Welcome IEEE Members

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Distance Learning Graduate Credit Programs offered by Stevens Institute of Technology are co-sponsored by IEEE.  Take graduate programs for credit right from your desktop over the internet at convenient times anywhere in the world. If you're a professional with a bachelor's degree and you cannot attend classes at Stevens' Hoboken, New Jersey campus or at Stevens' off-campus locations, you can earn a credit-bearing Master’s degree or graduate certificate online. These outstanding programs are delivered by the same superior faculty who teach in Stevens’ conventional settings.

 

IEEE members can take advantage of a 10% discount on all web-based programs and courses. 

Your 10% discount will be calculated upon completion of the registration form.

 

For more information and how to apply, please visit WebCampus.

 

General Policy for Special Tuition Rates

To qualify for a tuition rebate through the WebCampus co-sponsorship program:
 

  1. You must be a member in good standing of your society before the beginning of the semester in which you intend to apply for a rebate. 
  2. Notify WebCampus through the Professional Society Registry, via e-mail, or in-person no later than the seventh week of the semester that you are applying for the special tuition rate. Be sure to specify each course that you are taking online. 
  3. Provide a copy of front and back of valid membership card or other proof of membership either in the Professional Society Registry, in person, by e-mail or by fax (201)216-8960. 
  4. Complete the course and receive a grade (incompletes or withdrawals do not qualify). 
  5. Only one society discount per course. 
  6. Discounts can not be combined with any other discount for the same course. 

Note: Undergraduates and full-time graduate students are not eligible to receive rebates through WebCampus co-sponsorship program. 

 



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