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Graduate Programs

Pursuing a master's degree at SU is a powerful investment in your future, designed to fit your lifestyle as a busy, adult student. Many of our graduate degrees can be completed in as few as eighteen to twenty-four months.

Graduate will meet requirements for teaching biology, chemistry, or mathematics at the middle and high school levels and be well-versed in the integrative and inquiry-based methodologies of STEM
Acquire the skills to manipulate the architecture of current and emerging technologies in order to interpret and evaluate the impact these technologies have within an organization.
Build a foundation of effective communication competencies for personal and professional advancement.
Learn to preserve, acquire, analyze, interpret, and document computer forensic findings for use in legal and computer security proceedings.
Learn the instrumentation, technology, and pertinent law used to collect evidence for presentation in a court of law.
Learn to conduct investigations and examine evidence for the purpose of presenting their findings in legal proceedings as forensic experts.
Designed for working adults who want to expand their careers and strengthen their credentials as healthcare managers, administrators, and consultants.
Designed for working nurses, this program is flexible and offered online.

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Yellow Ribbon Program

Stevenson University participates in the VA's Yellow Ribbon Program to help veterans with programs and funding to realize their educational goals.

In-Demand Degrees

Our programs and services are tailored for working professionals focused on advancing or changing their careers.

Saturday Information Sessions

Need to speak with faculty or students to help with your program choice? We have Saturday Information Sessions throughout the year where you will learn how a Stevenson program can help your career.

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