Whether planning for future growth of the enterprise or just accomplishing daily goals and solving immediate problems, the challenges facing today’s manager are unlike any other. 

Dr. Adriana Madzharov speaks with a graduate student in the Babbio Center overlooking the New York City skyline.
One-on-one, nurturing relationships with faculty are a crucial concern of the School of Business.

Business disciplines have become increasingly interconnected, requiring a holistic view of how an organization functions. Technology has opened up huge opportunities to improve operations, and to develop new business models. Globalization has created a need to navigate diverse cultures and work with people on multiple continents. Big Data has changed how businesses anticipate customer demand and make decisions. Financial operations have come under intense scrutiny by regulators, who make increasingly complex demands upon companies. And a need to do more with less has put a premium on project management skills.

“The program allowed me to think more strategically, lead with emotional intelligence and build my confidence to interact with senior management.”

Stephen Fecho Jr., MBA '07, manager in the global procurement offices at Merck & Co.

At Stevens, we understand both the scope of these challenges and the ways technology can help savvy managers to create opportunities where others see only obstacles. We have a long history of working with managers and aspiring leaders to teach them how technology can be leveraged to improve decision-making, and we do so in a practical, hands-on fashion that you’ll be able to immediately apply in the workplace.

That's what sets our MBA programs apart. Whether you have limited experience in business or want a Saturday executive program, Stevens will help you secure the future you seek.

The advanced degree to advance your career

The Stevens MBA is available in two flavors.

Traditional MBA

The traditional MBA at the School of Business was designed with flexibility in mind. The program can be taken full-time on campus, part-time and online while working, or a combination of the two. Students get broad exposure to key business topics and also select a four-course concentration that allows them to develop deeper expertise in one of five areas: Business Intelligence & Analytics, Finance, Information Systems, Marketing or Project Management. Two years of work experience is strongly recommended.

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Executive MBA (EMBA)

The EMBA program was designed for the busy professional with at least five years of work experience. Coursework leverages students’ work experience to facilitate high-level discussion into critical management topics that help students earn promotions to leadership roles. Courses meet every other Saturday and are conducted in cohort fashion, to help forge networks and build teamwork skills. The EMBA also includes a leadership retreat experience and an international business study trip.

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