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B.S. in Management/M.E. in Engineering Management

Dual Degree

Seton Hall offers this unique dual degree program in which students can earn a bachelor's degree in Management plus a master's degree in Engineering Management in partnership with Stevens Institute of Technology. Earning two degrees in less time will give students the skills and experiences to be more versatile and marketable when pursuing future employment or education. 

Combine your top-notch business acumen, your drive to lead teams, and your excellence to communicate across organizational units, with the ability to solve technical issues and to keep projects on track with this unique and prestigious double-degree program. 

If you enjoy…

  • Turning technology/knowledge into products and/or services;
  • Prototyping, producing and marketing a product and/or service;
  • Overseeing/managing a technical undertaking;
  • Learning technical soft skills to support engineering;  
  • Moving a product/service from idea to market; 
  • Integrating technology for capability and productivity; 
  • Developing from an engineer to a leader; 

then the B.S., Management/M.E., Engineering Management program is the perfect match for you!

The demand for engineering managers in almost all industries is growing.  The work is rewarding and the compensation is excellent.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, New Jersey is one of the Top 5 Paying States for Engineering Managers with a mean annual wage (2020) of $171,280. 


Students can express their interest as they progress through their studies at Stillman and can earn admission, with a GMAT/GRE waiver to the Stevens MS in EM program, as follows:
1.    They have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher, and
2.    They have final grades of 3.3 or higher in each BQUA course and 
3.    They are in good standing at Seton Hall University

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Faculty Listing

Many of our full-time faculty have attended top Ph.D. programs and are in demand as lecturers, consultants and media experts. Stillman School faculty provide an academic experience characterized by high faculty-student engagement, often partnering with students on research and other projects.

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Anthony Sadler
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Paula Becker Alexander
Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Management
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