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Joyce Pegler got multiple internship offers, and chose PwC after reaching out to Stevens alumni.
Whether you believe leaders are born or made, this major will teach you to think like a tech-focused problem-solver who confidently manages people and projects.
The education offered in the Management program makes this a suitable degree for students with a general interest in business and management who are looking for exposure to a variety of industry categories to help them understand where their interests lie and how to take leadership roles in such fields. Common careers include business analyst, management consultant and project manager. You'll also benefit from a flexible curriculum that will give you insight on global leadership, project management, entrepreneurship and beyond.
Students who complete the Management major combine a broad business and technology skills set with the project and people management skills required of entry-level employees looking to prove they belong on the leadership track.
Faculty at Stevens understand that tomorrow's managers need to understand how to integrate technology-driven solutions into the fabric of the business. The curriculum of the Management program is designed not to just teach students the latest technology tools, but to think about the ways in which technology in general helps organizations accomplish goals. This creates savvy managers who understand which technologies serve actual needs for the enterprise, since they bring a larger perspective on technology to the business.