The last five years has been a time of extraordinary transformation for the School of Business at Stevens.

Dr. Gregory Prastacos with Stevens business students.
The leadership of Dr. Gregory Prastacos, third from right, has helped the School of Business break new ground in enrollments, career placement and research.

New undergraduate and graduate programs have been created, enrollments have increased, new faculty have been hired, research output has improved and, of greatest significance, the School of Business became accredited by AACSB International in May 2015. 

The school's progress has been the result of a strategic plan prioritizing the school's teaching and research activities around the areas of greatest needs in industry — specifically, the data revolution and the greater sophistication and efficiency it offers to managers who understand how to make smarter, faster judgment calls based on analytics. The School of Business also leverages Stevens' legacy of innovation and problem solving, and an incredible location on the Hudson River across Manhattan, to work directly with industry and ensure research insights and academic programs are immediately applicable in the workplace. 

School of Business by the Numbers

Taking the long view

The School of Business has enjoyed steady growth between 2012 and 2017, adding programs and faculty, expanding research, and creating new facilities to better prepare tomorrow's leaders for the technology-driven challenges they'll face. 

Selected faculty hiring since 2012

Classes that create value

Five years of progress

Dean's report cover

Stevens means business

The Dean's Report of the School of Business summarizes five years of incredible progress in increasing enrollment, adding sought-after faculty, improving student retention, helping students get the jobs they want after graduating, and conducting and disseminating breakthrough research — all the result of a strong leadership team and close adherence to a strategic growth plan.

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