only students with excellent test scores will be deemed a fit for the coursework. However, it's important to keep in mind that your test scores are only one feature of your application, and will be considered along with your other credentials. Please use the following reporting codes to submit test scores to Stevens:
International students also must include TOEFL or IELTS scores along with their applications.
Your application must include official transcripts from all universities you have attended, or in which you are currently enrolled. These records must show your name, the name of the university attended, enrollment dates, coursework completed and grades assigned. Your bachelor's degree must be in science, mathematics, computer science, engineering or a related discipline. Your degree also must come from an accredited institution, and you must have attained a B average, to be considered.
Given the highly technical nature of this degree, students are required to have completed one semester of calculus and one semester of basic probability, hypothesis testing and estimation prior to starting the program. Stevens offers noncredit courses for students needing to satisfy this requirement.
Work experience is not a requirement for this master's program. However, the admissions committee values applicants with at least one year of professional experience. You must include a résumé with your application that highlights:
Work and internship experience.
Stevens often invites master's candidates to interview prior to making an admissions decision. If you are selected for an interview after submitting your application, you will receive instructions via email.