Systems & Software

21st century complex systems require engineers that have the technical knowledge to design them, understand and manage them through their entire lifecycle, and seamlessly integrate them with the physical world. At the School of Systems & Enterprises, the Systems & Software Division offers academic programs that prepares students to architect, design and manage high-confidence complex systems, which tightly integrate the computing, communication and physical elements of the system. 

We provide our graduates with an education built upon existing technical and engineering foundations, and work experiences, with in-depth studies in business, management, systems engineering, software engineering, and embedded systems.

The Systems & Software Division includes graduate degree programs in: 

Career Areas & Opportunities

On graduation Stevens students are exceptionally well prepared for careers of increasing responsibility across a broad range of industries including defense, healthcare, technology, business, finance, manufacturing and information systems.

Sample Job titles include:

  • Systems Architect
  • Systems Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Lead Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Logistics Operation Manager
Top hiring firms include:
  • Accenture
  • AT&T
  • Cisco
  • IBM
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Verizon

Message from Division Director

We strive to produce technical leaders who apply a systems approach to navigate and manage complex systems and enterprises, and who can address systems integration, life cycle issues and systems thinking at the system, system of system and enterprise levels.

Professor Ralph Giffin, Vice Provost, Strategic Initiatives Director,
Systems Division (A)

 

 

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