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The School of Graduate and Professional Studies adult undergraduate and graduate programs provide students with a career-focused education taught by accomplished faculty with extensive, real-world experience. Designed for working adults, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies programs offer online and evening courses with multiple start dates. Students have the opportunity to begin studies when they are ready and can choose the course schedule that works best for them, allowing a balance of work, school, and life events.

Application Process

  1. Create an Account or Log In. The free online application is the next step to earning your degree. It gives you access to Stevenson's admissions application and allows you to register for admissions-related events.
  2. Request official transcripts to be sent from each college or university attended. Official transcripts must come in a sealed envelope directly from the institution. Transcripts can be mailed to this address:

Stevenson University
Attn: Graduate and Professional Studies Admissions
100 Campus Circle
Owings Mills, MD 21117

  1. Additional requirements may vary by program:

With rolling admissions and multiple start dates, students can choose to start their program in the fall, spring, or summer semester. Enrollment Counselors are available to work with you throughout the enrollment process.

Please feel free to contact us at any time with questions or if you would like to discuss the application process in greater detail at or call us at 1-877-531-7118.

Are you currently in high school or want to transfer to a traditional undergraduate program? If so, see How to Apply for our traditional undergraduate programs.


To begin an online application, you must have a prospective student profile. It's easy to set one up. 
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