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Stevenson University School of Graduate and Professional Studies Holding Saturday Information Session, March 15

March 13, 2014 1:00 PM

Stevenson University is hosting a School of Graduate and Professional Studies Saturday Information March 15 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The session will be held at Stevenson’s Rockland Center, located on the University’s Owings Mills Campus, 10945 Boulevard Circle, Owings Mills, MD 21117.

School of Graduate and Professional Studies programs are designed for working adults, and many can be completed within 18 to 24 months depending on the number of credits a student has acquired before entering the program. Most of the undergraduate degree programs can be completed by taking courses that are scheduled in a mixed eight-week hybrid or online format, or in a traditional 16-week format. 

The following services will be offering the following services for students during this event:

  • Career Services
  • Blackboard Tutorial Session
  • Transcript evaluations where our transcript evaluator can create a personalized degree planning chart for you
  • Course Registration
  • Meet with our Program Coordinators and Faculty
  • Meet with our Admissions Staff

The session will also include two presentations on the School’s newest program, a Master of Arts in Teaching, at 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. The program will be introduced by Anne Davis, Associate MAT Dean, and will touch on course requirements, residency requirements, and tuition benefits.

For more information on the session, contact Kristen Lilja, GPS Enrollment Counselor, at klilja@stevenson.edu or call 443-352-4084. 

Contact Information

Dave Snyder
Public Relations Specialist
Phone: 443-394-9291
dsnyder3@stevenson.edu

John Buettner
Associate Vice President,
Digital Communications

Phone: 443-352-4494
jbuettner@stevenson.edu

Office of Marketing and Digital Communications
 

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