|Disciplinary Graduate Programs|
The Graduate Programs educate professionals to advance in technology-based organizations and enable scholars, through their research, to explore the frontiers of their disciplines. The graduate programs also aim to impart many of the same non-technical competencies as those of the undergraduate curriculum in recognition of their importance for success at all levels in organizations. The environment for research is structured to engage faculty and students, both graduate and undergraduate, in the spectrum from knowledge creation to technology development through to commercial realization. Research is a key part of the mission of the School.
The displinary programs offered at the Schaefer School of Engineering are:
- Civil Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Mangement
- Environmental Engineering
- Materials Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Ocean Engineering
- Systems Engineering
|Part-time/Online Graduate Programs|
In addition to a full-time graduate population of students pursuing Master's and PhD degrees, Stevens offers an extensive range of part-time graduate programs ideally suited to the working professional. Many of these are offered at off-campus venues convenient to students, including corporate sites. Typically these classes are given in person by faculty traveling to the off-campus site; in some instances effective distance-learning technologies are exploited. Web-based delivery is rapidly growing through our WebCampus Program, allowing an even more flexible and convenient route for the busy professional to upgrade his or her knowledge.
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