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Earn Your Combined Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees Online From Stevenson University
The Bachelor’s to Master’s Option provides qualified Stevenson undergraduate students the opportunity to obtain both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in a shorter timeframe. Students accepted to this option are able to complete a maximum of six graduate courses (18 credits) as an undergraduate student. A maximum of two graduate courses (6 credits) may fulfill bachelor’s degree requirements. Participating bachelor’s and master’s online degree programs at Stevenson are designed to blend seamlessly, giving students a powerful education in a shorter period of time that also helps them save money.
Admission Requirements for Bachelor’s to Master’s Option
Students are encouraged to consult with their undergraduate academic advisor prior to applying for the bachelor’s to master’s option.
- Have completed at least 60 bachelor’s degree credits at the time of application. The student may enroll in graduate courses after earning at least 75 undergraduate credits.
- Transfer students are eligible to apply after completing at least one semester at Stevenson.
- Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00.
- Complete the Bachelor’s to Master’s application.
- Submit a personal statement.
- Forensic Science and the MAT programs have additional application and prerequisite requirements. This information can be found in the catalog on the specific undergraduate fields of study page, under the “Other Options” tab.
Application deadline for Fall is May 1 and Spring deadline is December 1.
The following chart shows some possible combinations of undergraduate and graduate programs which may be eligible for a Bachelor’s to Master’s option. Students who are interested in exploring these or any other options should speak with their undergraduate academic advisor. Approval from the undergraduate academic program administrator may be required.
Associate to Bachelor’s in Nursing (ATB) Option
Students accepted into the Associate to Bachelor’s in Nursing (ATB) option may begin courses toward a baccalaureate degree in nursing through Stevenson’s ATB option while they are simultaneously completing their associate degree in nursing. Stevenson University’s ATB option is offered in 8 week sessions, with the exception of NATB 424 Health in the Community which is taught in a full semester. The program is flexible and convenient with courses initially offered in a hybrid format, eventually transitioning to a fully online format. Session start dates for the ATB option are specific to each community college.
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ATB Nursing Partners
- Anne Arundel Community College
- Carroll Community College
- Cecil College
- Chesapeake College
- College of Southern Maryland
- Community College of Baltimore County
- Harford Community College
- Howard Community College
- Wor-Wic Community College
The baccalaureate and master’s degree programs in nursing at Stevenson University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Other Nursing Program Options
Traditional Nursing Degree
Stevenson’s undergraduate program in Nursing is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Maryland Board of Nursing (MBON). Upon successful completion of all Bachelor’s of Science degree requirements, you are eligible for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) to become a registered nurse. Learn more.
Online Master’s in Nursing
Those pursuing a master’s in nursing already have busy schedules. To accommodate these schedules, Stevenson University Online offers master’s of nursing online classes. All courses except the capstone are offered online in 8-week formats. Additionally, students aspiring to earn a Master of Science in Nursing online can choose from three concentrations. Learn more.
RN to BS in Nursing
Designed for the working registered nurse’s busy schedule, the RN to BS in Nursing option offers students courses taught fully online or in a hybrid format that supplements online courses with on-site instruction. Primarily offered online in 8-week sessions, courses are available at multiple start dates during the year. Learn more.
RN to MS in Nursing
The RN to MS in Nursing option offers courses taught in two formats — either fully online or in a hybrid format that supplements online instruction with on-site courses. On-site courses are offered at higher education centers, community colleges, or select hospitals throughout Maryland. Learn more.