Choosing Your Direction
Charting the best course for personal and professional success.
Selecting a major is one of the most important decisions a student must make. Choosing the best academic program to match a student’s talents, passions, and career aspirations is complicated and can feel overwhelming.
No matter what professional goals a student may have, Stevenson's experienced faculty and staff can assist with designing a custom career plan that fits the interests and skills of the individual. Through our award-winning Career ArchitectureSM program, our experts will help you identify your strengths and passions, and show you how these indicators can translate into a successful academic experience and career path. With more than 40 fields of study and a countless number of professional and academic opportunities that take place outside of the classroom, Stevenson University is the perfect place to find your career fit.
We are committed to offering our students the resources necessary to make a confident and informed decision. Through Academic Advising and the Office of Career Services, students can explore a variety of majors and see how each aligns with their potential career paths.
Academic resources are available for students on both the Greenspring and Owings Mills campuses.
The Office of Career Services located in Wooded Way on the Owings Mills Campus provides resources to connect students with internships, employers, and a variety of career opportunities.
Plan Your Visit
The best way to discover if Stevenson University is the right place for you to find your fit is a campus visit. There are a variety of ways to visit campus. Check your calendar and make time to visit Stevenson.
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Owings Mills Campus
Garrison Hall North, Second Floor
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