Salary Information

Class of 2015

Each year members of the Senior class are contacted, and salary information is solicited to compile the Salary Survey, as of six months post-graduation. The Stevens Class of 2015 has an average starting salary of $66,600.

 

Lowest Accepted Salary

Highest Accepted Salary

Average Accepted Salary

Bachelor of Engineering

 Biomedical Engineering

$61,800

$63,000

$62,700

 Chemical Engineering

$40,000

$108,000

$73,000

 Civil/Environmental/Naval Engineering

$48,000

$105,000

$65,300

 Computer Engineering

$50,000

$90,000

$69,250

 Electrical Engineering

$52,000

$87,000

$66,700

 Engineering Management

$48,000

$80,000

$63,600

 Mechanical Engineering

$40,000

$102,000

$63,400

Bachelor of Science

 Business & Technology

$50,000

$115,000

$64,800

 Computer Science/CyberSecurity

$40,000

$110,000

$77,200

 Quantitative Finance

$60,000

$95,000

$71,400

TOTAL SURVEY

$40,000

$115,000

$66,600

 

Cooperative Education Salary Survey

In an effort to be transparent regarding student compensation, the Stevens Cooperative Education Program provides salary survey information. The information provided below is a summary of 2014 - 2015 salary data provided by Co-op employers from May 2014 to May 2015. Employers determine salaries. Students may not be paid as independent contractors (Form 1099). If you have any questions concerning salaries, please call us at 201-216-5166 to speak with a member of the team.

Overall:

  • 90% were paid from $12.80 - $31.50 per hour
  • The lowest salary was $12.00 per hour; the highest $35.00 per hour
  • The average salary was $17.14 per hour

Most Stevens Co-op students complete 4 or 5 work assignments. The following is what students were paid by work term:

 

Lowest Salary

Highest Salary

Average Salary

 

First work term 

90% were paid $13.00 - $23.63 per hour

$12.00 per hour

$26.25 per hour

$15.78 per hour

Second work term 

90% were paid $13.00 - $31.50 per hour

$12.00 per hour

$35.00 per hour

$17.32 per hour

Third work term 

90% were paid $13.50 - $29.85 per hour

$13.00 per hour

$33.17 per hour

$17.80 per hour

Fourth & Fifth work terms  

90% were paid $14.00 - $30.15 per hour

$14.00 per hour

$33.50 per hour

$20.54 per hour

 

Comments:

  • Salaries under $11.00 per hour are typically not competitive
  • Employers can pay above the pay ranges listed
  • Some employers use the number of academic semesters completed to determine Co-op salaries.
  • Some employers provide a salary increase when students return for a second or third work term.

Internship Salaries

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