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Table of Contents WELCOME TO STEVENS ...........................................1 About Stevens ...........................................................1 About WebCampus ....................................................2 Student Resources ....................................................3 Benefits ...................................................................3

DEGREE PROGRAMS..................................................4 Computer Engineering ..............................................5 Computer Science .....................................................6 Electrical Engineering...............................................7 Engineering Management .........................................8 Enterprise Computing ...............................................9 Financial Engineering ...............................................9 Information Systems ...............................................10 Management...........................................................11 Mechanical Engineering..........................................12 Microelectronics and Photonics...............................13 Networked Information Systems..............................14 Pharmaceutical Manufacturing ..............................15 Project Management ...............................................16 Security and Privacy................................................17 Security Management and Forensics.......................18 Service Management...............................................19 Software Engineering..............................................20 Space Systems Engineering ....................................21 Systems Engineering...............................................22 Telecommunications Management..........................23

MBA .............................................................................24 Graduate Certificates ..................................................26 Applying to Stevens .....................................................28 Co-Sponsors ................................................................29

Stevens is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), as well as numerous discipline-specific accreditations. The project management curriculum is accredited jointly by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Global Accreditation Center for Project Management (GAC).


Welcome to Stevens Institute of Technology In today's competitive world it is no longer sufficient to limit your study to a narrow discipline. Learning and business environments are different today – which is why Stevens is different. From faculty collaboration to strategic corporate partnerships, everything transcends traditional lines. The goal is simple: to ensure that you succeed in a world where the lines no longer exist.

WebCampus at Stevens Institute of Technology offers the quality, rigor, and depth expected from a top-flight graduate education, and allows you to complete your requirements entirely online.

About Stevens Located on the banks of the Hudson River in Hoboken, NJ, Stevens Institute of Technology opened its doors in 1870 as the first mechanical engineering college in the United States. Today, Stevens offers undergraduate, Master’s, and PhD degree programs as well as Graduate Certificates in engineering, the sciences, computer science, and technology management. Stevens faculty – some of the most advanced researchers in their fields – bring their findings directly into the classroom and curriculum, so that our students learn about the latest discoveries, skills, and techniques as they are being developed. We pride ourselves on both our rich past and our future-focused mission of educating leaders who possess the skills and insight needed to renew American innovation, competitive spirit, and productivity.

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About WebCampus With a backbone of top-quality academic programs and a tremendous commitment in the development and use of best practices in online learning, WebCampus brings Stevens graduate programs to students worldwide – students from 43 states and 42 countries have taken Stevens classes through WebCampus. Following a traditional 14-week semester format, courses can be taken in fall, spring, or summer semesters.

Learn it Tonight. Use it Tomorrow. Stevens’ entire infrastructure is built around highly relevant and applied education. Most of our faculty have spent years as industry practitioners, and programs focus on teaching applied solutions at every level. Our expansive corporate network keeps us firmly grounded in the practical. Many of the world’s leading businesses are involved throughout Stevens, sponsoring research, shaping curricula, sharing their own emerging knowledge with you and your peers, and partnering with Stevens to bring education directly to their workforce. With Stevens’ focus on applied learning, you can take what you learn in class and apply it directly to your work.

“The Stevens WebCampus experience was fantastic! These online courses have made me very effective in my position as a senior validation engineer, and have greatly increased my value to the company.”

Flexibility of Delivery Meeting the needs of a diverse and complex workforce, Stevens offers many avenues to access education. In addition to classes on our Hoboken campus and WebCampus options, we also offer modular delivery (week-long, intensive courses) as well as on-site delivery at corporate partner locations.

Learning in Virtual Teams Online education is especially relevant for students who work with colleagues across the country and around the world – often with people they never meet face to face. Working in virtual teams is fast becoming an essential competency – one that you get to practice in WebCampus classes. As a WebCampus student, you have the added benefit of gaining insights from classmates drawn from other regions of the country, other parts of the world, and other facets of business and industry – an invaluable experience if you are looking to advance your career at global companies.

Awards and Honors WebCampus Honors: • Most Outstanding Online Teaching & Learning Program (Sloan Foundation) • Best Practices Award for Distance Learning Programming (US Distance Learning Association) • 21st Century Best Practices Award for Distance Learning (US Distance Learning Association) • Best Online University in the Nation (Sloan Foundation)

Stevens Honors: • University Affiliated Research Center for Systems Engineering Research (U.S. Department of Defense) • National Center of Excellence in Information Assurance Research and Education (National Security Agency) • Top 3 for Return on Research Investment (Forbes.com) • National Center of Excellence in Port/Maritime Security (U.S. Department of Homeland Security) • Top 25 Most Connected Campuses in the Nation (The Princeton Review)

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Student Resources Award-Winning Faculty You will benefit from our faculty’s vast 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.

Guidance and Academic Advising The WebCampus team has made every effort to simplify administrative procedures that apply to online students, from how to register for classes online to retrieving forgotten passwords. The programs detailed on the following pages highlight core courses and areas of concentration. As a graduate student at Stevens, you will work closely with your academic advisor to create a study plan and ensure that all degree requirements are met. Every student in a graduate degree program must complete a study plan in order to graduate. The Study Plan feature of the WebCampus website will help you develop your study plan, so you can be sure that you are following the course sequences and completing the necessary elements for your degree.

Web Conferencing - A Value-Added Service Web Conferencing allows instructors and students to participate in real-time, recorded, and "on-demand" events. Stevens utilizes web conferencing sessions to deliver lectures, review homework, or answer questions. Control of a web conference session can be shared among participants so that students can deliver presentations and answer questions from their classmates and instructors in real-time. Our students additionally use web conferencing to conduct live sessions with their classmates in preparation for projects. This gives students the opportunity to practice their virtual teaming skills. Stevens students develop additional skills for managing virtual projects and virtual teams – skills that are becoming increasingly important for global and multinational companies.

Benefits • College Without the Commute: Earn graduate degrees and certificates online, anywhere, anytime, on your time.

• Instructor Led Courses: Fourteen-week courses are guided by outstanding faculty who teach not only online, but also in conventional settings. They customize their courses to suit the electronic teaching and learning environment.

• World-Class Education: As a WebCampus student you receive the same education as those who take courses on campus or at other Stevens learning sites.

• Small Class Size: To enhance interaction among you, your online instructor, and your classmates, WebCampus online classes are limited to approximately 20 students per section.

Rewards of Participation

Many students have also developed new skills for managing virtual projects and virtual teams – a skill that is becoming increasingly important for global and multinational companies.

Textbooks and Library Resources All textbooks for Stevens WebCampus courses are available online through the Stevens Campus Bookstore. WebCampus students have full access to the Stevens library services, including a vast array of online databases and resources.

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DEGREE PROGRAMS Stevens’ WebCampus offers 20 Master’s Degree programs in Management, Science, Computer Science, Engineering, and Systems Engineering disciplines, as well as an MBA in Technology Management. These instructor-led programs provide you with cutting-edge knowledge and practical skills to enhance your career objectives. The programs detailed on the following pages highlight core courses and areas of concentration. As a graduate student at Stevens, you will work closely with your academic advisor to create a study plan and ensure that all degree requirements are met.

Customize Your Program Stevens’ Master’s Degree programs allow you to further customize your degree by specializing in a particular area or certificate, allowing you to align your academic path with your professional objectives. Additionally, our Master’s programs in management can be used toward earning your MBA in Technology Management at Stevens, also available entirely online via WebCampus. If you choose to begin with a 4-course graduate certificate, you can build on that certificate to complete the full Master’s degree. A complete list of academic programs, including those offered online, on campus, and on-site at corporate locations, is available at www.stevens.edu/sit/graduate.

Engineering & Science Programs 4 courses

6 courses

–– Graduate Certificate –– –––––––––––––––––––––– Master’s Degree ––––––––––––––––––––––––

Management Programs 4 courses

8 courses

8 courses

–– Graduate Certificate –– –––––––––––––––––––––– Master’s Degree –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MBA ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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Computer Engineering 10 courses, 30 credits Computer Engineering has been the primary driver of the development of the digital systems that now play major roles in all aspects of our personal lives and businesses. Computer engineering integrates principles and practices from electrical engineering, computer science, and other engineering/science fields to create complex systems combining hardware, software, and sophisticated algorithms. Applications include such diverse areas as video games, visual environments, networked system environments, computer-aided design tools, advanced computation systems, medical information systems, autonomous systems, design of complex digital systems including VLSI systems, development of bio-inspired algorithms for advanced systems, and many others. The Master’s in Computer Engineering provides you with the foundation knowledge to participate in these exciting fields along with areas of specialization to provide depth in major computer engineering themes.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Engineering Degree

NIS 612 Principles of Multimedia Compression

CPE 654 Design and Analysis of Network Systems

CPE 645 Image Processing and Computer Vision

CPE 690 Introduction to VLSI Systems Design

Electives CPE 545 Communication Software and Middleware

CS 520 Introduction to Operating Systems

CPE 604 Analytical Methods for Networks

CS 561 Database Management Systems I

CPE 585 Medical Instrumentation and Imaging

CPE 548 Digital Signal Processing

CPE 646 Pattern Recognition and Classification

CPE 664 Advanced Digital Signal Processing

CPE 810 The Intelligent Network

NIS 611 Digital Communications Engineering

NIS 655 Queuing Systems with Communications Applications I

Concentrations

Graduate Certificates in Computer Engineering include: Digital Signal Processing, Microelectronics and Photonics, Multimedia Technology, Networked Information Systems, Secure Network Systems Design, and Wireless Communications

Data Communications and Networks

CPE 565 Management of Local Area Networks CPE 654 Design and Analysis of Network Systems CPE 678 Information Networks I

NIS 653 Cross-Layer Design for Wireless Networks NIS 584 Wireless Systems Security

Image Processing and Multimedia

CPE 536 Integrated Services - Multimedia CPE 558 Computer Vision CPE 591 Introduction to Multimedia Networking

CPE 645 Image Processing and Computer Vision NIS 612 Principles of Multimedia Compression

Information Systems

CPE 536 Integrated Services - Multimedia CPE 563 Networked Systems Design: Principles and Practices

CPE 591 Introduction to Multimedia Networking CPE 645 Image Processing and Computer Vision NIS 584 Wireless Systems Security

Information Systems Security

CPE 591 Introduction to Multimedia Networking CPE 668 Foundations of Cryptography CPE 678 Information Networks I

CPE 691 Information Systems Security NIS 584 Wireless Systems Security

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Computer Science 10 courses, 30 credits The flagship program within the Computer Science department, the M.S. in Computer Science is a flexible program that allows you to tailor your program of study to your interests by developing suggested concentrations and study plans that combine areas of specialization. Our programs will give you the grounding to be a high-end professional, proficient in the development and application of information technology.

Core Course Requirements All students must take one:

Master of Science Degree

CS 510 Programming Languages CS 520 Operating Systems CS 550 Computer Organization & Programming CS 561 Database Mgt Systems CS 570 Introduction to C++ CS 573 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity CS 590 Algorithms CS 600 Advanced Algorithm Design and Implementation MA 502 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science

Concentrations

Graduate Certificates in Computer Science include: Computer Graphics, Computer Systems, Database Management Systems, Enterprise Computing, Enterprise Security and Information Assurance, Security and Privacy, and Software Design

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Electives Selections vary depending on concentration: CS 513 Data Mining CS 514 Computer Architecture CS 520 Operating Systems CS 546 Web Programming CS 548 Engineering of Enterprise Software Systems CS 549 Distributed Systems CS 561 Database Management Systems I CS 562 Database Management Systems II CS 574 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design CS 667 Information Networks II MGT 679 Management Information Systems MIS 662 Legal Issues for the IT Professional SSW 533 Cost Estimation and Metrics SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SSW 565 Software Architecture and Component-Based Design SSW 567 Software Testing, Quality Assurance, and Maintenance

Software and Security Engineering

CS 573 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity CS 594 Enterprise Security and Information Assurance SSW 533 Cost Estimation and Metrics

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SSW 565 Software Architecture and ComponentBased Design SSW 567 Software Testing

Databases, Security, and Privacy

CS 513 Data Mining CS 546 Web Programming CS 561 Database Management Systems I

CS 562 Database Management Systems II CS 573 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity CS 594 Enterprise Security & Information Assurance

Software Engineering and Databases

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering

CS 561 Database Management Systems I

Databases & Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

CS 513 Data Mining CS 548 Engineering of Enterprise Software Systems CS 549 Distributed Systems

CS 546 Web Programming CS 561 Database Management Systems I CS 562 Database Management Systems II

Health Informatics

CS 561 Database Management Systems I CS 513 Data Mining

CS 548 Engineering of Enterprise Software Systems CS 549 Distributed Systems

Network and Systems Administration

CS 520 Operating Systems

CS 666 Information Networks I

Web Application Development

MA 502 Discrete Mathematics CS 570 Programming in C++ CS 590 Algorithms

CS 561 Database Management Systems CS 546 Web Programming CS 548 Engineering of Enterprise Software Systems

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Electrical Engineering 10 courses, 30 credits Today's technological world is driven by the electronics and electronic systems, developed and advanced by electrical engineers, that are found embedded in a large portion of today's commercial and consumer products. The electronic systems and subsystems, including both hardware and software components, are increasing exponentially in complexity and sophistication each year. The high and increasing complexity and sophistication of electronic products may not be seen by the casual user, but they are understood, delivered, and advanced by electrical engineers. This program is designed to provide students with the tools and skills necessary to understand and apply today's technologies and to lead the development of tomorrow's technologies and applications. Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Engineering Degree

EE 602 Analytical Methods in Electrical Engineering

Concentrations

Computer Architectures and Digital Systems

CPE 514 Computer Architecture CPE 643 Logic Design of Digital Systems I

CPE 690 Introduction to VLSI Design

Embedded Systems

CPE 555 Real-Time and Embedded Systems CPE 621 Analysis and Design of Real-Time Systems CPE 690 Introduction to VLSI Design

EE 627 Data Acquisition and Processing I EE 623 Applied Machine Learning

Microelectronic Devices and Systems

CPE 690 Introduction to VLSI Design EE 503 Introduction to Solid State Physics

EE 619 Solid State Devices

Signal Processing for Communications

EE 613 Digital Signal Processing for Communications EE 615 Multicarrier Communications EE 616 Signal Detection and Estimation for Communications

EE 663 Digital Signal Processing I EE 664 Digital Signal Processing II

Wireless Communications

EE 583 Wireless Communications EE 584 Wireless Systems Security EE 585 Physical Design of Wireless Systems

EE 586 Wireless Networking: Architectures, Protocols, and Standards EE 651 Spread Spectrum and CDMA EE 653 Cross-Layer Design for Wireless Networks

Graduate Certificates in Electrical Engineering include: Digital Signal Processing, Microelectronics and Photonics, Multimedia Technology, Networked Information Systems, Secure Network Systems Design, and Wireless Communications

CPE 690 Introduction to VLSI Design

EE 603 Linear System Theory

“Frankly, I was dreading the idea of going back to school. Being married with children, I was concerned I would not be able to cope with the workload. However, my experiences at Stevens over the last two years have been very rewarding. Stevens provides a very flexible environment where one can participate in class discussions and lectures at one’s leisure. This flexibility has made my studies at Stevens possible. The professors have been an integral part of the program’s success. Offering real-world experience truly helps drive home the concepts that are being taught. These ex-CIO’s and CFO’s have a wealth of knowledge to offer and truly enhance the learning experience at Stevens.”

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Engineering Management 10 courses, 30 credits Engineering Management builds upon undergraduate engineering and science education with studies in business, management, and systems engineering. The traditional engineer and scientist often lacks a formal education in the human, financial, and management skills necessary to advocate the use of technology for high quality, cost efficient, complex systems. Our Master’s degree is unique in that we strive to create an engineer who is well prepared for a future in the management of engineering and technology integration. Graduates from this program will be prepared to work effectively at the interface between engineering and management and to assume professional positions of increasing responsibility.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Engineering Degree

Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificates are also available in: Construction Management, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Practices, Project Management

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EM 600 Engineering Economics and Cost Analysis

SYS 611 Modeling and Simulation

EM 605 Elements of Operations Research

SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

EM 612 Project Management of Complex Systems

EM 680 Designing & Managing the Development Enterprise

Systems Engineering & Architecting

SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering SYS 650 System Architecture and Design

EM 612 Project Mgt of Complex Systems SYS 605 Systems Integration

Systems & Supportability Engineering

SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering SYS 650 System Architecture & Design

SYS 645 Design for System Reliability, Maintainability, & Supportability SYS 640 System Supportability & Logistics

Systems Engineering Management

EM 612 Project Mgt of Complex Systems SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

SYS 660 Decision & Risk Analysis EM 680 Designing & Managing the Development Enterprise

Logistics & Supply Chain Analysis

EM 665 Integrated Supply Chain Management SYS 670 Forecasting & Demand Modeling Systems

SYS 611 Modeling and Simulation or EM 605 Elements of Operations Research SYS 640 System Supportability and Logistics

Enterprise Architecture & Governance

ES 679 Architecting the Extended Enterprise ES 684 Systems Thinking

SYS 681 Dynamic Modeling of Systems & Enterprises ES 677 Governing Development

Financial Engineering

FE 610 Stochastic Calculus for Financial Engineers FE 620 Pricing and Hedging

FE 621 Computational Methods in Finance FE 630 Portfolio Theory and Applications

Space Systems Engineering

SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering SYS 650 System Architecture and Design SYS 632 Designing Space Missions and Systems

SYS 633 Mission and Systems Design Verification and Validation (V&V) or SYS 635 Human Space Flight

Systems Centric Software Engineering

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

EM 612 Project Management of Complex Systems SSW 565 Software Architecture and Component-Based Design

Software Engineering

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering

SSW 533 Software Cost Estimation and Metrics

In addition, select two of the following: SSW 564 Software Requirements Analysis & Engineering SSW 565 Software Architecture and ComponentBased Design

SSW 567 Software Testing, Quality Assurance and Maintenance SSW 687 Engineering of Large Software Systems SSW 689 Software Systems Reliability Theory and Practice

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Enterprise Computing 10 courses, 30 credits The Enterprise Computing program teaches distributed computing from both the reliability and the security points of view. You will learn about distributed computing "in the large," including enterprise application integration and service oriented architectures (SOA), building on skills learned in courses in databases and systems programming for enterprise computing to learn how to administer server backends that are the crux of modern SOA. As well as developing technical skills, you will develop skills in client-facing, business cases and project management. Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

CS 548 Engineering of Enterprise Software Systems CS 561 Database Management Systems CS 526 Systems Programming for Enterprise Computing CS 549 Distributed Systems

Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificates in Enterprise Computing include: Enterprise Computing, Security and Privacy, and Software Engineering

Electives CS 573 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity CS 594 Enterprise Security & Info Assurance CS 513 Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SWE 565 Software Architecture and Design SSW 567 Software Testing, Quality Assurance and Maintenance CS 666 Information Networks MGT 600 Managerial Accounting MGT 607 Managerial Economics MGT 623 Financial Management

Financial Engineering 10 courses, 30 credits The vast complexity of financial markets compels industry to look for experts who not only understand how the markets work, but also posses the mathematical knowledge to uncover their patterns and the computer skills to exploit them. To achieve success, banking and securities industries must come to grips with securities valuation, risk management, portfolio structuring, and regulation-knowledge embracing applied mathematics, computational techniques, statistical analysis, and economic theory. The Financial Engineering Master’s degree provides you with what you need to know in stochastic modeling, optimization, and simulation techniques. With sharply honed practical skills, you will emerge as a key player in today's top industries – investment banking, risk management, securities trading and portfolio management.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

Concentrations Graduate Certificates in Financial Engineering include: Financial Engineering, Financial Risk Engineering, Financial Software Engineering, and Software Engineering in Finance

FE 610 Stochastic Calculus for Financial Engineers

FE 800 Special Problems in Financial Engineering

FE 630 Portfolio Theory and Applications

FE 620 Pricing and Hedging

FE 621 Computational Methods in Finance

or FE 900 Thesis in Financial Engineering

Quantitative Financial Engineering

MA 547 Advance Calculus MGT 625 Investments and Capital Markets

MA 650 Partial Differential Equations Plus two additional elective courses

Databases & Networks

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Quantitative Software Engineering CS 561 Database Management Systems I

CS 573 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity Plus two additional elective courses

Information & Modeling

SYS 611 Modeling and Simulation SYS 660 Decision and Risk Analysis

SYS 670 Forecasting and Demand Modeling Systems Plus two additional elective courses

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Information Systems 12 courses, 36 credits Rapid advancements in technology, dynamic markets and the changing business environment have created increased demand for professionals who can manage and deliver information systems. This demand has been accelerated by new competition, shorter product life cycles, and more complex and specialized markets. As an information systems professional, you are required to lead and evolve information resources partnering with corporate management. Stevens’ MSIS program helps achieve success through alignment and deployment of business and IT strategies. The practical curriculum is based on real business problems. Customization allows you the opportunity to pursue different tracks within this program, to help you achieve your information technology career objectives. Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management

MIS 730 Integrating IS Technologies

MGT 623 Financial Management

MIS 750 Management of IT Organizations

MGT 680 Organizational Behavior and Theory

MIS 760 IT Strategy

MIS 710 Process Innovation and Management

Concentrations and Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificates are also available in Engineering Management, Enterprise Systems, General Management, Healthcare Leadership, IT for Financial Services Industry, Pharmaceutical Management, Professional Communications, Strategic Supply Chain Management, and Technology Management

Information Management

MIS 620 Analysis and Development of Information Systems

MIS 630 Data and Knowledge Management MIS 640 Managing Information Networks

Entrepreneurial IT

MIS 620 Analysis and Development of Info Systems MIS 640 Managing Information Networks MIS 661 Marketing On-Line

MIS 662 Legal Issues for the IT Professional MIS 663 Entrepreneurship in IT

Global Innovation Management

MGT 630 Global Business and Markets MGT 650 International Business Management

MIS 620 Analysis & Development of Info Systems MIS 630 Data and Knowledge Management

Project Management

MGT 610 Strategic Perspectives on Project Mgt MGT 612 The Human Side of Project Leadership MGT 614 Advanced Project Management

MIS 620 Analysis & Development of Info Systems MIS 630 Data and Knowledge Management

Business Process Management & Service Innovation

MIS 710 Process Innovation and Management MIS 712 BPM and Workflow Implementation MIS 690 Supply Chain Management and Strategy

MIS 730 Integrating IS Technologies MGT 657 Operations Management

IT Outsourcing

MIS 650 IT Outsourcing Governance MIS 651 Legal Issues in IT Outsourcing

MIS 652 Relationship Mgt and IT Outsourcing MGT 654 Organization Change and Development

Service Oriented Architecture

MIS 710 Process Innovation and Management MIS 730 Integrating IS Technologies

MIS 610 Managing Enterprise Systems

Healthcare IT Management

MIS 685 The Healthcare Value Chain MIS 687 Clinical Systems in Healthcare

MIS 689 IT Management for the Healthcare Professional

IT in Pharma/Biotech

MIS 671 Pharmaceutical Industry Trends and Issues MIS 672 Pharma Industry New Drug Development

MIS 674 Pharmaceutical Industry Marketing & Sales MIS 673 Pharmaceutical Industry Supply Chain

Computer Science

SSW 533 Software Cost Estimation and Metrics SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering CS 568 Software Project I

CS 569 Software Project II CS 561 Database Management Systems I

Information Security

MIS 645 CyberSecurity Principles for Managers MIS 646 Enterprise Architectures for Info Security CS 573 Fundamentals of Cyber Security

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Management 12 courses, 36 credits Focus on the practice of management in technical and nontechnical organizations, and develop a variety of analytic and administrative skills drawn from economics, organizational behavior, and quantitative methods. Guarantee your success as a manager by developing conceptual and integrative skills necessary to identify organizational problems, analyze them, synthesize solutions, and then implement decisions that signal growth of professional competence.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

Concentrations and Graduate Certificates

Information Systems Concentrations and Graduate Certificates

MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management

MGT 690 Designing Complex Organizations

MGT 600 Managerial Accounting

MGT 671 Technology and Innovation Management

MGT 607 Managerial Economics

MGT 679 Management Information Systems

MGT 680 Organizational Behavior and Theory

MGT 620 Statistical Models

General Management

MGT 725 Strategic Management MGT 623 Financial Management

MGT 641 Marketing Management

Global Innovation

MGT 630 Global Business and Markets MGT 650 International Business Management

MGT 641 Marketing Management

Information Management

MIS 663 Entrepreneurship in IT MIS 620 Analysis & Development of Info Systems MIS 630 Data and Knowledge Management MIS 640 Managing Information Networks

MIS 760 IT Strategy MIS 750 Management of IT Organizations MIS 710 Process Innovation and Management MIS 730 Integrating IS Technologies

Technology Management

MGT 618 Engineering Economics & Management Policy MGT 656 Quality and Process Management

MGT 641 Marketing Management

Project Management

MGT 610 Strategic Perspectives on Project Management MGT 611 Project Planning and Monitoring MGT 612 The Human Side of Project Leadership

MGT 614 Advanced Project Management MGT 618 Engineering Economics & Management Policy MGT 621 Management Models MGT 623 Financial Management

Pharmaceutical Management

MGT 681 Managing Pharmaceutical R&D MGT 682 Logistics, Marketing & Sales in the Pharmaceutical Industry

MGT 683 Intro to Pharma Manufacturing MGT 684 Regulation & Compliance in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Software Engineering

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SSW 533 Software Cost Estimation and Metrics SSW 564 Software Requirements Analysis & Engineering SSW 565 Software Arch. & Component-based Design

SSW 567 Software Testing, Quality, Assurance & Maintenance SSW 687 Engineering of Large Software Systems SSW 689 Software Reliability Engineering

Systems Engineering

MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management SYS 611 Modeling and Simulation SYS 625 System Operational Effectiveness and Life Cycle Analysis

SYS 650 System Architecture and Design SYS 660 Decision & Risk Analysis for Complex Systems MIS 620 Analysis & Development of Info Systems

Telecommunications Management

TM 601 Principles of Applied Telecom Technology TM 605 Probability for Telecommunications Managers TM 610 Business Information Networks

TM 612 Regulation and Policy in the Telecom Industry MIS 630 Data and Knowledge Mgt

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Mechanical Engineering 10 courses, 30 credits A major objective of the M.E. in Mechanical Engineering is to encourage research work at all levels so that you can progressively undertake more challenging problems with wider research scope as you gain confidence and competence. The degree program extends and broadens undergraduate preparation in the discipline, and can be considered as a terminal degree or as preparation for the Ph.D. program.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Engineering Degree

ME 635 Simulation and Modeling

Concentrations

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Systems

ME 535 Good Manufacturing Practices in Pharmaceutical Facilities Design ME 540 Validation and Regulatory Affairs in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

ME 628 Pharmaceutical Finishing and Packaging Systems ME 645 Production Systems

Product Design

ME 615 Thermal System Design ME 644 Computer-Integrated Design and Manufacturing

ME 659 Advanced Structural Design ME 665 Advanced Product Development

ME 636 Project Management and Organizational Design

ME 641 Engineering Analysis I

“Without WebCampus I would not be able to pursue my Master’s, and thus my career would be at a standstill. I can digest the material when convenient for me and optionally attend live class sessions where I can get the instantaneous feedback I would get attending class in person. WebCampus makes it really easy to collaborate with teachers and other students to extract the most out of whatever it is you are studying. If you have kids and a full-time job, then WebCampus is a Godsend!”

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Microelectronics & Photonics Science and Technology 10 courses, 30 credits The vast array of communications and information systems today requires complex integration of sophisticated principles and practices drawn from many fields. This Master’s degree combines the technical and intellectual resources of many disciplines. It enhances your basic and applied skills by marrying a thorough scientific understanding with advanced technological applications. Meet industry demands for design, fabrication, integration, and applications. Explore fundamentals as well as state-of-the-industry practice. Emerge with sharply honed knowledge and training as a highly qualified microelectronics and photonics professional.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Engineering Degree

Graduate Certificates

MT 507 Introduction to Microelectronics and Photonics

MT 562 Solid State Electronics II

PEP 503 Introduction to Solid State Physics

MT 595 Reliability and Failure of Solid State Devices

PEP 515 Photonics I

MT 596 Microfabrication Techniques

PEP 516 Photonics II

EE 626 Optical Communication Systems

PEP 561 Solid State Electronics I

CPE 690 Introduction to VLSI Design

Graduate Certificates include: Microelectronics and Photonics, Microdevices and Microsystems, Microelectronics, and Photonics

“I felt skeptical about taking a graduate math course as an online WebCampus class, but the interaction during the online lecture sessions made the course feel like a traditional face-toface classroom lecture course. I definitely recommend the WebCampus online course format to the busy financial service professional who cannot leave work early enough during the week to catch a class on the Stevens campus.”

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Networked Information Systems 10 courses, 30 credits The NIS Master’s program covers design, deployment, maintenance, and upgrade of information systems. Emerge with broad knowledge of information repositories, data networks, user interfaces, security and assurance, multimedia, and other systems. With your understanding of the end-to-end aspects of networked information systems, you will be able to integrate both hardware and software components to create a contemporary system. Through the ten-course degree, you will understand not only general engineering principles and the mathematical and analytical reasoning underlying them, but also practical issues impacting the system.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Engineering Degree

Concentrations

Graduate Certificates include: Digital Signal Processing, Microelectronics and Photonics, Multimedia Technology, Networked Information Systems, Secure Network Systems Design, and Wireless Communications

NIS 560 Introduction to Networked Information Systems

NIS 654 Design and Analysis of Network Systems

NIS 565 Management of Local Area Networks

NIS 678 or CS 666 Information Networks I

NIS 591 Introduction to Multimedia Networking

NIS 691 Information Systems Security

Data Communications and Networks

NIS 611 Digital Communications Engineering I NIS 653 Cross-Layer Design for Wireless Networks NIS 654 Design and Analysis of Network Systems

NIS 655 Queuing Systems with Communications Applications I NIS 678 Information Networks I

Information Networks

NIS 654 Design and Analysis of Network Systems NIS 563 Networked Applications Engineering NIS 678 Information Networks I

NIS 679 Information Networks II NIS 584 Wireless Systems Security

Multimedia Information Systems

NIS 536 Integrated Services - Multimedia NIS 561 Database Management Systems I NIS 583 Wireless Communications

NIS 591 Introduction to Multimedia Networking NIS 645 Image Processing and Computer Vision

Multimedia Technologies

NIS 536 Integrated Services - Multimedia NIS 592 Multimedia Network Security

NIS 612 Principles of Multimedia Compression NIS 645 Image Processing and Computer Vision

Secure Network Systems Design

NIS 560 Introduction to Networked Information Systems NIS 584 Wireless Systems Security NIS 592 Multimedia Network Security

NIS 654 Design and Analysis of Network Systems NIS 691 Information Systems Security

“Stevens’ WebCampus allows for the flexibility of attending school while trying to juggle an active home life and a busy work schedule. The classes, and the forum, are very professional and allow for easy navigation, whether it is to past topic discussion threads or homework assignments.”

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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing 10 courses, 30 credits If you are an engineer or other professional working in the pharmaceutical or one of the related industries (biotechnology, medical devices, personal products, or other good manufacturing practice窶電riven industry), this multidisciplinary graduate program in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Engineering provides you with essential skills. Focus on manufacturing processes and facilities, learn about U.S. and international regulatory requirements, including good manufacturing practice (GMP) and quality systems regulations (QSR). Emerge as an expert, ready to meet the major demands that the pharmaceutical industry faces in the twenty-first century.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science or Master of Engineering Degree Electives

Graduate Certificates

PME 530 Intro to Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

PME 600 Engineering Economics and Management Policy or

PME 535 Good Manufacturing Practice in Pharma Facilities Design

PME 609 Intro to Project Management for the Pharma Industry

PME 540 Validation & Regulatory Affairs in Pharma Manufacturing

PME 639 Modeling & Simulation of Pharma Manufacturing Sys

PME 531 Process Safety Management PME 538 Chemical Technology Processes in API Manufacturing PME 539 Bioprocess Technology in API Manufacturing PME 541 Validation of Computerized Systems PME 542 Regulation and Compliance in the Pharma Industry PME 551 Process Analytical Technology (PAT) in Pharmaceutical Operations PME 560 Quality in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing PME 621 Pharmaceutical Mixing

PME 628 Pharmaceutical Finishing and Packaging Systems PME 639 Modeling & Simulation of Pharma Manufacturing Systems PME 640 Contemporary Concepts in Pharma Validation PME 643 Design and Management of Aseptic PME 646 Biopharm Facilities Design PME 647 Environmental Systems (HVAC) in Healthcare Manufacturing PME 649 Design of Water, Steam, and CIP Utility Systems for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing PME 653 Design of PAT Systems for Pharma Manufacturing PME 660 Medical Devices Manufacturing

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Practices

PME 530 Intro to Pharmaceutical Manufacturing PME 535 Good Manufacturing Practice in Pharmaceutical Facilities Design PME 540 Validation and Regulatory Affairs in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

PME 538 Chemical Technology Processes in API Manufacturing or PME 628 Pharmaceutical Finishing and Packaging Systems

Validation and Regulatory Affairs

PME 540 Validation and Regulatory Affairs in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing PME 541 Validation of Computerized Systems

PME 542 Regulation and Compliance in the Pharmaceutical Industry PME 560 Quality in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Design of Pharmaceutical Facilities

PME 535 Good Manufacturing Practice in Pharmaceutical Facilities Design PME 646 Biopharm Facilities Design

PME 647 Environmental Systems (HVAC) in Healthcare Manufacturing PME 649 Design of Water, Steam, and CIP Utility Systems for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Project Engineering in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

PME 535 Good Manufacturing Practice in Pharmaceutical Facilities Design

PME 643 Design and Management of Aseptic PME 551 Process Analytical Technology (PAT) in Pharmaceutical Operations

Bioprocess Systems in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

PME 535 Good Manufacturing Practice in Pharmaceutical Facilities Design

PME 609 Intro to Project Mgt for the Pharma Industry

PME 539 Bioprocess Technology in API Manufacturing

PME 646 Biopharm Facilities Design PME 643 Design and Management of Aseptic

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Project Management 12 courses, 36 credits Gain the strategic perspective on how to lead projects to achieve business value. Through the MS degree you will learn how to excel in environments where project-related decisions have long-term consequences for stakeholders. You will also develop project leadership skills to collaborate and influence constructively, build commitment effectively, and demonstrate support decisively in a global and multi-functional workplace. The program will help you master the operational perspective necessary to manage projects effectively and efficiently. And is based on the premise that finishing projects on time and within budget is no longer sufficient to meet the new challenges and rising expectations for organizational performance.

Fully Accredited by PMIŽ and GAC. The Project Management Institute (PMI), the world’s leading not-for-profit professional association for project management, and The Global Accreditation Center for Project Management (GAC), have jointly announced the accreditation of specialty graduate degree programs in Project Management at Stevens Institute of Technology.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

MGT 609 Intro to Project Management or EM 612 Project Management of Complex Systems MGT 610 Strategic Perspectives in Project Management

MGT 614 Advanced Project Management

MGT 611 Project Planning & Monitoring

SYS 660 Decision and Risk Analysis

MGT 612 Human Side of Project Leadership

EM 620 Engineering Cost Management

SDOE 680 Designing & Managing the Development Enterprise or MGT 690 Design of Complex Organizations

Graduate Certificates

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MGT 609 Intro to Project Mgt MGT 610 Strategic Perspectives in Project Mgt

MGT 612 Human Side of Project Leadership MGT 614 Advanced Project Mgt

Mgt of Broadband Communications

TM 630 Broadband Networking: Services & Technology TM 612 Regulation & Policy in the Telecom Industry

TM 631 Broadband Service Mgt TM 765 Selected Topics: Redefinition of the Communications Industry

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Practices

PME 530 Introduction to Pharma Manufacturing PME 535 Good Manufacturing Practice in Pharma Facilities Design PME 540 Validation & Regulatory Affairs in Pharma Manufacturing

PME 538 Chemical Technology Processes in API Manufacturing or PME 628 Pharma Finishing & Packaging SystemsSolid Dosage

Logistics and Supply Chain Analysis

EM 612 Project Mgt of Complex Systems SYS 670 Forecasting & Demand Modeling Systems

SYS 675 Dynamic Pricing Systems SYS 640 System Supportability and Logistics

Engineering Management

EM 600 Engineering Economics and Cost Analysis EM 605 Elements of Operations Research

EM 612 Project Mgt of Complex Systems EM 680 Designing & Managing the Development Enterprise

Systems Engineering & Architecting

SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering SYS 650 System Architecture and Design

EM 612 Project Mgt of Complex Systems SYS 605 Systems Integration

Systems Engineering Management

EM 612 Project Mgt of Complex Systems SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

SYS 660 Decision & Risk Analysis EM 680 Designing & Managing the Development Enterprise

Telecommunications Management

TM 601 Principles of Applied Telecom Technology TM 605 Probability for Telecommunications Managers

TM 610 Business Information Networks TM 612 Regulation and Policy in the Telecom Industry

Program Management

MGT 611 Project Planning & Monitoring MGT 612 Human Side of Project Leadership

MGT 613 Portfolio & Program Management SYS 660 Decision & Risk Analysis

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Security & Privacy 10 courses, 30 credits Security is one of the most important concerns in information technology today, and security experts are in high demand. Become an expert in computer and network security. The Security and Privacy Master’s degree helps you respond to the increasingly serious demands posed by private-sector and government computers and networks. Acquire basic knowledge of programming languages, computer architecture, operating systems, data structures, and algorithms. Learn how to react to immediate and long-range security attacks. Courses cover fundamentals, mathematical foundations, cryptography, and essential models, protocols, and techniques for cybersecurity. Discover the principal ingredients for authenticity, confidentiality, message integrity, and non-repudiation. The program introduces security protocols, various attacks and defenses against them, and emphasizes information security phases of inspection, protection, detection, reaction, and reflection.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

Electives

Graduate Certificates

CS 503 Discrete Mathematics for Cryptography

CS 573 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity

CS 510 Principles of Programming Languages

CS 579 Foundations of Cryptography

CS 520 Operating Systems

CS 600 Analysis of Algorithms

CS 548 Engineering of Enterprise Software Systems

CS 594 Enterprise Security and Information Assurance

CS 549 Distributed Systems

CS 693 Cryptographic Protocols

CS 561 Database Management Systems

NIS 584 Wireless Systems Security

Graduate Certificates include: Enterprise Security and Information Assurance, and Security and Privacy

“Stevens’ Web-Campus offers a 'get down to business' approach in tackling advanced, specialized topics in science and engineering. The learning starts on day one with a well-rounded approach including lectures and discussion. In workplace situations, the skills I have learned have allowed me to quickly get up to speed on any topic relating to my studies.”

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Security Management & Forensics 10 courses, 30 credits The M.S. in Security Management and Forensics provides master’s level training in security operations, security risk management and security forensics, as well as a formal means for recognition of skills in these areas. Students who successfully complete the program receive an Interdisciplinary Computer Science/Technology Management Master’s degree with a concentration in Security Management and Forensics, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Security Management and Forensics.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

CS 590 Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms

MGT 710 Risk Management Methods and Applications

CS 665 CyberSecurity Forensics

CS 694 E-business Security and Information Assurance

CS 573 Fundamentals of CyberSecurity

CS 520 Introduction to Operating Systems

MIS 645 Cybersecurity Principles for Managers

CS 561 Database Management Systems I

MIS 646 Enterprise Information Security Architectures

CS 579 Foundations of Cryptography

MIS 647 Information Security and the Law

CS 693 Cryptographic Protocols

SYS 611 Modeling and Simulation

Electives

MGT 690 Designing Complex Organizations

Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificates include: Security and Privacy, and Security Management and Forensics

“The program has provided me with a solid body of knowledge that enables me to gain mastery of the subject and excel at my workplace. The flexibility of the online courses makes it possible to combine study and work together for an ordinary working professional.”

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Service Management 12 courses, 36 credits The global economy has moved from a goods producing economy to a services producing economy. A services driven world requires differences in how to design, develop, deliver and manage. This unique Service Management program addresses the services market and provides students with the skills to meet the needs of today and tomorrow. The Service Management program is a multi-disciplinary program, drawing from information systems, system engineering, management science and computer science. It aims to improve the performance of services through the configuration of people, technology, and business, improving the predictability, productivity, and quality of services by applying scientific, management, and engineering disciplines.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

Graduate Certificates

MGT 623 Financial Management

MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management

MGT 690 Designing Complex Organizations

SMP 800 Capstone Project

Strategic Service Management

SME 610 Service Management in the Global Marke MIS 710 Process Innovation and Management

MIS 735 Managing IT Service Processes MIS 750 Managing IT Resources

Service Management Operations

SME 620 Customer Relationship Management MIS 712 BPM and Workflow Implementation

MIS 736 Managing IT Service Operations MIS 690 Supply Chain Management and Strategy

Systems Engineering and Architecture

SYS 625 Fundamentals of System Engineering SYS 650 Systems Architecture and Design

SYS 605 Systems Integration ES 677 Enterprise and Organizational Governance

“I have had a wonderful experience attending Stevens’ WebCampus. The classes are very well organized and cover the subject matter in depth. The online collaboration with other students, instructors, and the university allows me to have the academic experience without stepping foot on the physical campus. I am able to interact with other students and gain knowledge from them due to their diversity in careers, geography, and experiences. I have been in classes with students in Japan and India, something I would not be able to do if not for WebCampus. The teachers are very receptive to the students and seem to have the same open door policies that one would expect from a campus experience. I look forward to completing my Master's at Stevens.�

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Software Engineering 10 courses, 30 credits The MS program in Software Engineering emphasizes both practical software technology and the skills needed to apply software technology to the realization of high quality products on time and within budget. There is a special emphasis on the role of software subsystems in complex systems and systems-of-systems. Stevens is one of the leading institutions which is integrating systems engineering with software engineering to meet the needs of complex software systems. Whether you are a software engineer, systems engineer, software developer, software project manager, or a software entrepreneur, this case history and project-oriented program gives you a solid background in practical tools and methods with a quantitative foundation.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

Graduate Certificates

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SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering

SSW 565 Software Architecture and Component-Based Design

SSW 533 Software Estimation and Metrics

SSW 567 Software Testing, Quality Assurance & Maintenance

SSW 564 Software Requirements Analysis and Engineering

SSW 689 Software Reliability Engineering

Software Engineering

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering

SSW 533 Software Cost Estimation and Metrics

Two of the following courses: CS 573 Fundamentals of CyberSecurity SSW 564 Software Requirements Analysis and Engineering SSW 565 Software Architecture & Component-based Design

SSW 567 Software Testing, Quality Assurance and Maintenance SSW 687 Engineering of Large Software Systems SSW 689 Software Systems Reliability Theory and Practice

Systems-Centric Software Engineering

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

EM 612 Project Management of Complex Systems SSW 565 Software Architecture and Component-Based Design

Software Acquisition

SSW/ES 677 Governance of Systems EM 600 Engineering Economics & Cost Analysis SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

SYS 650 System Architecture and Design

Systems Integration

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SYS 605 Systems Integration

SSW 567 Software Testing SSW 565 Software Architecture and Component-Based Design

Software Engineering In Finance

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SSW 565 Software Architecture and Component-based Design

FE 595 Financial Systems Technology MGT 623 Financial Management or MGT 638 Corporate Finance

Financial Software Engineering

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SSW 565 Software Architecture and Componentbased Design

FE 610 Stochastic Calculus for Financial Engineers FE 620 Pricing and Hedging

SSW 687 Engineering Large Software Systems

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Space Systems Engineering 10 courses, 30 credits Learn how to design cutting edge space missions and associated products in this increasingly complex business and policy environment. From the assessment of space mission objectives and the design of mission payloads to providing hands-on opportunities to apply key space systems engineering practices, address the myriad of technical and operational issues that are unique to the space industry. This program features a rare combination of robust technical education and holistic emphasis on systems engineering principles.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Engineering Degree

Electives

Graduate Certificates include: Space Systems Engineering, and Systems Engineering

EM 612 Project Management of Complex Systems

SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

SYS 605 System Integration

SYS 650 System Architecture and Design

SYS 800 Special Topics in Systems Engineering

SYS 633 Mission & Systems Design Verification & Validation

Space Concentration

SYS 635 Human Spaceflight SYS 636 Space Launch and Transportation Systems

SYS 637 Cost-Effective Space Mission Operations SYS 638 Crew Exploration Vehicle Design Exercise

Systems Concentration

SYS 611 Modeling and Simulation SYS 645 Design for System Reliability, Maintainability, & Supportability

SYS 660 Decision and Risk Analysis

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Systems Engineering 10 courses, 30 credits Today, powerful technical, business and organizational forces are driving an increase in the complexity of systems of all types. In response, a growing number of companies are assuming the role of systems integrators. Instead of being responsible for the delivery of individual products, these companies are becoming accountable for the technical, cost and schedule performance of entire systems. With this Master’s Degree, you will be equipped to respond to these trends. Graduates from this program will be prepared to work effectively at the interface between engineering and management and to assume professional positions of increasing responsibility. This program provides an interdisciplinary approach to the design of complex systems that will be effective, reliable and supportable throughout their operational life.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Engineering Degree

Concentrations and Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificates are also available in: Financial Engineering, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Practices, and Project Management.

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SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems & Software Engineering

SYS 605 Systems Integration

SYS 650 System Architecture and Design

SYS 800 Special Problems in Systems Engineering

EM 612 Project Management of Complex Systems

and one SYS Quantitative Elective

Systems Engineering & Architecting

SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering SYS 650 System Architecture and Design

EM 612 Project Mgt of Complex Systems SYS 605 Systems Integration

Systems-Centric Software Engineering

SSW 540 Fundamentals of Software Engineering SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

EM 612 Project Mgt of Complex Systems SSW 565 Software Architecture & Component-Based Design

Space Systems Engineering

SYS 632 Designing Space Missions & Systems

SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering SYS 650 System Architecture and Design

Systems & Supportability Engineering

SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering SYS 650 System Architecture and Design

SYS 645 Design for System Reliability, Maintainability, & Supportability SYS 640 System Supportability & Logistics

Systems Engineering Management

EM 612 Project of Complex Systems SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering

SYS 660 Decision & Risk Analysis EM 680 Designing & Managing the Development Enterprise

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

EM 665 Integrated Supply Chain Management SYS 670 Forecasting & Demand Modeling Systems

SYS 611 Modeling and Simulation or EM 605 Elements of Operations Research SYS 640 System Supportability & Logistics

Enterprise Architecture & Governance

ES 679 Architecting the Extended Enterprise ES 684 Systems Thinking

SYS 681 Dynamic Modeling of Systems and Enterprises ES 677 Governing Development

Engineering Management

EM 600 Engineering Economics & Cost Analysis EM 605 Elements of Operations Research

EM 612 Project Management of Complex Systems EM 680 Designing & Managing the Development Enterprise

SYS 633 Mission & Systems Design Validation & Verification

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Telecommunications Management 12 courses, 36 credits Respond with technical and management expertise to the demanding requirements of the telecommunications industry. If you are a communications manager, vendor or consultant, responsible for planning and implementation of voice, video or data communications, this Master's program will facilitate your ability to be responsible for communications networks and systems with decisions involving large annual expenditures for acquisition, installation and maintenance of products and services.

Core Course Requirements All students must take:

Master of Science Degree

TM 601 Principles of Applied Telecommunications Technology

MGT 600 Managerial Accounting

TM 605 Probability for Telecommunications Managers

EM 600/MGT 618 Engineering Economics and Mgt Policy

TM 610 Business Information Networks

MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management

TM 612 Regulation and Policy in the Telecom Industry

Concentrations

Graduate Certificates are available in: Business Process Management, General Management, Global Innovation Management, Management of Broadband Communication & Converged Networks, Management of Wireless Networks, Project Management, Security Management & Forensics, and Wireless Communications

Telecommunications Technical Management Track

TM 611 Emerging Technologies TM 615 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing TM 616 Global Wireless Industry TM 630 Broadband Networking: Services and Technology

TM 670 Decision Analysis for Corporate Network Systems TM 675/MIS 648 Risk Analysis & Economics of Security MGT 710 Risk Management: Methods & Applications

Telecommunications Business Management Track

TM 616 Global Wireless Industry MGT 690 Designing Complex Organizations MGT 671 Technology and Innovation Management MGT 656 Quality and Process Management MIS 661 Marketing Online

MIS 662 Legal Issues for the IT Professional MIS 663 Entrepreneurship in IT TM 670 Decision Analysis for Corporate Network Systems

Management of Wireless Networks

TM 615 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing TM 616 Global Wireless Industry TM 617 Next Generation Wireless Systems

TM 618 Performance of Emerging Mobile Wireless Networks EE 584 (TM 584) Wireless Systems Security

Project Management

MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management

MGT 613 Project Management Office

MGT 610 Strategic Perspectives on Project Management MGT 611 Project Planning and Monitoring MGT 612 The Human Side of Project Leadership

MGT 614 Advanced Project Management

Advanced Certificate in Security Management & Forensics

CS 573 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity

TM 665 Cybersecurity Forensics

TM 594 Enterprise Security and Information Assurance

TM 675 Risk Analysis and Economics of Security

Global Innovation Management

MGT 630 Global Business and Markets

MGT 671 Technology and Innovation Management

MGT 650 International Business Management

MGT 673 Global Innovation Management

MGT 617 Project Quality Management

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MBA in Technology Management 20 courses, 60 credits In today's globally competitive business world, technology is essential to running nearly every business and every facet of business. It is a major factor impacting the pace of change in the business environment, which is faster today than ever before as new technologies and innovations force industries and firms to find new ways to compete and survive. For companies to succeed in this environment, they need people who posses not only business savvy, but technology expertise as well. Neither alone is sufficient. Stevens has developed an MBA program that focuses on the determinants of real value for business. With a focus on business, technology and leadership, our MBA program provides you with the knowledge, skills and leadership capability that will enable you to deliver value to your company and enhance your career.

EM = Engineering Management FE = Financial Engineering IM = Information Management ITP = IT Pharma PTM = Pharmaceutical Management PM = Project Management TM = Telecommunications Management

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MGT 600 Managerial Accounting

MGT 607 Managerial Economics

MGT 609 Introduction to Project Management

MGT 620 Statistical Models

MGT 621 Management Models

Breadth Courses

MGT 623 Financial Management

MGT 641 Marketing Management

MGT 671 Technology & Innovation Management

MGT 680 Organizational Behavior & Theory

MGT 690 Designing Complex Organizations

MGT 725 Strategic Management

MIS 661 Marketing Online

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MIS 760 Information Technology Strategy

MGT 654 Organizational Change & Development

MGT 677 Emerging Technologies

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MIS 662 Legal Issues for the IT Professional

MIS 663 Entrepreneurship in Information Technology

TM 770 Economics of Networks Elective choices

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MGT 679 Management Information Systems

MGT 656 Total Quality Management MGT 657 Operations Management

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You begin the program by taking a set of core and breadth courses, which provide an exposure to the essential areas of business. You then move to the courses comprising your concentration. Through the concentration you can design a course of study that truly meets your career objectives.

Concentrations Students select a track and then complete the core, breadth, and concentration courses within that track.

Engineering Management * Choose either SYS 611 or SYS 660

Financial Engineering *Denotes where CS 535 can be substituted

EM 605 Elements of Operations Research SYS 611 Modeling & Simulation* SYS 625 Systems Operational Effectiveness and Lifecycle Analysis

SYS 650 System Architecture and Design SYS 660 Decision & Risk Analysis* Select Additional EM Elective

FE 510 FE 590 FE 610 FE 620 FE 621

FE 630 Portfolio Theory & Applications MA 540 Introduction to Probability Theory MIS 682 Capital Markets TM 613 Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining for Telecommunications Managers

Introduction to Financial Engineering Introduction to Knowledge Engineering Stochastic Calculus for Financial Engineers Pricing & Hedging* Computational Methods in Finance

MIS 620 Analysis and Development of Information Systems* MIS 630 Data and Knowledge Management* MIS 640 Managing Information Networks* MIS 650 IT Outsourcing: Governance MIS 651 IT Outsourcing: Legal Issues MIS 652 Relationship Management in IT MIS 671 Pharma Industry Trends and Directions

MIS 672 MIS 673 MIS 681 MIS 682 MIS 683 MIS 710 MIS 730

Pharmaceutical Management

MGT 672 IP Law and Finance MGT 681 Managing Pharmaceutical R&D MGT 682 Logistics, Marketing & Sales in the Pharmaceutical Industry

MGT 683 Introduction to Pharmaceutical Manufacturing MGT 684 Regulation & Compliance in the Pharmaceutical Industry TM 675 Risk Analysis and Economics of Security

Project Management

MGT 610 Strategic Perspectives on Project Management MGT 611 Project Planning and Monitoring

MGT 612 The Human Side of Project Management MGT 614 Advanced Project Management

Telecommunications Management

TM 601 Principles of Applied Telecom TM 605 Probability & Stochastic Processes TM 610 Business Information Networks

TM 612 Regulation & Policy in the Telecom Industry TM 670 Decision Analysis for Corporate Network Systems

IT in the Pharmaceutical/ Biotech Industry

MIS 620 Analysis and Development of Information Systems MIS 630 Data and Knowledge Management MIS 640 Managing Information Networks MIS 671 Pharma Industry Trends and Directions

MIS 672 MIS 673 MIS 710 MIS 730

Information Technology Select two of the three courses marked with an asterisk (*) in this section

Pharma Industry Research and Development Pharma Industry Supply Chain Financial Services, Trends, and Issues Capital Markets Financial Services Back Office Process and Innovation Management Integrating IS Technologies

Pharma Industry Research and Development Pharma Industry Supply Chain Process and Innovation Management Integrating IS Technologies

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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Stevens’ WebCampus offers 61 Graduate Certificate programs. Each of these programs is a self-contained and highly-focused series of instructor-led classes designed to provide you with a foundation of strategic knowledge and practical skills to enhance your career. 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. Graduate Certificate programs consist of 4 courses. While pursuing a Graduate Certificate, you may apply to enter a Stevens Masters Degree or MBA program. All of the credits earned for your Graduate Certificate can be applied towards the corresponding Masters Degree or MBA.

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Graduate Certificate Programs: Atmospheric and Environmental Science and Engineering

Microelectronics

Biomedical Engineering

Microelectronics and Photonics

Bioprocess Systems in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Multimedia Technology

Business Process Management and Service Innovation

Networked Information Systems

Computer Graphics

Pharmaceutical Management

Computer Systems

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Practices

Construction Management

Photonics

Database Management Systems

Professional Communications

Design of Pharmaceutical Facilities

Project Engineering in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Digital Signal Processing

Project Management for the Life Sciences Industries

Engineering Management

Project Management

Entrepreneurial Information Management

Secure Network Systems Design

Enterprise Security and Information Assurance

Security and Privacy

Financial Engineering

Security Management and Forensics

Financial Software Engineering

Service Management Operations

Foundations of Computer Science

Software Acquisition

General Management

Software Design

Global Innovation Management

Software Engineering

Healthcare IT Management

Software Engineering in Finance

Healthcare Leadership and Management

Space Systems Engineering

Information Security Certificate

Strategic Service Management

IT for the Pharmaceutical Industry

Systems and Supportability Engineering

IT Outsourcing

Systems Centric Software Engineering

Logistics and Supply Chain Analysis

Systems Engineering and Architecting

Management Information Systems

Systems Engineering Management

Management of Broadband Communication and Converged Networks

Systems Integration

Management of Wireless Networks

Telecommunications Management

Managing IT Services

Validation and Regulatory Affairs

Microdevices and Microsystems

Wireless Communications

Technology Management

A complete list of Graduate Certificates, including those offered online, on campus, and on-site at corporate locations, is available at

www.stevens.edu/sit/graduate/academic_programs/certificates.cfm.

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Make the Connection The world has changed – and so has its workforce. The spoils go to those who think without limits, draw ideas from anywhere, partner with ease, and make astounding connections. If you learn how to do all that, you’ll be poised to thrive for years to come. Do all of that and more at Stevens – flexibly and conveniently – by acquiring a supremely relevant body of knowledge and the tools to put it into play.

Applying to Stevens You can apply to Stevens online at www.stevens.edu/graduate. Items needed to complete an application include: • Completed application • Two letters of recommendation • Official transcripts from college(s) you have attended • Application fee of $60, made payable to Stevens Institute of Technology • GRE and GMAT Exams, if required* • TOEFL (for international students only) * All students applying for admission into the MBA programs must take the GMAT or GRE exam. Applicants to the MBA program require a GMAT score >500 (or 550 for the Financial Engineering major) to be considered for admission. Other than for PhD or MBA programs, these tests are not generally required for US students.

Enrolling as a Non-Matriculating Student If you wish to start taking online classes as soon as possible, but will not have all your application materials available three weeks before the start of the semester, you can take a class as a Non-Matriculating student, pending review. Enrolling at Stevens with a non-matriculating status does not guarantee that you will be accepted into the certificate program.

Technical Requirements To participate as a WebCampus.Stevens online graduate student, you will need to have access to hardware and software with certain minimum features. A complete list of requirements can be found online at http://webcampus.stevens.edu/requirements.aspx.

Corporate Programs Stevens is among the nation’s premier technological universities and a leading provider of strategic learning programs for global corporations in management, information technology, engineering and business education. Stevens’ corporate programs build on this tradition by customizing leading courses to your company’s objectives with practical case studies and relevant examples to provide your employees with skills that they can use to immediately see results. Stevens’ faculty are committed to delivering a continuum of enterprise-wide education and training for your diverse corporate human capital needs. Depending on your company’s objectives, Stevens offers on-site, online, and hybrid delivery formats.

Contact Us Admissions Questions or WebCampus Technical Questions 800.496.4935 or webcampus@stevens.edu Corporate Program Questions 201.216.5510 or corporate@stevens.edu Online Resources www.stevens.edu www.stevens.edu/sit/graduate http://webcampus.stevens.edu

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Co-Sponsors WebCampus partners with several leading professional industry organizations. Members of these partner societies are eligible to receive rebates for any WebCampus courses that they successfully complete. This can lead to a savings of thousands of dollars over the course of a Master’s Degree program. WebCampus students who wish to apply for special tuition rates through this option should add their information to the Professional Society Registry at http://webcampus.stevens.edu/webcampus-rebate.aspx. Current WebCampus Co-Sponsors AACE International. Since 1956, AACE International, the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering, has provided its members with the resources they need to enhance their performance and ensure continued growth and success. With about 5,500 members worldwide, AACE International serves cost management professionals: cost managers and engineers, project managers, planners and schedulers, estimators and bidders, and value engineers. ACM. Founded in 1947, the Association for Computing Machinery, ACM is a major force in advancing the skills of information technology professionals and students worldwide. Today, its 80,000 members and the public turn to ACM for the industry’s leading Portal to Computing Literature, authoritative publications and pioneering conferences, providing leadership for the 21st century. AIAA. The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) was founded in 1963 when the American Interplanetary Society and the Institute of Aeronautical Science merged. Today, with more than 31,000 members, AIAA is the world's largest professional society devoted to the progress of engineering and science in aviation, space, and defense. The Institute continues to be the principal voice, information resource, and publisher for aerospace engineers, scientists, managers, policymakers, students, and educators. AIChE. The American Institute of Chemical Engineers, AIChE, is a professional association of more than 40,000 members that provides leadership in advancing the chemical engineering profession. AIChE fosters and disseminates chemical engineering knowledge, supports the professional and personal growth of its members, and applies the expertise of its members to address societal needs throughout the world. ASCE. Founded in 1852, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) represents more than 137,500 members of the civil engineering profession worldwide and is America’s oldest national engineering society. ASCE’s vision is to position engineers as global leaders building a better quality of life. ASCE’s mission is to provide essential value to its members, their careers, its partners and the public by developing leadership, advancing technology, advocating lifelong learning, and promoting the profession.

ASME. Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, today’s ASME is a 120,000member professional organization focused on technical, educational and research issues of the engineering and technology community. ASME sets internationally recognized industrial and manufacturing codes and standards ASME’s vision is to be the premier organization for promoting the art, science, and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences to its diverse communities throughout the world. IEEE. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) is a nonprofit technical professional association of more than 360,000 individual members in approximately 175 countries. Through its members, the IEEE is a leading authority in technical areas ranging from computer engineering, biomedical technology, and telecommunications to electric power, aerospace, and consumer electronics, among others. IEEE’s vision is to advance global prosperity by fostering technological innovation, enabling members’ careers and promoting community worldwide. ISPE. The International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) is the world's largest not-for-profit association dedicated to educating and advancing pharmaceutical manufacturing professionals and their industry. Founded in 1980, today ISPE serves 25,000 Members in 90 countries. An independent, non-lobbying organization led by the world's top pharmaceutical manufacturing professionals, ISPE provides a neutral environment for experts, technologists, regulators, consultants, and students to exchange ideas and practical experience. NECA. The National Exchange Carrier Association (NECA) was formed by the FCC in 1983 to perform telephone industry tariff filings and revenue distributions following the breakup of AT&T. NECA administers the FCC’s access charge plan for its 1,150-member telephone companies. NECA provides the following services to its member companies: files access charge tariffs with the FCC, collect and validates cost and revenue data, ensures compliance with FCC rules, distributes revenues from access charges among pool members based on each company’s costs of providing interstate access, processes FCC Regulatory Fees and offers training and education on a wide variety of telecom topics.

NSPE. The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) is the only engineering society that represents individual engineering professionals and licensed engineers (PEs) across all disciplines. Founded in 1934, NSPE strengthens the engineering profession by promoting engineering licensure and ethics, enhancing the engineer image, advocating and protecting PEs’ legal rights at the national and state levels, publishing news of the profession, providing continuing education opportunities, and much more. PUTMAN. Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and PharmaManufacturing.com are dedicated to professionals who scale up and manufacture pharmaceuticals, vaccines and other therapies. These professionals operate and design drug manufacturing plants, ensure that the drug supply is safe and sufficient, that new drugs are brought to market as effectively as possible, and that FDA regulations are consistently met. Our mission is to share “best practices,” and the science and technology that are allowing drug companies to optimize product quality while reducing drug manufacturing costs, currently $90 billion/year. ROA. The Reserve Officers Association (ROA) represents members of the seven United States uniformed services. Founded in 1922, and chartered by Congress in 1950, ROA’s mission is to "...support and promote the development and execution of a military policy for the United States that will provide adequate National Security." ROA provides a wide range of professional and personal benefits, including professional development workshops, mentoring programs, and a career center to meet the unique needs of its members. SIM. Since 1968, The Society for Information Management (SIM) has inspired the minds of the most prestigious IT leaders in the industry. Highly regarded as the premier network for IT leadership, SIM is a community of thought leaders who share experiences and rich intellectual capital, and who explore future IT direction. The SIM Vision is to be recognized as the community that is most preferred by IT leaders for delivering vital knowledge that creates business value and enables personal development. SNAME. The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers is an internationally recognized nonprofit technical professional society of individual members serving the maritime and offshore industries and their suppliers. SNAME is dedicated to advancing the art, science, and practice of naval architecture, shipbuilding, and marine engineering, encouraging the exchange and recording of information, sponsoring applied research, offering career guidance and supporting education, and enhancing the professional status and integrity of its membership.

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