Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree

The University offers bachelor’s degrees in the following 30 disciplines: accounting, applied mathematics; biochemistry; biology; biomedical engineering, business administration; business communication; business information systems; chemistry; communication studies, computer information systems; counseling and human services, criminal justice; early childhood education: liberal arts and technology; elementary education: liberal arts and technology; English language and literature; environmental science; fashion design; fashion merchandising; film and moving image; graphic design; interdisciplinary studies; marketing; medical laboratory science; middle school education: liberal arts and technology (with a concentration in English/Language Arts and Social Studies or Mathematics and Science); nursing; legal studies; psychology; public history; and theatre and media performance. Stevenson University also offers accelerated bachelor’s degree programs for adult learners through Stevenson University Online. For more information about accelerated bachelor's degrees and graduate degrees, please consult the Stevenson University Online Catalog.  

In order to obtain a bachelor’s degree from Stevenson University, a student must:

  • Earn a minimum of 120 credits, which must include a minimum of 15 credits at the 300- or 400- level.
  • Complete the SEE requirements.
  • Complete the courses required by the major. Note – Grades of "I" (Incomplete) must be cleared from the student’s record
  • Complete INT 100: Principles of Academic Integrity.
  • Achieve a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.00; the GPA is calculated on the basis of work done at Stevenson University only.
  • Earn a minimum cumulative GPA in the major of 2.00 or higher. Some majors have additional GPA requirements; please consult the "Fields of Study" section for specific requirements.
  • Earn at least 30 credits at Stevenson University.
  • If completing a BA degree, a student must complete two semesters of a foreign language from the point of placement or complete the 202 level of a foreign language.
  • Comply with all policies, procedures, and regulations of the University
  • File the official Application for Graduation in accordance with published deadlines.

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