The Master of Science in Socio-Technical Systems provides students with the ability to analyze and model such systems, design policies and strategies for their sustainable management and propose ways for their continuous improvement.
Ph.D. Program in Socio-Technical Systems
The Stevens Ph.D. program in socio-technical systems is designed as an in-depth research degree that trains scholars and visionaries seeking to explore new systems-centric paradigms for the 21st century. Its goal is create a cadre of highly capable and entrepreneurial scholars whose research interests and contributions are tightly coupled with real-world needs and practices. This is the first and currently only such degree in the United States. Similar programs include: the Engineering Systems Ph.D. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Engineering and Public Policy program at Carnegie Melon University.