Immediate real-world use
"The interviewers asked me about how I could apply my classes at work — which was the easiest question they could have asked, because all my Stevens classes emphasize real-world application."
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.
Students in the B&T program tend to be very entrepreneurial in nature, often taking on wide-ranging duties for small companies — or even starting their own. This is a degree program 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; they have successfully launched Kickstarter campaigns to create businesses and taken management-level positions in international offices for global financial services companies. Many students also work as business and technology consultants.