Value of the Stevens network
Joyce Pegler got multiple internship offers, and chose PwC after reaching out to Stevens alumni.
The Business & Technology (B&T) major exposes students to key business disciplines through the strong technology-focused lens for which Stevens is known, giving them a powerful head start in landing their dream jobs.
Students select a business concentration in one of five areas — finance, marketing, information systems, economics or international business. Technology training is reinforced through a separate concentration that trains students in highly specialized areas using curriculum outside the business school in a number of fields, from engineering and science to humanities. Examples of the technology concentrations include Computer Science, Biotechnology, Green Technology and History of Technology.
Students complete the B&T major with a thorough understanding of how technology can be leveraged to think differently about problems and opportunities in any industry.
The B&T major is the kind of program that can only exist at a place like Stevens, with its established history of leadership in technical fields like mechanical engineering and computer science. This is a major with lots of freedom and limitless potential: The skills Stevens teaches are excellent training for any discipline. Graduates have brought their knowledge to virtually every industry, from global financial services management to business and technology consulting, and many have pursued entrepreneurial ventures, either at small startups or at businesses of their own design.