Kevin Storms '18
He came to grad school late, but his Stevens degree played a role in Kevin's most recent promotion at Verizon.
Few things have been as thoroughly disrupted by technology as the phone in your pocket.
The introduction of 5G is ushering in a wave of developments in the internet of things, virtual reality and other enhanced broadband services. This is a revolution not just in telecommunications, but in all businesses, which will take advantage of more robust networks to provide innovative serves to customers.
At Stevens, the master’s in Network & Communication Management & Services evolved from the Telecommunications Management program, in recognition of the far-reaching impact of improving wireless and broadband network technologies as corporate change agents. This program challenges you to explore concepts such as 5G mobile wireless, software-defined networks, network function virtualization, IoT, cybersecurity, data analytics, computer science, electrical engineering, information systems and management. This degree is ideal for both experienced telecommunications professionals as well as recent undergraduates interested in pursuing a career in the networking and services industry.
This STEM program is offered in hybrid format — most classes have a combination of on-campus and online students, with recorded lectures for maximum convenience. Many students complete the program entirely online through the robust WebCampus platform, creating a truly immersive environment, both in the classroom and around the world.