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Stevens Executive MBA Program Structure

Designed for employed professionals with several years of work experience, Stevens Institute of Technology Executive MBA classes meet every other Saturday and are conducted in cohort fashion. The Stevens Executive MBA program requires roughly three years to complete.

Two classes are taken each fall and spring for all three years. Two classes are also taken during the summer year one and year two.


The Stevens Executive MBA program is designed to leverage students’ past experiences to prepare them for management roles through a program that emphasizes group project work and technology analysis. The program consists of a set curriculum of 18 classes, including Team Leadership Development, Financial Management, Design Thinking, Corporate Finance, and Global Markets and Business.

Class Profile

Executive MBA classes at Stevens are split about evenly by gender. Students come from a wide variety of backgrounds and more than 60 countries with a 50-50 split between international and U.S. students. The average age of Executive MBA students at Stevens is 34. Though the minimum work experience requirement is five years, many Stevens Executive MBA students have closer to 10 or 12 years of professional experience.


Stevens’ Office of Career Development offers MBA students career exploration programs, experiential education opportunities, career planning workshops and individual counseling. The service also offers corporate site visits and on-campus recruiting opportunities.

Tuition & Financial Aid

Like the Stevens’ traditional MBA, the Executive MBA costs $17,247 per semester. A limited number of assistantships and fellowships are awarded to candidates on a merit basis. Federal financial aid may be available to students as well.

Admissions Procedures

Five years of work experience is required for Stevens Executive MBA applicants. Applicants must also provide two letters of recommendation, an official transcript from each academic institution attended, official conferment of bachelor’s degree, current résumé and a competitive GMAT or GRE score.

International students must also submit a competitive TOEFL score.

All applicants must submit a $60 application fee.

Application Deadlines


April 15 (International)
June 1


November 1 (International)
November 30

To receive fellowship consideration, students applying in the fall must apply by March 15. Those entering in the spring must apply by October 15.

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