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Jake tatum receives Dean Rose Dawson AwardSenior lacrosse attackman Jacob Tatum, a business communication major, received the Dean Rose Dawson Scholar-Athlete Award at the conclusion of the spring, 2021, semester.

For excellence in and out of the classroom, the Dean Rose Dawson Scholar-Athlete Award is given in recognition of achievement in higher education, athletics, personal honor and team spirit.  This award is given annually to the respective male and female athlete graduating with the highest cumulative GPA and is in consideration of the academic four-year work where the complete body of work is done at Stevenson University.

 

 

Maybe it's time to check out Stevenson University Online’s Master of Science in Communication Studies!

According to the degree's website, the program is "developed for professionals who want to build a foundation of effective communication competencies for personal and professional advancement. This master’s program helps graduates translate fundamental ideas of communication into real-world applications. Graduates will develop their skills in evaluating and creating solutions to conflicts that occur within organizations."

According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers 2015 Job Outlook survey, more than 73 percent of employers reported communication skills as a top qualification they seek in potential job candidates. This degree can sharpen your skills and prepare you for any communication setting you encounter.

More about the program can be found here.

Stevenson University Online will hold a Bachelor to Master’s Information Session for current students on Wednesday, February 21 from 5-7 p.m. at the Rockland Center Banquet Room on the Owings Mills campus. Pizza and refreshments will be provided.

How can the Bachelor’s to Master’s option benefit you?

  • Cost Saving: Up to six graduate courses can be taken at the undergraduate tuition rate (18 credits maximum)
  • Time Saving: Both degrees can be completed in a shorter time frame. Up to two graduate courses can count towards both the bachelor’s and master’s degrees (6 credits maximum)
  • Accessible: Graduate courses are offered in evening on-campus and online formats.

Master’s degrees offered:

  • Business & Technology Management
  • Communication Studies
  • Community-Based Education and Leadership
  • Crime Scene Investigation
  • Digital Forensics
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Forensic Investigation
  • Forensic Science
  • Forensic Studies
  • Healthcare Management
  • Master of Arts in Teaching

Register for the Bachelor’s to Master’s Information Session by clicking this link.

 
 
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