STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYACADEMIC CATALOG2018-2019ARE YOUINSPIRED?stevens.edu
TABLE OF CONTENTSABOUT1OUR HISTORY & MISSION2ACCREDITATION4ACADEMIC INTEGRITY5 Honor System for Undergraduate Students6 Graduate Student Code of Academic Integrity6STUDENT LIFE8 Undergraduate Student Life9 Student Government Association (SGA)9 Graduate Student Affairs10 Graduate Student Council (GSC)10 Athletics11STUDENT SERVICES12 Undergraduate Academics13 Academic Support Center (ASC)13 Graduate Academics14 Writing & Communications Center14 International Student and Scholar Services15 Registrar15 Office of Financial Aid16 Office of Student Accounts16 Student Health Center16 Counseling and Psychological Services17 Disability Services17 Career Center18 Residence Life19ClickStevens Institute of Technology 2018-2019to return to Table of Contents
UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION21 Applying for Admissions22 Degree Programs25 Bachelor’s Degree Programs25 Special Degree Programs26 Accelerated Degree Programs27 Approaches To Learning28 The Freshman Experience28 The Pinnacle Scholars Program28 Stevens Technical Enrichment Program (STEP)29 Cooperative Education29 Preparing for a Career in the Health Professions30 ROTC32 Sponsored Senior Design Program32 Study Abroad32 Undergraduate Procedures and Requirements34 Grade Scale34 Examinations35 Grade Point Averages35 Grade Changes35 Graduation Honors35 Graduation Requirements35 Advanced Placement36 IB Placement37 Course Options38 Reduced Load Program39 English Language Requirement for International Students40 Online Graduate Courses for Undergraduate Students40 Non-matriculated Students40 Academic Leave of Absence/Withdrawal from Stevens40 Administrative Leave of Absence41 Physical Education (P.E.) Requirements42Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-2019
GRADUATE EDUCATION43 Applying for Admissions44 Degree Programs45 Master’s Programs45 Engineer Programs46 Doctoral Programs46 Interdisciplinary Programs47 Graduate Certificate Programs48 Online Programs48 Graduate Procedures and Requirements48 Academic Standing48 Grade Point Average48 Special Grades49 Grade Changes50 Graduation Requirements50 Transferring Credits50 Course Options50 English Language Proficiency Requirements for International Students51 Non-matriculated Students51 Academic Leave of Absence/Withdrawal from Stevens52 Administrative Leave of Absence52TUITION AND FEES53 Tuition, Fees & Other Expenses for Undergraduate Students54 Tuition, Fees & Other Expenses for Graduate Students58FINANCIAL AID61 Financing a Stevens Education62 Undergraduate Student Financial Aid Information62 Institutional Financial Aid Programs62 Federal Financial Aid Programs63 State of New Jersey Financial Aid Programs65 Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)66 Graduate Student Financial Information68 Financial Aid SourcesStevens Institute of Technology 2018-201968
SCHAEFER SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE71 Undergraduate Programs72 Department of Biomedical Engineering89 Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology105 Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science138 Department of Civil, Environmental, & Ocean Engineering163 Department of Computer Science217 Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering260 Department of Mathematical Sciences324 Department of Mechanical Engineering348 Department of Physics386SCHOOL OF SYSTEMS AND ENTERPRISES (SSE)419 Faculty & Affiliates420 Undergraduate Programs422 Graduate Programs434 Course Offerings452SCHOOL OF BUSINESS471 Faculty472 Undergraduate Programs475 Graduate Programs502 Course Offerings537COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS575 Faculty577 Undergraduate Programs579 Graduate Programs603 Course Offerings604Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-2019
ABOUTThe Academic Catalog is a resource designed to help students prepare for and plan their studies. The Academic Catalogcontains information about undergraduate and graduate education including information about each degree and programoffered and the requirements and curricula for earning each degree. It also contains information on academic proceduresand requirements, financial aid, student life, student services and university policies.It is the personal responsibility of each student to acquire a working knowledge of all pertinent information set forth in theAcademic Catalog.The policies and requirements listed in the Catalog are in effect for the entirety of the listed academic year. The edition ofthe Catalog that contains a student’s degree and graduation requirements is determined by their academic year of entry orreentry and academic year of acceptance to their major or program. Archived catalogs are available online or by contactingthe Office of the Registrar.Stevens Institute of Technology reserves the right to change the information, regulations, requirements, procedures andpolicies announced in this catalog including but not limited to: requirements for admission; graduation or degrees; scheduling;credit or content of courses; fees; and calendars.School and departmental websites and departmental curricular and course information are maintained independently and donot necessarily reflect university-approved curricula and course information. In case of discrepancies between departmentalinformation and the Academic Catalog, the Academic Catalog is considered definitive.Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-20191
OUR HISTORY & MISSIONFounded in 1870 by “America’s First Family of Inventors,” the Stevens family, Stevens Institute of Technology is a premiertechnological research university with a legacy of leadership in fields including engineering, finance, cybersecurity andcoastal resilience.Stevens graduates co-founded both General Motors and Texas Instruments, engineered the world’s first urban power plant,engineered and erected the steel frames of New York City’s Empire State Building and Chrysler Building, and directedthe design and preparation of spacecraft modules for NASA’s Apollo moon launch missions. From Frederick WinslowTaylor, the father of scientific management, and Mark Crispin (inventor of the IMAP email protocol), to Nobel Prize-winningphysicist Frederick Reines (discoverer of the neutrino, confirming the ‘big bang’ theory), artist Alexander Calder (inventorof the hanging art form known as the mobile), award-winning journalist and political commentator Richard Reeves andcloud-software pioneer Gregory Gianforte, Stevens has produced a long line of technical and business leaders, innovatorsand entrepreneurs.Stevens laboratories and facilities continue to enable groundbreaking research. The Davidson Laboratory features the fastestwave tank complex located at a U.S. university and has played a role in virtually every major maritime and coastal engineeringadvance of the past century and a half, including the development of modern submarines and the re-engineering of Apollospace capsules. The Hanlon Financial Systems Lab features a state-of-the-art simulated Wall Street trading room complete withBloomberg terminals streaming real-time market data and a full suite of leading-edge software tools for financial analysis. TheSystems Engineering Research Center (SERC), a Stevens-led consortium of approximately twenty institutions, is supportedby the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), producing important insights in the creation and evolution of complex systems andthe development of systems engineers. The Immersion Lab enables high-definition visualization of complex concepts anddata for professional audiences and non-professional audiences and stakeholders. Stevens is home to three National Centersfor Excellence, research facilities selected by the U.S. government to lead national research, development and educationefforts to address critical global needs including port security, ship design and development and systems engineering.The Stevens mission is clear:To inspire, nurture and educate leaders in tomorrow’s technology-centric environment whilecontributing to the solution of the most challenging problems of our time.Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-20192
OUR HISTORY & MISSIONWe believe that the solutions to many of the critical problems that face humanity can be found in the improved use andunderstanding of technology, and that it is our duty to produce engineers, scientists and business leaders prepared for thischallenge. This vision is embodied in our Stevens curriculum, which uniquely blends hands-on innovation, entrepreneurshipand marketing education with engineering and technical training with the goal of helping students learn to think outsideof the box and develop real-world products, services, applications and intellectual property. Stevens’ small size and multidisciplinary environment provides students and researchers alike the opportunity to continually collaborate in projects thatcut across departmental lines.Our vision — outlined in our strategic plan, “The Future. Ours to Create.” — is to become a premier, student-centrictechnological research university.We will achieve this goal through five key strategic priorities: Student-Centricity. Stevens will place an extraordinary emphasis on the development of its students, theiracademic and leadership development, career preparation and personal growth. Excellence in All We Do. Stevens will maintain an unrelenting commitment to excellence in all that it does. Through Collaboration, Impact. Building on our agility and collaborative spirit, Stevens will break down internalbarriers to collaborative education and research to maximize the impact of the work of our faculty and students. Technology at Our Core. Proud of our legacy, we will embrace the power of technology as a differentiator to offera distinctive educational experience to our students, drive our research and scholarship programs, devise novelteaching and learning methods and enhance our administrative, outreach and communication activities. Strengthened Reputation, Increased Prestige. Stevens alumni, faculty and research have made a significantpositive impact on the world for more than 140 years. We will continue to ensure that our graduates continue toplay a critical role in solving the technology-based problems of the future.Stevens will directly address key areas of societal and global interest including healthcare and medicine, STEM (science,technology, engineering and mathematics) education, finance, coastal resilience and systems engineering through acomprehensive research program and new course and degree offerings.As we move forward into the future together — a future that will be defined by the nation’s and the world’s appropriate andethical use of technology for societal benefit — Stevens will continue to be at the forefront of discovery and innovation, andwe will continue to train designers, inventors, managers and leaders for this exciting new era.Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-20193
ACCREDITATIONThe Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, an institutional accreditingagency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation,accredits Stevens Institute of Technology. Stevens Institute of Technology has been continually accredited by the MiddleStates Commission on Higher Education since 1927. The most recent Middle States action reaffirmed Stevens’ accreditationuntil 2018 and commended Stevens for the quality of the periodic review report and process.The following programs at Stevens are currently accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology(ABET): biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, electricalengineering, environmental engineering, engineering management, mechanical engineering, and engineering with navalengineering concentration.The chemistry and chemical biology program at Stevens is approved by The American Chemical Society (ACS), acongressionally chartered independent membership organization which represents professionals at all degree levels and inall fields of chemistry and sciences that involve chemistry. The Chemistry Bachelor of Science Degree is certified by ACS andthe Chemical Biology Bachelor of Science Degree can also be certified if certain courses are completed.All of Stevens’ undergraduate and graduate business programs are accredited by AACSB, placing Stevens among the5 percent of business schools globally to earn this distinction. AACSB provides internationally recognized, specializedaccreditation for business and accounting programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. Some Stevens master’sdegree programs in project management are accredited by the PMI Global Accreditation Center for Project ManagementEducation Programs. This accreditation publicly confirms these programs meet comprehensive quality standards withinacademic degree programs related to project management, and that they can prepare students for success in projectmanagement careers.Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-20194
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Honor System for Undergraduate Students6 Graduate Student Code of Academic Integrity6Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-20195
Academic IntegrityACADEMIC INTEGRITYHonor System for Undergraduate StudentsêêThe Stevens Honor System is the rigorous ethical and moral standard to which undergraduate students are held, and whichseeks to ensure that all academic work is bona fide. This standard was formally established in 1908 with the creation ofthe Stevens Honor System as well as its governing body, the Stevens Honor Board. The Honor System at Stevens fulfills twoobjectives. First, it seeks to ensure that work submitted by students can be trusted as their own and was performed in anatmosphere of honesty and fair play. Second, it promotes a sense of honor and integrity throughout campus and for Stevens’students in preparation for the professional world.Enrollment into the undergraduate student body at Stevens Institute of Technology signifies a student’s commitment to theHonor System and the University’s ethical and moral standards. It is the responsibility of each student to become acquaintedwith and to uphold the ideals set forth in the Honor System Constitution. Specific student responsibilities include: Maintaining honesty and fair play in all aspects of academic life at Stevens Writing and signing the pledge, in full, on all submitted academic work Reporting any suspected violations to the Honor Board Cooperating with the Honor Board during investigations and hearingsStudent responsibilities are further outlined in the constitution and bylaws of the Honor System, which may be reviewedonline at www.stevens.edu/honor.The Honor Board is the Honor System’s governing body. It is comprised of undergraduate students who are elected bytheir peers. Members of the Honor Board investigate all suspected breaches of academic integrity, and assign penalties tostudents who are found responsible for Honor System violations. When investigating a case, Honor Board members meetwith the accused student, pertinent witnesses, and relevant faculty. The investigation culminates with one of three outcomes:the case is dropped due to insufficient evidence to support the suspected violation, the accused student confesses, or ahearing is held and the case is presented to a jury of the student’s peers.The Honor System also includes a two-level appeals process. Any student who believes the Honor Board did not properlyfollow procedure or who is dissatisfied with a penalty after confessing or being found responsible by a jury may appeal to theAcademic Appeals Committee for a reduced penalty. If unsuccessful, the student may submit a final appeal to the Provostor appointed designee.Graduate Student Code of Academic IntegrityêêThe Graduate Student Code of Academic Integrity holds that integrity is essential to the ethical pursuit of knowledge andis expected of all Stevens graduate students in all academic endeavors including coursework, research, scholarship, andcreative activity.While all members of the Stevens Community have a responsibility to uphold and maintain the highest standards of integrityin study, research, instruction, and evaluation, the Graduate Student Code of Academic Integrity is concerned specificallywith the conduct of graduate students.Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-20196
Academic IntegrityBy enrollment at Stevens, all graduate students promise to be fully truthful and avoid dishonesty, fraud, misrepresentation,and deceit of any type in relation to their academic work. A student’s submission of work for academic credit indicates thatthe work is the student’s own. All outside assistance must be acknowledged. Any student who violates this code or whoknowingly assists another student in violating this code shall be subject to discipline.Individual departments or schools within the Institute may adopt additional policies and procedures above and beyond thoseset forth in this code, but any and all purported violations must be reported to the Office of Graduate Academics no morethan seven business days after the instructor becomes aware of the issue.For more information on the Graduate Student Code of Academic Integrity, including types of violations, the process forhandling perceived violations and the types of sanctions that can be applied, please visit https://www.stevens.edu/sites/stevens .pdf.Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-20197
STUDENT LIFE Undergraduate Student Life9 Student Government Association (SGA)9 Graduate Student Affairs10 Graduate Student Council (GSC)10 Athletics11Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-20198
STUDENT LIFEUndergraduate Student LifeThe Office of Undergraduate Student Life fosters learning experiences for all students at Stevens through intellectual,personal, and social development that occurs beyond the classroom. We prepare students holistically through leadershipdevelopment, co-curricular programming, community engagement, and dialogue around inclusion and diversity. We striveto create a community of learners that think critically and act responsibly both within the Stevens community and beyond.Specifically, we advise and provide organizational support to more than 100 student organizations, facilitate Diversity Programsand Safe Zone, oversee the Lore-El Center for Women’s Leadership, and oversee Greek Life at Stevens, which includes 18social sororities and fraternities. Additionally, our office coordinates annual campus wide programs from Orientation andTechfest to Freshman Family Weekend.The Stevens campus community is always brimming with activity and diverse offerings for involvement outside of theclassroom. Students participate in informal get-togethers, cultural celebrations, musical performances, community service,and more. Throughout the year, there are also off-campus trips, comedy nights, recreational excursions, and other activitiessponsored by the Entertainment Committee. Additionally, the Student Government Association sponsors annual events suchas the Founder’s Day Ball and Techfest, Stevens’ annual music festival.For students interested in developing their leadership skills, the Office of Undergraduate Student Life hosts three leadershipprograms through Stevens LEADS (leadership education and diversity series), in addition to a yearly leadership retreat andworkshops. We are also committed to preparing students to be active global citizens by engaging in meaningful serviceactivities that enhance the quality of life for the local, national, and international communities. Students can get involved in oneof our many service and philanthropic organizations, like Engineers Without Borders, StevensTHON or Habitat for Humanity.Student Government Association (SGA)The Student Government Association (SGA) serves to facilitate the vast interests of the undergraduate student body, as wellas to provide a means of communication between the students and the faculty, administration, and staff. Its fundamentalpurpose is to improve the student experience in a variety of ways. Primarily, this involves providing guidance to the 100 student organizations that allow the campus to thrive, and representing student interests on important issues regarding thefuture of Stevens. All students are encouraged to reach out to their representatives and let their voice be heard!At Stevens, you are an important member of the community. The keystone of the undergraduate division is the SGA; itdirects and funds all student activities with the assistance of the Office of Undergraduate Student Life. Other elected groupsinclude the Ethnic Student Council, Entertainment Committee, Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council and the CulturalGreek Council, all which serve the interests of their members. For a complete listing of student organizations, please visitour website. Members of the administration frequently hold informal meetings with small groups of students, providing anopportunity for an exchange of ideas and opinions.Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-20199
STUDENT LIFEGraduate Student AffairsThe Office of Graduate Student Affairs serves to support and promote the holistic development of all graduate studentsby providing them with opportunities for engaging and educational co-curricular experiences. The office aims to create anenvironment in which all graduate students are able to find balance between their academic, extracurricular, and personalpriorities and feel supported, engaged, and able to succeed academically. To that end, OGSA works closely with the Office ofGraduate Academics to develop, facilitate and sponsor a wide variety of programs, services and resources that enhance theacademic experience for graduate students.There is a vibrant and diverse graduate student community that has a major presence on campus, much of which stemsfrom graduate student clubs and organizations. Becoming involved in a student organizations is a great way to enhance yourcollegiate experience and acquire important skills such as team building, leadership, communication, and time management.At Stevens, graduate student clubs organize speaker series, cultural presentations, and student networking opportunities forthe Stevens community. These are a variety of cultural and academic clubs comprised of students from diverse backgrounds.The Office of Graduate Student Affairs offers various events, trips, and activities to help graduate students make connectionsand build community. The Graduate Enrichment Series is a certificate program that offers weekly opportunities for studentsto grow both personally and professionally. These sessions are available to all graduate students at no additional chargeand are led by faculty and staff from numerous departments and offices around campus and cover a wide variety of topics.Participating in the Graduate Enrichment Series provides opportunities for individual growth and development and helpensure that the Stevens experience is well-rounded.Graduate Student Council (GSC)The purpose of this governing organization is to provide a structure through which graduate students work together toimprove the quality of graduate student life. The objectives of the Graduate Student Council at Stevens are as follows:To represent graduate students (certificate, masters, doctorate) on all matters pertaining to their general welfare as graduatestudents with the administration. To build a graduate student community via graduate student co-curricular activities. To approve and oversee all graduate student organizations and allocate budgets appropriately. To provide a formal means of communication among graduate students.Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-201910
STUDENT LIFEAthleticsStevens competes at the NCAA Division III level for intercollegiate sports. Men participate in baseball, basketball, crosscountry, fencing, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball and wrestling. Women represent Stevensin basketball, cross-country, equestrian, fencing, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and fieldand volleyball. The majority of sports are affiliated with the Empire 8 Athletic Conference. Other conferences include MACFAfor men’s fencing, EWFC for women’s fencing, wrestling in the Centennial Conference, men and women’s swimming in theMetropolitan Conference, men’s volleyball in the United Volleyball Conference and the equestrian squad holds membershipin the IHSA. Stevens’ mascot is Attila the Duck.Stevens also offers a wide variety of intramural sports, a number of club sport teams, an outdoor recreation program and anextensive offering of informal sport/recreational opportunities including wellness classes and a well-equipped fitness center.Students enjoy a full program of athletic activities throughout the year.Club sports teams compete in national and regional conferences and tournaments. The current club sport offeringsinclude: archery, baseball, bowling, crew, ice hockey, men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse, sailing, ski and snowboard, men’ssoccer, women’s soccer, ultimate frisbee, women’s volleyball and men’s volleyball. Be sure to go to www.stevensrec.com forcomplete details.For a closer look, visit Stevens’ impressive athletic and recreational facilities which include the Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. Athleticand Recreational Center, Walker Gym, DeBaun Athletic Complex, six tennis courts and beach volleyball court. Our websites,www.stevensducks.com and www.stevensrec.com, as well as our social media sites, are great resources for additionalinformation and news updates.Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-201911
STUDENT SERVICES Undergraduate Academics13 Academic Support Center (ASC)13 Graduate Academics14 Writing & Communications Center14 International Student and Scholar Services15 Registrar15 Office of Financial Aid16 Office of Student Accounts16 Student Health Center16 Counseling and Psychological Services17 Disability Services17 Career Center18 Residence Life19Stevens Institute of Technology 2018-201912
STUDENT SERVICESUndergraduate AcademicsThe Office of Undergraduate Academics provides general academic advising and support services to the entire undergraduatestudent body, in addition to the major specific advising provided by the faculty advisor (see Faculty Advisors). Questionsregarding academic policies, procedures, or advising issues can be directed to the Office located in 9th floor of Wesley J.Howe Center, (201) 216-5228. Or, visit the website at demics.All undergraduates are assigned a freshman faculty advisor. The faculty advisor may change later in a student’s career basedupon the major, concentration, or other considerations.Advising in the freshmen and sophomore years generally focuses on degree requirements, course selection and the transitionfrom high school to college. In the junior and senior years, advising generally focuses on career options and/or graduate school.Transfer students are assigned a freshman or upperclass advisor as appropriate.Academic Support Center (ASC)The Academic Support Center (ASC), located on 9th floor, Howe Center, provides a variety of support programs and servicesto assist undergraduate students in achieving academic success. These services include: Academic Tutoring, FreshmanQuiz Review Sessions, the Peer Leader Program and Academic Success Workshops.Tutoring for technical courses is provided free of charge by skilled undergraduate students. The ASC offers individualassigned tutors and has a walk-in tutoring center located in the Library room 306 to assist undergraduate students withunderstanding course material.Freshman Quiz Reviews for many first year technical courses are also provided through the ASC. The goal of a review sessionis to provide the student with additional insight into material previously presented in class. Please note, these review sessionsare intended solely as a review, not as a substitute for attending class or preparing on one’s own.The Peer Leader program, a collaboration between Undergraduate Academics and Student Life, provides an opportunityfor new first year students to connect with an undergraduate student who has completed at least one year at Stevens. PeerLeaders assist new students in their academic and social transition from high school to college. The mentoring processintends to provide new students with the information, support and encouragement they need to be successful at Stevens.Academic Success Workshops are facilitated by the ASC. Workshops cover a variety of topics aimed to assist students intheir transition to college and success at Stevens. Topics include: Time Management, Getting Organized and Setting Goalsand Preparing for Final Exams.For more information, please visit the ASC website at: demics/academic-support-centerStevens Institute of Technology 2018-201913
STUDENT SERVICESGraduate AcademicsThe Office of Graduate Academics strives to ensure an excellent academic experience for our diverse and talented graduatestudent population from inquiry to graduation. In doing so, we aim to educate and empower students with the skills andexperience they need to fulfill their academic goals and reach their fullest professional potential.The Office of Graduate Academics provides the leadership, vision, and support services necessary to ensure the qualityof graduate programs, encourage interdisciplinary education and research, and provide opportu
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