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Founding & MissionStevens Institute of Technology was founded in 1870 as a legacy of Americas first family of inventors.
Founding & Mission
Stevens Institute of Technology creates new knowledge and educates and inspires students to acquire the competencies needed to lead in scientific discovery and in the creation, application and management of technology to solve complex problems and to build new enterprises.
Notable AlumniFor 140 years, Stevens has been educating future innovators, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders. Our alumni range from inventors of modern-day products to Nobel prize winners.
Academics Average GPA (undergraduate): 3.8 Student-Faculty Ratio: 7:1 More than 30 undergraduate majors (list), 40 Masters degree programs, 17 PhD programs, 100+ graduate certificates
Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering & ScienceThis school is dedicated to educating students to have the breadth and depth required to lead in their chosen profession, rounded out with unparalleled access to practical research, renowned faculty and experiential learning opportunities.
School of Systems& Enterprises
SSE emphasizes global partnerships in systems- and enterprises-related research and education with industry and government.
Howe School of Technology ManagementThe Howe School vision is to be a leader in the creation and dissemination of knowledge that drives successful innovation in products, processes and businesses, and then bring that innovation to market.
The College of Arts & LettersThe mission of the College of Arts & Letters (CAL) is to study and teach the humanities, social sciences, and the arts uniquely by taking science and technology studies as points of departure. CAL is built on the belief that considerations of science and technology can and ought to be infused into the traditional disciplines of the humanities.
Washington, D.C.Stevens is committed to developing programs tailored to meet the complex educational needs and demands of the U.S. government sector and private industry in the area.
WebCampusOur award-winning WebCampus brings graduate programs to students worldwide in a convenient and flexible environment.
AdmissionsAcceptance Rate: 45%Avg. SATs: 1180-1350 (w/o essay)Avg. Salary upon Graduation: $61,050 - Class of 2010Summer programs: (pre-college) ECOES, The Euclid Program; (undergraduate) Scholars Program, Technogenesis Summer Scholars, summer sessionsStudent Body: 2,234 undergraduates; 3,700 graduates
Research & EntrepreneurshipThe premise of the capstone senior design project: the nexus of invention, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Students use this unique opportunity to gain professional mentorship and apply their hard work and research to a real-world need. Senior Design
Stevens has been named aNational Center of Excellence inSystems Engineering Researchby the U.S. Department of Defense.Research & Entrepreneurship
Stevens has been chosen by theU.S. Department of Homeland Security as aNational Center of Excellence in Port Security Research.Research & Entrepreneurship
The Office of Naval Research has invested significant funding for the Atlantic Center for the Innovative Design and Control of Small Ships (ACCeSS) at Stevens.Research & Entrepreneurship
Stevens is ranked #3 by Forbes.com among U.S. Research universities for the high percentage on its research investment.Research & Entrepreneurship
Athletics Baseball (Men) Basketball (Men & Women) Cross Country (Men & Women) Equestrian (Women) Fencing (Men & Women) Field Hockey (Women) Swimming (Men & Women ) Tennis (Men & Women) Track and Field (Men & Women) Volleyball (Men & Women) Wrestling (Men) Golf (Men) Indoor Track & Field (Men & Women) Lacrosse (Men & Women) Soccer (Men & Women) Softball (Women)Division III Athletics
2008 Jostens Institution of the Yearfor academic & athletic excellence
Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC)
Rank 38th in NACDA Directors Cup standing for 2008-09 and 2009-10
25 teams with a GPA of 3.0 or better
Student LifeStudent Organizations
The innovation started in the 1830s with Coronel John Stevens and his son Edwin. This innovation resulted in many historic achievements, including contributions in fields such as steamboats, railroads, and naval warfare. Specific achievement include: First steamboat with twin propellersOutfitting of warshipsDesign of the first I-shaped railYacht design*Notable examples:
Future Nobel Prize winner Frederick Reines, who received the honor for the detection of the neutrino, graduated in 1939
Eugene McDermott, founder of Texas Instruments, graduated from Stevens in 1953
Stevens alumnus Alfred Fielding (39) invented Bubble Wrap in 1957
Stevens alumnus Alexander Calder (19) sculpted the Stevens Mobile, now hanging in The Great Hall of the Samuel C. Williams Library on campus
Full list available on request*SSE brings together faculty who are industry experts and practitioners, researchers, and academics, and students who are committed to learning, in a dynamic, diverse and engaged community.*The Howe School of Technology Management is one of the worlds preeminent institutions in the education of professionals who lead and manage technological advances in business processes around the world. *Graduate programs in Systems Engineering, Project Management, Space Systems Engineering, Systems Engineering Security, Software Engineering, Systems-Centric Software Engineering, Applied Project Management, and Maritime Security are offered at our Washington, D.C. location.
Classroom, office, and study facilities located in the acclaimed Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center*Students from 43 states and 42 countries have taken Stevens classes through WebCampus, which recently received the 2010 US Distance Learning Associations most prestigious award in distance learning.*Using what theyve learned in the classroom, students apply their knowledge to an intensive design project, guided by a faculty advisor and sponsored by an industry partner.
Often, senior design projects go on to receive patents and move forward in the process of commercialization. *