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Recognized as the No. 1 Online MBA in New Jersey since 2015 by U.S. News and World Report.


The Online Master of Business Administration at Stevens is an AACSB-accredited program that uniquely prepares students to succeed by fostering the right combination of analytical and emotional intelligence and emphasizing the complex technologies which drive businesses forward. Led by industry-leading faculty engaged with top-tier organizations, Stevens’ part-time online program offers tailored leadership development, seven concentrations that augment a general management education with specialized expertise, individualized career services and two on-site immersions in New York City with industry leaders and business executives.

As an Online MBA student, you’ll build upon your foundational managerial toolkit with the following:

Enhanced data literacy and analytics expertise to make fast, data-driven decisions

Creative skill-building opportunities to help you work towards innovative solutions

Marketing, strategic and operations management skills that are central to every business unit in every industry

Leadership development to better manage resources, inspire teams and foster growth

Networking and experiential learning opportunities with industry leaders in New York City



FALL 2024: September 9, 2024


  • 39-48 Credit Hours
  • 13-16 Courses
  • 7 Concentrations
  • 100% Online Courses
  • 2 Immersions in the NYC Region
  • 2.5-3 Year Completion Time*

*Total time to complete the program may vary based on the number of credits taken each semester.


You’ll have the option to choose from the following seven in-demand concentrations to develop additional business expertise:

Business Intelligence & Analytics


Financial Analytics

Financial Engineering

Information Systems

Project Management

Sustainability Management



100% of MBA graduates in the Class of 2022 accepted job offers within three months of graduating.1

No. 15


Ranked No. 15 among “Best Value Colleges” By Payscale (2024).2

No. 1


Stevens’ Online MBA has been ranked No. 1 in New Jersey since 2015 (U.S. News & World Report, 2024).

No. 14


Stevens ranked No. 14 among top business schools for economic return by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce (2022).2

Top 20


Ranked among the top private schools for best career placement by the Princeton Review (2024).

1 Based on data from 82% of the 2021-2022 full-time program graduates.
2 Based on the cost of a four-year bachelor’s degree program.


The Stevens Online MBA program prepares you for many leadership roles in companies based in New York City and other business hubs across the country. NYC is one of the top-paying regions for management professionals — financial managers in the greater metropolitan area, for instance, earn about $230,000 annually.1 It’s also the region hiring the greatest number of management professionals — the area employs over 190,000 general and operations managers.2

The outlook for management positions is very positive. Some, like financial managers, are projected to grow much faster than average. Employment of financial managers is forecast to grow by 17% between now and 2031 (with around 71,300 openings each year).3 Others, like sales managers, track the national job growth rate.4 An online MBA from Stevens provides students with transferable skills valuable in any industry and prepares them for professional success throughout their careers.

According to data from the labor market analytics experts at Lightcast, a skills gap exists among MBA occupations, resulting in a demand for graduates with finance, accounting, project management, auditing and data analysis skills. Our comprehensive curriculum and specialized concentrations focus on these essential and highly sought-after skills, preparing you for professional success in your chosen field.

1 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2023.
2 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2023.
3 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2023.
4 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2023.


Earning an online MBA prepares you for career paths in management-level roles across industries. 

Prospective Occupations for Online MBA Graduates

Job Title
Median Annual Earnings
Job Title Executive Director
Employed 280,000
Median Annual Earnings $189,520
Job Title Marketing Manager
Employed 328,570
Median Annual Earnings $158,280
Job Title Controller
Employed 792,600
Median Annual Earnings $139,790
Job Title Financial Manager
Employed 792,600
Median Annual Earnings $139,790
Job Title Sales Manager
Employed 554,700
Median Annual Earnings $130,600
Job Title Human Resources Manager
Employed 191,600
Median Annual Earnings $130,000
Job Title General or Operations Manager
Employed 3,376,680
Median Annual Earnings $122,860
Job Title Financial Analyst
Employed 376,100
Median Annual Earnings $96,220
Job Title Project Manager
Employed 881,300
Median Annual Earnings $95,370
Job Title Business Intelligence Analyst
Employed 987,600
Median Annual Earnings $95,290

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2023.


The Stevens Online MBA program curriculum is structured to ensure your studies are closely aligned to your professional aspirations. The coursework emphasizes collaboration through group projects and presentations and helps you develop your creativity and critical thinking skills. You’ll gain the knowledge and tools to speak the language of business, and leverage analytics and insights to improve decision making at technology-driven organizations across industries. 


Foundational courses should be completed in advance of pursuing a concentration. Courses may be waived based on academic history and previous coursework completed.

This course will develop accounting analysis useful for managerial decision-making purposes. Topics will include an introduction to elements of financial accounting, cost-profit-volume analysis, manufacturing costs and elements of cost accounting, special decision analysis, budgeting, variances, and controllability and responsibility accounting.

This course covers the fundamental principles of finance. The primary concepts covered include the time value of money, principles of valuation and risk. Specific applications include the valuation of debt and equity securities as well as capital budgeting analysis, financial manager’s functions, liquidity vs. profitability, financial planning, capital budgeting, management of long term funds, money and capital markets, debt and equity, management of assets, cash and accounts receivable, inventory and fixed assets. Additional topics include derivative markets.

This course introduces managers to the essence of business economics — the theories, concepts and ideas that form the economist’s tool kit encompassing both the microeconomic and macroeconomic environments. Microeconomic topics include demand and supply, elasticity, consumer choice, production, cost, profit maximization, market structure, and game theory while the macroeconomic topics will be GDP, inflation, unemployment, aggregate demand, aggregate supply, fiscal and monetary policies. In addition, the basic concepts in international trade and finance will be discussed.


Project success depends, largely, on the human side. Success in motivating project workers, organizing and leading project teams, communication and sharing information, and conflict resolution, are just a few areas that are critical for project success. However, being primarily technical people, many project managers tend to neglect these “soft” issues, assuming they are less important or that they should be addressed by direct functional managers. The purpose of this course is to increase awareness of project managers to the critical issues of managing people and to present some of the theories and practices of leading project workers and teams.

This course explores data-driven methods that are used to analyze and solve complex business problems. Students will acquire analytical skills in building, applying and evaluating various models with hands-on computer applications. Topics include descriptive statistics, time-series analysis, regression models, decision analysis, Monte Carlo simulation, and optimization models.


The study of marketing principles from the conceptual, analytical, and managerial points of view. Topics include: strategic planning, market segmentation, product life-cycle, new product development, advertising and selling, pricing, distribution, governmental, and other environmental influences as these factors relate to markets and the business structure.

This course is intended to integrate all previously taken courses in the program by presenting a set of increasingly complex business problems. These problems can be solved through analytic skills taught in this course and previous courses. In particular, the course is intended to reinforce the understanding of analysis as a way to build models that can focus attention on parts of the system that can be improved through intervention. The early part of the course uses synthetic data and empirical data readily available for analysis. The second part of the course encourages students to state and solve their own problem, gathering their own data as a part of the analytic process.


This course covers the general area of management of operations, both manufacturing and non-manufacturing. The focus of the course is on productivity and total quality management. Topics include quality control and quality management, systems of inventory control, work and materials scheduling, and process management.

Executives make decisions every day in the face of uncertainty. The objective of this course is to help students understand how decisions are made, why they are often less than optimal, and how decision-making can be improved. This course will contrast how managers do make decisions with how they should make decisions, by thinking about how “rational” decision makers should act, by conducting in-class exercises and examining empirical evidence of how individuals do act (often erroneously) in managerial situations. The course will include statistical tools for decision-making, as well as treatment of the psychological factors involved in making decisions.


In this course, students will evaluate and create their own prospective business strategies. They will develop an understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation in starting and growing a business venture. Students will be given an opportunity to actually start their own business or create a business in their company by learning how to take advantage of the new order of business opportunities of the information age. This course’s main objective is to show students how to identify these opportunities, be able to formulate and evaluate both qualitatively and quantitatively whether the opportunity is worth pursuing, and, of course, how it may be pursued. Actual case studies and experiences will be intertwined with the course content.

An interdisciplinary course which examines the elements of, and the framework for, developing and implementing organizational strategy and policy in competitive environments. The course analyzes management problems both from a technical-economic perspective and from a behavioral perspective. Topics treated include: assessment of organizational strengths and weaknesses, threats, and opportunities; sources of competitive advantage; organizational structure and strategic planning; and leadership, organizational development, and total quality management. The case method of instruction is used extensively in this course.


Terms 5 and 6 are elective-only; see Concentrations for course options.


The Stevens Online MBA curriculum includes four elective courses, giving you the flexibility to explore a discipline in depth or further round out your studies. You can choose to pursue one of the degree concentrations, each of which is aligned with a distinct area of need in industry, or take elective courses across the concentrations.

Business Intelligence & Analytics

Covers marketing analytics techniques such as segmentation, positioning, and forecasting, which form the cornerstone of marketing strategy in industry. Students will work on cases and data from real companies, analyze the data, and learn to present their conclusions and make strategic recommendations.

Introduces the tactical and strategic issues surrounding the design and operation of supply chains, to develop supply chain analytical skills for solving real life problems. Topics covered include: supplier analytics, capacity planning, demand-supply matching, sales and operations planning, location analysis and network management, inventory management and sourcing.

This course focuses on network concepts, including graph-theoretic fundamentals, centrality, cohesion, affiliations, equivalence and roles, as well as design issues, including data sampling and hypothesis testing. Another focus of this course is on marketing applications of social network analysis — in particular, the use of knowledge about network properties and behavior, such as hubs and paths, the robustness of the network, and information cascades — to better broadcast products and search targets.

Theoretical and practical aspects of risk assessment and management will be covered. Major topics include: Importance of innovation and technological changes in current competitive environment, risk and uncertainty, decision trees, binomial methods and derivation of Black-Scholes option pricing formula, extension of option methodology to non-financial (real) options, VAR (value at risk), a framework of risk assessment, and several real-world case studies.


This course addresses the fundamentals of venture capital, which includes the venture capital industry, the structure of venture capital firms and venture capital investments. It addresses in some detail the relationship between venture risk and return, the cost of venture capital and the valuation of high growth companies. The course covers a variety of valuation methods as well as analysis of company capital structure or “cap tables.”Students use software tools to determine the value of stocks, options and special features of preferred stock. Topics related to the finance of innovation and the relationship between strategy and venture finance are also covered. Lessons learned are reinforced through case analyses and real examples from the industry.

This course takes a practical approach to managing investments. It covers a wide variety of investment vehicles ranging from pure equity and debt offerings to complex derivatives and options. Various investment strategies are presented, which focus on the different fundamental approaches and tactics used by leading investors to achieve their financial goals. The course also focuses on investment styles, including momentum, growth, income, asset allocation and vulture investing. Students participate in real-time simulation experiences to create viable portfolios of stocks, bonds and other investments, while tracking their performance against the overall market and the class on a weekly basis.

This course covers the fundamentals of financial derivatives, including the basic properties and the pricing of futures, options and swaps. It also explores trading and hedging strategies involving financial derivatives. Special topics, such as exotic options and credit derivatives, are explored. The course provides the foundation of financial derivatives and lays the ground for a rigorous risk management course and other advanced quantitative courses, such as stochastic finance.

Topics covered in this course include: leverage on the balance sheet and weighted average cost of capital; bankruptcy, turnarounds, and recapitalizations; international currency hedging; stock options; private equity valuation; mergers and acquisitions; and the issuance of public and private securities.

Financial Analytics

This course is designed to teach students the nature and availability of the financial data available at Stevens. The focus of the course will be on equity, futures, FX, options, swaps, CDSs, interest rate swaps, etc. They will learn how to use a Bloomberg terminal. As part of the course the students will be certified in the 4 areas that Bloomberg offers certification. We will cover the Thomson-Reuters Tick history data and basics of using this data. The course also introduces basics of applied statistics. Bloomberg terminal access will be required for any student taking the course on the web.

In this course, students will learn the basics of the open-source programming language R using financial data and applications. Basic statistical knowledge is required to complete the course. Upon completion, students will be able to use R for assignments and research using data in finance.

This course is a primer on Python (language syntax, data structures, basic data processing, Python functions, modules and classes). The remainder of the course covers open-source Python tools relevant to solving financial programming problems. There will be reading assignments of the corresponding chapters in the textbook and additional materials will be provided.

This course will provide an overview of issues and trends in data quality, data storage, data scrubbing, data flows and data encryption. Topics will include data abstractions and integration, enterprise-level data issues, data management issues with collection, warehousing, preprocessing, and querying. Furthermore, the Hadoop based programming framework for big data issues will be introduced along with any governance and policy issues. Corequisite: FE 513

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The course provides a practical introduction to SQL databases and Hadoop cluster systems. Students will receive hands-on instruction about setting up and working with databases. Most of the software will be introduced using case studies or demonstrations, followed by a lecture of related fundamental knowledge. The course covers SQL, NoSQL and database management systems. The course will cover accessing databases using API.

This course deals with financial technology underlying activities of markets, institutions and participants. The overriding purpose is to develop end-to-end business decision-making data analytics tools along with enterprise-level systems thinking. Statistical learning algorithms will be connected to financial objects identification and authentication along with the appropriate databases to create enterprise level financial services analytics systems.

Effective visualization of complex data allows for useful insights, more effective communication, and making decisions. This course investigates methods for visualizing financial datasets from a variety of perspectives in order to best identify the right tool for a given task. Students will use a number of tools to refine their data and create visualizations, including: R and associated visualization libraries, Ruby on Rails visualization tools, ManyEyes, HTML5 & CSS 3, D3.js and related javascript libraries, Google Chart Tools, Google Refine, and image-editing programs.

Financial Engineering

To complete this concentration, you will take either FE 543 or FE 610, as well as either FE 535 or FE 621.

This course introduces the stochastic calculus to students of finance and financial engineering. The course deals with Markov chains, Poisson processes, random walks, Brownian motion, asset prices as processes, limits of stochastic sequences, Ito sums and integral, fundamental models in modern finance, price dynamics and elementary examples of stochastic differential equations.

This course provides the mathematical foundation for understanding modern financial theory. It includes topics such as basic probability, random variables, discrete continuous distributions, random processes, Brownian motion, and an introduction to Ito’s calculus. Applications to financial instruments are discussed throughout the course.

This course deals with risk management concepts in financial systems. Topics include identifying sources of risk in financial systems, classification of events, probability of undesirable events, risk and uncertainty, risk in games and gambling, risk and insurance, hedging and the use of derivatives, the use of Bayesian analysis to process incomplete information, portfolio beta and diversification, active management of risk/return profile of financial enterprises, propagation of risk, and risk metrics.

This course provides computational tools used in industry by the modern financial analyst. The current financial models and algorithms are further studied and numerically analyzed using regression and time series analysis, decision methods, and simulation techniques. The results are applied to forecasting involving asset pricing, hedging, portfolio and risk assessment, some portfolio and risk management models, investment strategies, and other relevant financial problems. Emphasis will be placed on using modern software. Foundational: FE 543 or FE 610

This course introduces the modern portfolio theory and optimal portfolio selection using optimization techniques such as linear programming. Topics include contingent investment decisions, deferral options, combination options and mergers and acquisitions. The course introduces various concepts of financial risk measures.

This course deals with basic financial derivatives theory, arbitrage, hedging, and risk. The theory discusses Ito’s lemma, the diffusion equation and parabolic partial differential equations, and the Black-Scholes model and formulae. The course includes applications of asset price random walks, the log-normal distribution, and estimating volatility from historic data. Numerical techniques, such as finite difference and binomial methods, are used to value options for practical examples.

Information Systems

IT organizations must be able to leverage new technologies. This course focuses on how organizations can effectively and efficiently assess trends and emerging technologies in data and knowledge management, information networks, and analyzing and developing application systems. Students will learn how to help their organizations define, select, and adopt new information technologies.

This course focuses on the role of Information Technology (IT) in reengineering and enhancing key business processes. The implications for organizational structures and processes, as the result of increased opportunities to deploy information and streamline business systems, are covered.

This course leads students through the identification, analysis, definition, and deployment of service opportunities within public and private organizations. Each of these phases is analyzed in detail to encompass the principal activities, methods, tools and techniques applied in the respective phase. Students will learn how to identify appropriate supporting techniques and information technologies for the different phases of the service life cycle, assess the role of technology, and gauge the organizational impact of service-focused operations. The objective of the course is to enable students to identify, implement and evaluate innovative service offerings in their organization.

This course focuses on the issues surrounding the design of an overall Information Technology architecture. The traditional approach in organizations is to segment the problem into four areas: network, hardware, data, and applications. Instead, this course concentrates on the interdependencies among these architectures. In addition, this course will utilize management research on organizational integration and coordination. The student will learn how to design in the large, make appropriate choices about architecture in relationship to overall organization goals, understand the different mechanisms for coordination available, and create a process for establishing and maintaining an ongoing enterprise architecture.

Project Management

This course deals with the basic problems of managing a project, defined as a temporary organization built for the purpose of achieving a specific objective. Both operational and conceptual issues will be considered. Operational issues include definition, planning, implementation, control, and evaluation of the project. Conceptual issues include project management vs. hierarchical management, matrix organization, project authority, motivation, and morale. Cases will be used to illustrate problems in project management and how to resolve them.

This course provides a theoretical perspective on project management for a better understanding of project implementation in modern organizations. The course is based on the premise that success in project leadership depends on a proper managerial style and attitude, and not on specific tools for planning and controlling. The course focuses on developing the manager’s conceptual thinking and on building “the project manager’s mind.” The course helps managers see the entire project landscape and the long-term issues that are critical to project success. It will also address the organizational aspects of initiating and running the program.

Formalized procedures, tools, and techniques used in conceptual and detailed planning of the project. Development of work breakdown structure as the foundation for project cost and project duration. Application of project data in monitoring the project progress and in formulating remedial actions in response to unexpected occurrences.

This course focuses on key leadership skills for addressing the complex challenges posed by program management, highly-matrixed environments and cross-national collaborations Its purpose is to enhance individuals’ abilities to develop others, strategically integrate efforts across groups, and drive change. The concepts presented are theory and research driven so that participants can deepen their conceptual understanding. At the same time, the course calls upon learners to address real-life challenges they face as program and or director-level leaders. Each session presents effective techniques and uses experiential exercises or assignments to provide plenty of practice. The course also requires participants to further transfer learning to their workplaces through focused development planning and coaching support.

Sustainability Management

This course addresses environmental management and its role in sustainability from multiple perspectives, including but not limited to that of a natural scientist, an engineer, a marketing manager, an economist, an environmental lawyer, and a policy maker. The course also introduces students to some of the many tools used by environmental managers, such as life cycle analysis, environmental audit, etc. Students will learn from the course instructor and invited subject matter experts, who will explain in a non-technical manner that is intended for adequate comprehension by students from diverse fields of study on how their respective disciplines contribute to proper management of our environment, thereby making our world more sustainable.

This course will focus on best practices and emerging trends in sustainable business management. Topics will include corporate social responsibility, sustainable business theories, green business models, value chain management, green marketing, triple bottom line reporting, benefit-cost analysis and sustainability metrics and reporting. Students will explore the relationship between business management and sustainability goals for a number of industrial sectors. The course will include case studies as a tool for assessing strategies, identifying opportunities for improvements and recommending future actions. Students will be introduced to commonly used sustainability reporting frameworks and will use them to evaluate objective-setting and progress towards green goals.

A survey of legal and regulatory approaches to environmental protection. Topics include: environmental ethics, National Environmental Policy Act, State and Federal environmental agencies; and the Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Superfund, Resource Recovery and Conservation Act, Right-to-Know, Environmental Cleanup Responsibility Act, and wetlands protection.

This course addresses issues of sustainable development at the local, regional and global scales. Topics include understanding of the definitions, history, current status and future outlook of sustainable development. Population dynamics, wealth distribution, principles of economic growth, social dimensions of sustainable growth (poverty, food security, health, education, social inclusion), biodiversity and ecosystem dynamics, climate change. Sustainable development stakeholders and their roles and responsibilities including individuals, advocacy groups, local, regional and country-level governing bodies, NGOs and corporations. Legal, policy and regulatory aspects of sustainable development. A systems view of sustainability and sustainable development including the concepts of global boundaries and resiliency.


One of the most invaluable components of the Online MBA program at Stevens is that it provides the opportunity to participate in two in-person industry immersions. These immersive learning experiences take place over two long weekends and occur on the Stevens Institute of Technology campus, just across the Hudson River from New York City.

The Online MBA immersions complement online learning by furthering students’ connections and knowledge in real-world settings.


  • Meet your online MBA peers, as well as students from across other Stevens business programs.
  • Gain insights from industry leaders and business executives.
  • Engage face-to-face with School of Business faculty members and school administrators.
  • Leverage Stevens’ location by participating in social and cultural experiences across New York City with fellow students.

Learning objectives:

  • Gain a common understanding of the disruptive technologies at play in the “fourth industrial revolution” (4IR), such as artificial intelligence, quantum computing and internet of things.
  • Review illustrative ways in which these emerging technologies are impacting various sectors of the economy, from retail to healthcare.
  • Examine similarities and differences between the 4IR and prior periods of transformative change (e.g., earlier industrial revolutions).
  • Examine different philosophical orientations toward what these technologies mean for the future of work (e.g., job elimination vs. role augmentation).
  • Review the way in which these broader trends have impacted professional practice: key challenges being faced, anticipated challenges over next decade.
  • Explore the role that leaders can play in stewarding effective workforce transitions within their organizations (e.g., upskilling, reskilling and augmenting).
  • Review the ethical implications and challenges due to the rise of cognitive technologies, their implications on work, and the workplace and workforce.

Each immersion experience carries 1.5 credit hours and the related tuition. A total of 3 credit hours will count toward your degree upon completion of both immersions. Students are responsible for travel to the Hoboken area. Accommodations are included in the tuition cost.


In addition to offering tailored leadership development taught by industry experts, the Stevens Online MBA also equips students with the right mix of emotional and analytical intelligence vital to advancing and excelling in today’s tech- and data-driven world. 

Through the Stevens Online MBA program, students gain the knowledge and skills to speak the language of business, and leverage analytics and insights to enhance decision making at organizations across industries. The coursework emphasizes collaboration through group projects and presentations and fosters students’ creativity and critical thinking skills. In addition, the Stevens Online MBA offers seven concentrations, providing students with the option of customizing their experience according to their interests and career goals.

The Stevens Online MBA program includes two weekend-long mandatory immersions with dedicated themes structured around business focus areas at the school’s Hoboken campus and across the river in New York City, which provide students with opportunities for experiential learning and professional networking. Stevens Online MBA students participate in these invaluable immersions with their cohort, on-campus MBA students, business school faculty, and industry leaders and business executives from the NYC region. 


An MBA qualifies you for leadership positions in virtually every industry. MBA graduates often take mid-level management roles after graduation, such as financial or sales manager. Later in their careers, they can work in high-level executive positions, such as chief executive officer or chief financial officer.

MBA graduates are not limited to a single path. They can settle into a career track at their organization or take jobs as management consultants, working with many different clients to streamline business operations. No matter where they choose to work, MBA graduates generally can expect rewarding careers.

Yes. There’s a reason why the MBA is among the most popular graduate degrees. An MBA can help advance management careers to new heights — MBA graduates staff top executive jobs at leading companies in every industry. The Stevens Online MBA in NYC program stands apart from many traditional MBA programs, giving its students an edge over the competition by developing their critical analytical and emotional intelligence skills and focusing on the complex technologies informing business decisions and strategy. The high salaries MBA graduates earn in management and executive positions over the years far outstrip the cost of a degree program. Some employers also offer tuition reimbursement to promising staff to prepare them for future leadership roles within their organizations.


Stevens Institute of Technology has been continually accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) since 1927. Stevens is accredited until 2027 and the next self-study evaluation is scheduled to take place during 2026-2027. The school of business is also accredited by the AACSB, placing Stevens among the five percent of business schools globally to earn this distinction.









A professional headshot of Stevens faculty member, Brian Rothschild

Brian Rothschild

Online MBA Program Director
A professional headshot of Stevens faculty member, Pranav Garg

Pranav Garg, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
A professional headshot of Stevens faculty member, Gary Lynn

Gary Lynn, Ph.D.

A professional headshot of Stevens faculty member, Peter Dominick

Peter Dominick, Ph.D.

Teaching Associate Professor
A professional headshot of Stevens faculty member, Bei Yan

Bei Yan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
A professional headshot of Stevens faculty member, Alkiviadis Vazacopoulos

Alkiviadis Vazacopoulos, Ph.D.

Teaching Associate Professor
A professional headshot of Stevens faculty member, Ann Murphy

Ann Murphy, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
A professional headshot of Stevens faculty member, Wei Zheng

Wei Zheng, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Endowed Richard R. Roscitt Chair in Leadership



Applicants must submit transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions where credit was earned. You may submit unofficial transcripts during the application process. After admission, you will be required to submit official transcripts.


Work experience is not a requirement for the Online MBA program, but the admissions committee does value applicants with professional experience. You must include a résumé with your application that highlights:

  • Academic record.
  • Work and internship experience.
  • Leadership abilities.
  • Professional aspirations.


Your application must include two letters of recommendation. The strongest applications will include one letter from a current supervisor, and one from a former supervisor or previous employer who can speak to your leadership potential and discuss your professional performance.


Scores are not required.

Key Dates & Deadlines

Early Submit
Priority Submit
Final Submit
Start of Classes
Fall 2024
May 21, 2024
Deposit Waiver* and Application Fee Waiver Available.
June 25, 2024
Application Fee Waiver Available and Early Application Review.
August 6, 2024
September 9, 2024

*Applicants who apply by the early submit deadline and are admitted may be eligible for a $250 deposit waiver. Applicants who receive education assistance from employers or other tuition discounts are not eligible. Other eligibility conditions may apply.



Per Credit


Application Fee

Fee waivers available


Enrollment Deposit

Financial Aid

*Tuition based on fall 2024 rates effective September 2024. Tuition and fees are subject to change annually. Additional program fees may apply.


Attendees will receive an application fee waiver.

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