Masters Degree Programs

Stevens.WebCampus offers many different Masters Degree programs that provide students with cutting-edge knowledge and practical skills to enhance their career goals.

Taught by our award-winning faculty, you will benefit from their academic and industry experiences. In your courses you will learn current theory and applications, providing you the opportunity to apply course concepts in your everyday business objectives. In some Masters Degree programs, you can further customize your degree by specializing in a particular area or certificate, allowing you to align your academic path with your professional objectives.

For the master's degree, you must earn no less than 30 credits (36 for Management programs), of which 15 must be in your major department.



Stevens WebCampus offers the following Masters Degrees:
Computer Engineering Master'sMechanical Engineering Master's
Computer Science Master'sNetwork Information Systems Master's
Cybersecurity Master'sPharmaceutical Manufacturing Master's
Engineering Management Master'sService Oriented Computing Master's
Enterprise and Cloud Computing Master'sSoftware Engineering Master's
Enterprise Project Management Master'sSpace Systems Master's
Financial Engineering Master'sSystems Engineering Master's
Information Systems Master'sSystems Security Engineering Master's
Management MastersTelecommunications Management Masters


As an accepted Stevens student, you are assigned a faculty advisor who can offer advice and assistance with crafting a study plan. The study plan is a list of courses (core classes and electives) that best fits your needs while satisfying academic requirements.

While pursuing a Masters Degree, you may apply to enter the MBA program. The MBA program at Stevens has five tracks, or concentrations, that can be taken online. The credits earned for your Masters Degree can be applied towards the corresponding MBA track.

A maximum of six years is allowed for completion of the degree, unless an extension is granted by the Dean of Academic Administration.



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