Stevenson University School of Graduate and Professional Studies Extends Tuition Discount to Four Organizations

February 25, 2014 7 AM

Stevenson University‘s School of Graduate and Professional Studies is expanding its network of partnerships and will offer a 20 percent tuition discount on select courses to employees of Anne Arundel Health System and Holy Cross Hospital and graduates of Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) and Chesapeake College.

“We are proud of the partnerships that we have established with these institutions,” said Joyce Becker, Dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies. “We are excited to offer a tuition discount to their employees and to their graduates who now have the option to continue their education through Stevenson University. Stevenson is committed to helping students reach their academic and career goals no matter where they are.”

Stevenson’s partnership with Anne Arundel Health System includes Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis and all other AAHS centers around Maryland. All employees are eligible for tuition discounts for any and all School of Graduate and Professional Studies programs.

Similarly, all Holy Cross Hospital employees are eligible for the tuition discount and can enroll in any and all School of Graduate and Professional Studies courses.

Stevenson’s partnership with CCBC includes all graduates from the college’s Catonsville, Dundalk, and Essex campuses. The same partnership exists with Chesapeake College, and graduates from both institutions are eligible for tuition discounts toward Stevenson’s adult undergraduate programs.

Stevenson’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies offers eight adult undergraduate degrees: Business Administration, Business Communication, Business Information Systems, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice, Interdisciplinary Studies, RN to BS Nursing, and Paralegal Studies. The programs are designed for working adults, and many can be completed within 18 to 24 months depending on the number of credits a student has acquired before entering the program. Most of the undergraduate degree programs can be completed by taking courses that are scheduled in a mixed eight-week hybrid or online format, or in a traditional 16-week format.

Master’s degree programs include Business and Technology Management (onsite and online), Cyber Forensics (online), Forensic Science (onsite and in part online), Forensic Studies (onsite and online with accounting, information technology, legal, investigation, interdisciplinary, and criminalistics tracks), Healthcare Management, Nursing (with a focus on either leadership/management or nursing education), and Maryland’s first online Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Secondary Biology, Chemistry, or Mathematics (grades 7-12).

For more information, please contact Angela Scagliola Reynolds, Director of Recruitment and Admissions, at 443-352-4414 or email:; or visit Stevenson’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies online at