The Stevens MBA is as much about flexibility as it is advancing your career. The program was designed primarily for part-time students, whether they prefer to take classes on campus or complete their assignments and attend lectures virtually. If you're passionate about the role technology plays in business and are willing to work hard to break into management, you'll find the Stevens program rewarding for its emphasis on applied learning and better decision-making through analytics.

Experience recommended

Students in the MBA program are taught to think critically about the integration of technology into business.
The MBA program at Stevens allows students to take a deeper dive into one of five crucial areas in modern business and management.

Many MBA programs require little to no experience, and in fact attract undergraduate applicants who have yet to complete their bachelor's degrees. While experience is not a requirement of the part-time Stevens MBA, it is generally recommended that students have at least two years of full-time professional experience, to equip them for high-level class discussions. Candidates with significant experience are invited to consider the EMBA program, designed for professionals with at least five years’ experience.

To be considered, students must include the following with their applications:

  • Two letters of recommendation.
  • Official transcript from each academic institution attended.
  • Official conferment of your bachelor’s degree.
  • An up-to-date résumé.
  • Competitive GMAT or GRE score.
  • Competitive TOEFL score (international students only).

Location advantage

Stevens’ proximity to industry of all kinds — finance, media, accounting, technology and so on — in New York creates endless opportunity for companies to meet our students through guest lectures, seminars, class projects, special events and networking sessions. Those same professionals also closely engage our faculty on research, creating a benefit for our MBA students, who gain firsthand exposure to this cutting-edge research. Companies also visit to recruit our students, who are recognized by employers like Johnson & Johnson, Goldman Sachs, Verizon and Stryker as being bright, tech-savvy, valuable professionals whose education prepares them to immediately take on high-level assignments.