Stevens Offer 3 New High-Tech Master’s Online This Fall

July 15, 2003

“WebCampus has accelerated remarkably in just three years,” said Stevens Vice President Maureen Weatherall. “It now offers more than 160 online
courses to over 2,500 students since it was first introduced.”

Stevens’ online degree in cybersecurity offers advanced study in one of the most critical concerns today. The 10-course, online, instructor-led
degree helps engineers and managers respond to the increasingly serious demands posed by industry and government computers and networks. Students learn how to react to immediate and long-range security attacks.

In an another entirely online 12-course Master’s in telecommunications, graduate students learn how to respond to the demanding requirements of the telecom industry. They acquire advanced technical knowledge of telecommunications integrated with business management. It is especially suited for corporate or government communications managers, vendors or consultants responsible
for planning and implementation of voice, video or data communications.

Recognizing that the vast array of communications and information systems today requires complex integration of sophisticated principles and practices
drawn from many fields, Stevens will also launch a 10-course online degree in microelectronics and photonics this fall. It marries a thorough scientific
understanding with advanced technological applications, meeting requirements for design, fabrication, integration, and applications.

“Stevens online degrees provide the same content, by the same faculty, and in the end, students earn exactly the same degrees as those who take courses on campus,” added Weatherall.

Introduced just there years ago, WebCampus students came from 34 states and 23 countries abroad. Established in 1870, Stevens offers baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degrees in engineering, science, computer science,
management and technology management, as well as a baccalaureate in the humanities and liberal arts. With a total enrollment of about 1,600 undergraduates and 2,600 graduate students, the Hoboken, NJ, university offers pioneering curriculum with a focus on applied research, helping to solve real-world industrial and environmental problems. Stevens is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. WebCampus online courses are co-sponsored
by some of the world’s most respected professional institutions, including IEEE, ASME, and several other premier associations representing more than
800,000 members worldwide.

Robert Ubell
Dean, Online Learning
Stevens Institute of Technology
(201) 216-5084