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Stevens Online Blog: Insights, Inspiration and Information

Stevens Online education blogs are excellent resources for current and prospective students and professionals looking to stay up-to-date on the latest industry developments supported by our programs.

Through our blog, you can access in-depth articles, interviews and other resources that provide valuable insights into the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in today’s rapidly-changing business, technology and engineering landscapes. Whether you are considering enrolling in one of our programs, want to explore a new career path or deepen your knowledge in your current field, the Stevens online blog is an excellent source of information and inspiration for you to take advantage of.

data science
April 25, 2022
The 2.5 quintillion bytes of data people generate every day are a valuable source of valuable insights. Organizations are investing accordingly, and IDC predicts the data science market will be worth $274 billion by the end of 2022. However, the buzz surrounding data science, artificial intelligence and predictive analytics has prompted some employment analysts and technologists to suggest […]
engineering management degree
April 21, 2022
Engineers are behind many of history’s most significant innovations. From developing safer automobiles to perfecting the first spacecraft, engineers have toiled away behind the scenes doing the creative thinking, designing and building that allowed humanity to reach its loftiest goals, with the help of an engineering management degree. Today, engineers in the six major branches […]
engineering management vs. mba: Four students converse while sitting at a table with open laptops and notebooks
April 7, 2022
In the past, ambitious engineers typically chose between two distinct academic and advancement pathways. Some would earn a master’s in engineering to qualify for senior-level engineering roles such as principal engineer. Others would earn a Master of Business Administration (MBA) to become engineering managers. Engineering Management vs. MBA: Today, engineers who want to leverage their […]
coding bootcamp : Hands typing on a laptop
April 4, 2022
Coding bootcamps are a fairly new phenomenon. Steven Hunter has been fascinated with computers since the late 1990s. His middle school offered a limited lineup of computer science classes, but that could not stop him from learning all he could. Once he exhausted the computer-focused elective options offered by his school, Hunter started taking apart computers, […]
engineering management requirements :Two colleagues sit at a table in an open office, looking at a laptop screen open in front of them
January 5, 2022
Engineering Management Requirements: Traditionally, engineers and managers stayed in their own lanes. The former solved complicated technical challenges. The latter tackled issues related to operational performance, administration and planning. That dynamic is changing as technologies such as artificial intelligence automate more processes across industries. Today, staying competitive in engineering requires not only technical skills but […]
Professional photo of Kirill Prokrym : c-suite-executives
December 8, 2021
C-Suite Executives: Once, all roads led to Rome. These days, it seems they all lead to careers in data science. The big data deluge of the twenty-first century has created opportunities for strategic data analysis in every digitized field — which, in this digital era, means practically every profession. That’s why data science programs attract […]
managing engineers : A professional headshot close up of Stevens instructor Carlo Lipizzi
December 3, 2021
With a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering, Carlo Lipizzi understands the theory and technology underlying modern computing, particularly in his specialization areas of machine learning and natural language processing. As a Stevens Institute of Technology instructor, Lipizzi also recognizes the need to highlight the practical applications of these technologies. That’s what he does in his Online Master of Engineering […]
A zoomed-in image of a hand typing on a calculator
November 18, 2021
If you are already an experienced mid-career professional in advanced analytics, data science or a related role, you may not feel strongly driven to pursue graduate education. While 90 percent of data scientists have advanced degrees, there is still a global shortage of Big Data talent. Coupled with growing demand for data scientists, that talent shortage has […]
Source code on a computer screen : why computer science is important
November 10, 2021
Reza Peyrovian spent 25 years at Bell Labs, leading high-budget projects that produced hardware and software that still operates as part of the AT&T network. As an adjunct professor at Stevens Institute of Technology’s Charles V. Schaefer Jr. School of Engineering & Science, he’s helped develop their high-ranking online master’s program in computer science. We sat […]
An aerial view of a colorful, loaded cargo ship moving across the ocean : supply chain management
November 8, 2021
Supply chain sustainability is a vital but exceedingly complicated element of corporate responsibility. Creating supply chains that are both economically and environmentally sustainable is challenging because it involves so much more than simply implementing green procurement strategies that support the traditional bottom line. Engineering managers who want to foster sustainability can run into numerous roadblocks […]