|Across from New York City|
Located on the banks of the Hudson River across from mid-town Manhattan, the Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering & Science is dedicated to educating students to have the breadth and depth required to lead in their chosen profession in an environment replete with the excitement of new knowledge and technology creation.
Our mission confidently addresses the challenges facing engineering and science now and into the future yet remains true to the vision of the founders of Stevens Institute as one of the first dedicated engineering schools in the nation. Their vision was to provide education that would prepare leaders. A vision embodied by the Technogenesis environment which fosters the entrepreneurial orientation needed by our graduates as they enter the global economic workforce.
The success of our alumni provides abundant testimony to the strength of their vision and to the Stevens education which serves the state, nation and the world by graduating talented and broadly educated engineers and scientists, and by conducting innovative research that creates new knowledge and transitions this knowledge to the benefit of society via the creation of new technologies and processes.
The Schaefer School of Engineering & Science offers Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral degrees in various engineering and scientific disciplines for the traditional full time students as well as part time professionals.
|Stevens Institute of Technology|
Established in 1870, Stevens offers baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degrees in engineering, science, computer science, management and technology management, as well as a baccalaureate in the humanities and liberal arts, and in business and technology. The university has enrollments of 1,780 undergraduates and 2,600 graduate students.
The undergraduate curriculum is built on a multidisciplinary core in the applied sciences, computer science, business, engineering and the liberal arts, stressing the fundamental concepts, techniques and attitudes that underlie different branches of technology. This exposes students to a broad knowledge of several disciplines while giving them the opportunity to focus on a special interest, as well as adhere to a long-standing honor system. The graduate programs educate professionals to advance in industries increasingly influenced by technology and enable scholars to explore the frontiers of their disciplines. Research at Stevens strengthens education, and a scholarly and supportive community of faculty, students, staff, alumni, trustees and other friends fulfills the mission.
An extension of this collaboration is the concept of "Technogenesis," the educational frontier wherein faculty, students and colleagues in industry jointly nurture the process of conception, design and marketplace realization of new technologies. The implementation of Technogenesis enables the Institute to enter a new direction in the twenty-first century and to add a third dimension to the structure of higher education.
Master's, Certificate and
Chemical Engineering & Materials Science
Chemistry, Chemical Biology& Biomedical Engineering
Civil, Environmental & Ocean Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Physics & Engineering Physics
DHS National Center of Excellence for Secure and Resilient Maritime Commerce
Center for Environmental Systems
Center for Maritime Systems
Design & Manufacturing Institute
Highly Filled Materials Institute
NJ Center for Microchemical Systems
Center for Intelligent Networked Systems
Center for Innovation in Engineering & Science Education
Algebraic Cryptography Center
Center for the Advancement of Secure Systems and Information Assurance
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