Stevens Institute Of Technology

Stevens Institute Of Technology

Stevens Institute of Technology is a technological university located in Hoboken, New Jersey. It was established in 1870. Stevens is the nation's fourth oldest technological university. The institute is known for its rigorous engineering, science and technological management courses. Its main campus is spread across an area of 55 acres.

Stevens fields several men's and women's sports teams, including baseball, basketball and wrestling. Many students of the institute have gone on to become famous. Among them are Edward G. Amoroso, Vice President of Network Security AT&T Virginia P. Ruesterholz, President of Verizon Telecom; and Richard Reeves, Emmy Award winner.

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Information Technology
Computer Science
Computer Systems Networking And Telecommunications
Network And System Administration/Administrator
Computer And Information Systems Security/Information Assurance
Web/Multimedia Management And Webmaster
Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services, Other
Engineering, General
Bioengineering And Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering, General
Structural Engineering
Computer Engineering, General
Computer Software Engineering
Electrical And Electronics Engineering
Engineering Physics/Applied Physics
Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Naval Architecture And Marine Engineering
Ocean Engineering
Systems Engineering
Polymer/Plastics Engineering
Construction Engineering
Engineering, Other
General Literature
Liberal Arts And Sciences/Liberal Studies
Humanities/Humanistic Studies
Mathematics, General
Applied Mathematics, General
Science, Technology And Society
Chemistry, General
Physics, General
Materials Science
Physical Sciences, Other
Fine Arts And Art Studies, Other
Music Technology
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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