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Date: Jun 2017

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Effecting definitive change is a pivotal aspect of society.  A bachelor’s in Criminal Justice allows those interested in making a change to develop critical thinking skills and analyze wrongdoing with unwavering integrity and devotion. Once these skills are learned, they may be applied in a variety of professional settings. Continue reading to learn more about the various job opportunities Criminal Justice graduates can explore....Read More

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After graduating in 2016, Healthcare Management alumna, Paige Stella (pictured far left) accepted a position at Howard County General Hospital as the Administrative Manager for Johns Hopkins Emergency Medical Services. Paige credits her success to Stevenson University’s career-driven curriculum, dedicated faculty, as well as real world applications of classroom knowledge. After reaching out to Sharon Buchbinder, Ph.D. about her recent success, our School of Graduate and Professional Studies was able to speak with Paige regarding her career advancement....Read More

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In January, we posted a blog about how to stay productive in the New Year,...Read More

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There are quite a few stereotypes and misconceptions concerning online degrees and courses....Read More

forensic alumna graduates “If something does not pass the ‘reasonable person’ test, then trust that instinct and continue to ask questions.” This quote is one of many from our conversation with Melanie Bishop-Crouch, Stevenson Alumna and Division Chief of Real Estate Services with the Howard County Government. Throughout our conversation with Melanie, she emphasized the importance of asking questions. This is a trait that has been with her throughout for life, and as she continues ascend the ranks in the professional ladder, Melanie sticks to this method of getting problems solved. ...Read More

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