Joint Master’s Degree
EPITECH and Stevens Institute of Technology offer a joint Master’s program through which students can concurrently pursue EPITECH’s Graduate Engineering Degree and Stevens’ Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) in less time than it would take to earn the degrees independently. Equivalencies of certain courses allow students to earn almost half the credits of MSIS through the EPITECH graduate program. The rest of the credits can be obtained in the United States in one year and upon graduation, students are allowed to stay for optional practical training.
Stevens in Paris In 2007
The Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) will be delivered at EPITECH on behalf of Stevens Institute of Technology. The program will be identical to the one at the Hoboken campus, with all courses in English and most of them taught by Stevens’ faculty hosted at EPITECH. Admission to the MSIS program requires a bachelor’s degree, preferably in Information Systems, Computer Science, or Business with at least a B average from an accredited college or university.