In a business world that prizes technology, data and analytics, the traditional management toolkit is in danger of becoming outdated.

So we created a new kind of MBA.

The Analytics MBA at Stevens is a STEM program for recent college graduates who have studied a technical discipline, have limited professional experience and want to quickly earn an advanced degree to compete for exciting jobs at the world’s most prestigious companies — where, increasingly, even early-career work requires a master’s.

Here, faculty present traditional themes like strategy, marketing, finance and accounting through an analytical, problem-solving lens, with an emphasis on applying data-intensive methods to industry challenges. And the program’s structure encourages your personal and professional development through career support, mentorship and business immersion.

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Analytics MBA Program highlights

Students collaborate on a data-intensive project in the Hanlon Lab.

Applied emphasis

The Analytics MBA emphasizes project-based learning and applied sciences to ensure your comfort in demonstrating leadership skills at work after graduation. Cross-disciplinary courses will nurture both your technical and business skills, giving you a holistic view of the enterprise.

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Location advantage

Stevens’ proximity to New York creates endless opportunity for companies to meet our Analytics MBA students through guest lectures, seminars, class projects and networking sessions. Employers such as Johnson & Johnson, Goldman Sachs, Verizon and Boeing recognize Stevens students as being bright, tech-savvy, valuable professionals whose education prepares them to immediately take on high-level assignments.

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In good company

Analytics MBA graduate students are taught by faculty who’ve started their own businesses, led enterprise-scale projects and pioneered new ways of thinking about technology’s role in getting the job done. You’ll also be matched with an industry mentor who will provide coaching and guidance during your studies and beyond.

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Immersed in a high-tech environment

Stevens leverages its strengths as an engineering and science university to bring the latest technologies to its School of Business, with an emphasis on how these tools can be used to solve problems and make better decisions.