Stevenson University

Stevenson, MD

Stevenson University

Stevenson, MD

Tomorrow’s business and technology leaders start today—at Stevenson University

With today’s globalized economy, emerging technologies, and accelerated pace of change, students must prepare for up-and-coming and rapidly changing roles, responsibilities, and jobs. The Brown School of Business & Leadership at Stevenson University gives you the knowledge, experience, business acumen, and career-savvy skills to succeed in this new economy.

Founded in 2008 and named after Baltimore developer Howard S. Brown, the Brown School of Business & Leadership houses Stevenson’s six Business bachelor’s programs as well as the School of Business & Leadership Library and the Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics Lab. The School’s bachelor’s programs offer a variety of concentrations, tracks, and minors so that students can specialize their degrees. 

Many students take advantage of Stevenson’s BS-to-MS degree options, starting their graduate studies during their senior year in areas such as Business & Technology Management, Forensic Accounting, and Healthcare Management—and completing their master’s with just one additional year of study.

Brown School of Business Majors
• Accounting
• Business Administration
• Computer Information Systems
• Cybersecurity & Digital Forensics
• Fashion Merchandising
• Marketing 

Business School Minors
• Economics
• Information Systems
• International Business
• Management
• Marketing

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • “Being able to work closely with the Baltimore Ravens has been an amazing opportunity not only for me but for the Stevenson community.”

    • Kobe Bolanos
      Founder of Ravens Flock
  • “No matter what experiences or events I chose to participate in [at Stevenson], I was always able to connect with the aspects that would benefit me in my future personal and professional life.”

    • Ashli Glatfelter
      Legal Studies
  • “I feel confident that if I were placed in the workforce right now, I would have the skills to be successful there.”

    • Cassandra Morris
      Computer Information Systems