Pursuing a master’s degree with Stevenson University Online is an investment in your future. Our online programs are designed to fit your lifestyle as a busy, adult student. Each online master’s program is specifically designed to fit your lifestyle, allowing you to take classes wherever you are, around your other responsibilities, and in a manner that works for you. Furthermore, many of our graduate programs can be completed in as few as 18 to 24 months. To learn more about our graduate programs, keep reading below — or fill out the form on the right to request more information today.
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.
Impact diverse populations of learners and gain the skills to become a change leader within the expanding non-formal and informal education settings.
Evaluate crime scenes and select the appropriate steps to be followed in documenting, collecting, preserving, and processing evidence.
Learn to preserve, acquire, analyze, interpret, and document computer forensic findings for use in legal and computer security proceedings.
Acquire the knowledge to design a comprehensive methodology to cover the acquisition, preservation, and analysis of various forms of digital evidence.
Assess fraud risk and adequacy of internal control structures, evaluate financial evidence, and effectively communicate findings, analysis, and conclusions during legal proceedings.
Analyze and evaluate documentary and testimonial evidence vital to criminal investigations and trials.
Learn the instrumentation, technology, and pertinent law used to collect evidence for presentation in a court of law.
Apply specialized knowledge to the criminal justice system, opening new career prospects in a field where your skills will be in high demand.
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.
Graduates will meet requirements for teaching science or mathematics at the middle and high school levels and be well-versed in the integrative and inquiry-based methodologies of STEM.
How Our Graduate Programs Work
We understand that going back to school as an adult comes with unique challenges. At Stevenson, we have designed our online master’s programs to be accommodating to your needs as an adult student. Even when you are working full time, raising children, committed to organizations or hobbies, you still can fit classes into your lifestyle. With flexible online or evening courses, we offer adult students maximum convenience. Earning your degree is more possible than ever before — and at an established graduate school in Maryland. Whether you are interested in a master’s in forensics, nursing, or one of several other exciting fields, Stevenson University has the online master’s degree program for you.
Benefits of Our Graduate Degrees
When you pursue a master’s degree through Stevenson University Online, you will be advancing your career potential through real-world-focused training guided by exceptional professors. Here are more factors that distinguish Stevenson University Online:
- Curriculum catered to working professionals like you
- A track record of 91 percent of graduates finding a job or opting for more schooling within 6 months of graduation
- Personalized, one-on-one career advising and coaching
- Flexible online learning
- Online Career Connections system available 24/7 to more than 3,000 employers
Online Post-Baccalaureate Certificates
Designed for professionals in the non-formal and informal education sectors to acquire the knowledge and skills to become effective educators and change leaders in their organizations.
Explore current trends in literacy instruction, develop strategies for integrating literacy into content areas, and examine the impact of digital technologies and culturally responsive literacy.
Designed for registered nurses who want to expand their knowledge and practice in the growing fields of population health and care coordination.
Designed for current middle or high school math and science teachers who want to expand their knowledge and practice of inquiry-based collaborative teaching and learning.