MANAGE TECHNICAL PROJECTS ACROSS THE ENTERPRISE

Technical Professionals, Dynamic Leaders

Start Earning
Your Master’s Today.

 The opportunities to bring strategic technical, business and managerial perspectives to complex systems has widened, opening the doors for project management organizations and professionals on a global scale. 

The Master’s in Enterprise Project Management at Stevens Institute of Technology goes beyond traditional tools, tactics and certification prep to provide working professionals a platform to develop critical PM skills to move up the ladder, faster. The advanced online program has been designed by the same award-winning on-campus faculty who’ve adapted the curriculum for distance learners. This approach ensures all students receive the same tools, resources and support no matter where they are. Graduate students will develop a project management methodology, best practices and standards to serve as leaders of process and results in a digital-first industry. A focus on providing tangible, long-term business value, agile strategies and technical proficiency serves as a critical opportunity for experienced technical professionals to apply lessons from the program to become effective managers. 

	9.7 million job openings
in Manufacturing
and Construction

9.7 million job openings in Manufacturing and Construction

“The Enterprise Project Management program does not just lead to another degree, it teaches you the real-life experience of what is needed in order to be an effective project manager.” 


- Damir Alic ‘17

Request more Information.

Request more
Information.

Loading...

STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY -  © 2018

Stevens Institute of Technology is a premier, private research university in Hoboken, New Jersey with a long history of innovation in engineering, technology and business fueled by close collaboration with industry.

STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY -  © 2018

Stevens Institute of Technology is a premier, private research university in Hoboken, New Jersey with a long history of innovation in engineering, technology and business fueled by close collaboration with industry.

The Babbio Center for Technology Management at Stevens is a hub for advances in business, technology and engineering. This state-of-the-art facility is part of our 55-acre waterfront campus, which has been an engine of innovation for more than 145 years.

TRANSFORMING TECHNICAL
PROFESSIONALS INTO
DYNAMIC LEADERS

Transfer knowledge from your existing role to bridge cultural and organizational gaps with the right skills, tools and resources.

Gain a big picture view on high-touch, high-tech systems through cross-functional leadership.

Develop subject matter expertise that connects business and           technology know-how with real-world practicality.

Manage limited resources to create maximum value to your organization.

EARN YOUR DEGREE FROM
A TOP-RANKED UNIVERSITY

Best Colleges US News
USDLA

U.S. News & World Report – Ranked 28th for Non-MBA Online  Business Program in the U.S.

USDLA (United States Distance Learning Association) – 21st Century Award for Best Practice and Distance Learning (7 times in 10 years)

EXPLORE NEW PATHS IN ENTERPRISE PROJECT MANAGEMENT

According to the latest PMI study, by 2027, the United States will face a shortfall of nearly 90 million project managers able to keep complex technical initiatives on schedule – and on budget. Understand the sectors where project management demand is expected to increase over the next decade.

5.5 million job openings
in Information Services
and Publishing

5.5 million job openings in Information Services and Publishing

4.6 million job openings
in Finance and Insurance

4.6 million job openings in Finance and Insurance

49,000 job openings
in Oil and Gas

49,000 job openings in Oil and Gas

279,000 job openings in Utilities

279,000 job openings
in Utilities
1.7 million job openings
in Management and
Professional Services

1.7 million job openings in Management and Professional Services

EARN YOUR DEGREE FROM
A TOP-RANKED UNIVERSITY

EXPLORE NEW PATHS IN ENTERPRISEP ROJECT MANAGEMENT

According to the latest PMI study, by 2027, the United States will face a shortfall of nearly 90 million project managers able to keep complex technical initiatives on schedule – and on budget. Understand the sectors where project management demand is expected to increase over the next decade.

Best Colleges US News

U.S. News & WorldReport – Ranked #1 for Job Placement Upon Graduation

*Source: Project Management Institute Job Growth and Talent Gap 2012 Analysis

TRANSFORMING TECHNICAL
PROFESSIONALS INTO DYNAMIC LEADERS

Start Earning
Your Master’s Today.