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STEVENSONLINE IS A 7-TIME WINNER OF THE 21ST CENTURY DISTANCE LEARNING AWARD BY THE U.S. DISTANCE LEARNING ASSOCIATION.

ONLINE DATA-DRIVEN GRADUATE DEGREES FOR TECHNICAL LEADERS

GRE/GMAT NOT REQUIRED

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Program Benefits

Our online graduate programs are designed with online learners in mind and feature individualized student support, direct access to world-class faculty, and flexibility for how and where you study.

Access to Top Hiring Companies

Many of our graduates have found opportunities with some of the biggest names in business and technology including Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Bloomberg.

Connect with Industry Experts

Our online students have direct access to faculty who bring industry expertise to the programs and offer real-world insights in the classroom.

Emphasis on Emerging Technology

Master new tools that will help you refine products, services and strategies in a business ecosystem undergoing constant, technology-driven change.

Online Program Comparison

Learn more about the difference between the computer science, data science, and business intelligence and analytics programs.

Computer Science

Ranked #8 in the nation for “Best Online Master’s in Information Technology Programs” in 2021 by U.S. News & World Report, the Online Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) at Stevens offers you a curriculum aligned with high-demand areas such as software development, web programming, mobile systems and applications, cloud computing, human-computer interaction and enterprise software design.

10 courses, 30 credits, 5 terms

Bachelor of Science required

Minimum 3.0 GPA

Some programming experience, passion for problem-solving and a drive to innovate for technological progress

Many of our graduates have gone on to work as computer systems analysts, programmers, database administrators, software developers, software quality assurance testers and web developers

Data Science

Learn how to transform big data into business decisions with our Online Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS). Our MSDS offers you a curriculum aligned with high-demand areas. Students will develop skills to become data scientists who can make informed decisions using Python, R, SQL, Hadoop, Hive, TensorFlow, machine learning, deep learning, predictive modeling and more.

10 courses, 30 credits, 5 terms

Bachelor of Science degree with more than one year of mathematics coursework (including calculus) required

Minimum 3.0 GPA

Some programming experience

Many of our graduates have gone on to work as data scientists, data analysts, statisticians, network engineers, AI research scientists and data analytics specialists

Business Intel & Analytics

Trains students to understand both the business implications of big data and the technology that makes that data useful. Our highly technical curriculum includes courses on machine learning, web mining, marketing analytics and big data technologies, including Hadoop and Hbase.

12 courses, 30 credits, 2 years to complete on average

Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree in science, mathematics, computer science, engineering or a related discipline, with at least one semester of calculus and one semester of basic probability, hypothesis testing and estimation

Minimum 3.0 GPA

Graduates are prepared to work as marketing managers, market research analysts, financial analysts and management analysts

Career Outlook

Job Title
Employed
Average Income
Job Title: Computer and Information Systems Manager
Employed: 485,190
Average Income: $162,930
Job Title: Software Developer
Employed: 1,364,180
Average Income: $120,990
Job Title: Information Security Analyst
Employed: 157,220
Average Income: $113,270
Job Title: Data Scientist
Employed: 105,980
Average Income: $108,660
Job Title: Financial and Investment Analysts
Employed: 291,880
Average Income: $103,020
Job Title: Computer Systems Analyst
Employed: 505,150
Average Income: $102,210

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2021

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21st Century Distance Learning Award by the United States Distance Learning Association

#13
BEST CAREER PLACEMENT

Princeton Review (2022)

#14
BEST VALUE

Ranked #14 among "Best Value Colleges" by Payscale (2021)

WORLD CLASS FACULTY

Why Choose Stevens

All three of our data-oriented online programs are designed and led by the same distinguished faculty as our on-campus offerings. As an online student, you will connect with your professors during weekly live lectures and gain insights from course instructors who are industry thought leaders and active researchers.

Three peers analyzing data on a computer screen.

EARLY SUBMIT DEADLINE IS MAY 23, 2022

The Stevens Advantage

In a global market increasingly reliant on technology, data and analytics, you need more than the traditional management toolkit. Learn to leverage data to make strategic business decisions through the 100% Online Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS), Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) or Master of Science in Business Intelligence & Analytics at Stevens Institute of Technology.

Our online graduate degrees will advance your technical skills and ability to lead your team or organization to success. Gain the competitive edge you need to progress in your career with innovative data tools and methodologies while learning to think critically about the implications of your data and how to communicate the results. The part-time, online programs are led by industry executives and academics who will prepare you for success as both an analyst and entrepreneur.

Frequently Asked Questions

GRE/GMAT test scores are not required. No official test scores are required to apply to the Online M.S. in Data Science.

Online programs are offered at a part-time pace, allowing enrolled students to continue to work full time while pursuing their master's. Students in our online programs will spend a combined average of 9-12 hours per week on live lectures, asynchronous course material and assignments, though this is subject to change each semester based on individual student course load.

Students in our online programs are held to the same standards as our residential students. While online programs are offered at a part-time pace, the curriculum and rigor of the programs match that of our residential programs. All Stevens Institute of Technology graduates receive the same degree designation and your diploma will not reflect the modality of coursework.

Yes. Students have a variety of options to fund their education. We encourage you to consult with the Office of Financial Aid or a financial advisor when determining the best way to fund your education.

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