College Sophomore 2013-08-02T16:24:48Z
Mechanical Engineering is nice, although it is Stevens largest program. While is well known and one of the nation's earliest Mechanical Engineering schools, this has the drawback of somewhat larger class sizes. BUT, Stevens is such a small community that this has yet to become a real issue.
College Sophomore 2013-08-02T16:22:11Z
I have had one internship, which was a fantastic experience for me. I learned so much, and its given me real world experience I can put on an application. The pay was wonderful, I wish i could intern all the time! The time commitment was about 40 hours a week, a full time job basically. Responsibility is given to you as is felt appropriate, you are not overloaded or left to be bored. Stevens is excellent in internship placement as well as job placement.
College Sophomore 2013-08-02T16:18:57Z
Getting into the program is fairly simple, so long as you keep a high standing in school and show that you are prepared to take on a rigorous program in college. Stevens is no walk in the park, but you will learn here. Entering a major is fairly simple at Stevens, and changing majors is not too difficult, as long as you haven't really started getting into more of their specialized courses.
College Sophomore 2013-08-02T16:07:11Z
The mechanical engineering department is very knowledgeable at Stevens, however I do sometimes feel like the experience is not as interactive as it should be. I would prefer more one-on-one guidance through my time at school. Also, the department itself is a bit intimidating, which is not always beneficial.
College Junior 2013-04-09T01:42:16Z
I enjoy the computer engineering program. The workload is pretty big, however it is worth it in the end. There are much internship and job opportunities for all students. The curriculum is very interesting after all the core engineering classes are over with.
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