A Bachelor’s to Master’s Option is available for qualified students who are interested in earning both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. With this option, students may be eligible to save on tuition for up to six graduate courses (18 credits). Students must apply for admission to the Stevenson University Online graduate program and to the Bachelor's to Master's Option during the first semester of their junior year. Admitted students may begin taking graduate-level courses during their junior and senior years. Participating bachelor's and master's degree programs at Stevenson are designed to blend seamlessly, giving students in the Bachelor's to Master's Option a powerful education in a shorter period of time.

Bachelor's to Master's Admission Requirements

For more information on applying to this program please contact Admissions at 443-334-3334. Note: If you are applying to the Forensic Science and Master of Arts in Teaching programs please contact Ellen Roskes at 443-394-9652 / .

The following chart shows which undergraduate majors commonly participate in the Bachelor's to Master's Option. Qualified students in other majors may participate in the Bachelor's to Master's Option with permission from the undergraduate division director or department chair.

Bachelor's Degree ProgramsCorresponding Master's Degree Programs
AccountingBusiness & Technology Management
Forensic Accounting
Forensic Studies
Applied MathematicsForensic Accounting
Master of Arts in Teaching
BiochemistryForensic Science
Master of Arts in Teaching
BiologyForensic Science
Healthcare Management
Master of Arts in Teaching
Business AdministrationBusiness & Technology Management
Communication Studies
Community-Based Education & Leadership
Healthcare Management
Business CommunicationBusiness & Technology Management
Communication Studies
Community-Based Education & Leadership
Healthcare Management
Business Information SystemsBusiness & Technology Management
Communication Studies
Forensic Studies
Healthcare Management
ChemistryForensic Science
Master of Arts in Teaching
Computer Information SystemsBusiness & Technology Management
Communication Studies
Forensic Studies
Healthcare Management
Criminal JusticeCrime Scene Investigation
Forensic Investigation 
Forensic Studies
Cybersecurity and Digital ForensicsCrime Scene Investigation
Digital Forensics
Environmental ScienceCommunity-Based Education & Leadership
Master of Arts in Teaching
Human ServicesCommunity-Based Education & Leadership
Healthcare Management
Legal StudiesForensic Investigation
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