Stevens-Henager College

About Stevens-Henager College

Stevens-Henager College (SHC) is one of the most distinguished educational institutions in Utah. The college was founded in 1891 and is one of the oldest and most recognizable in the state. Our current academic portfolio includes programs in the healthcare, technology, and business arenas. The degree programs for international students are: Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Science in Healthcare Administration (MSHA), and a Master of Science in Information Systems (MIS).

Well trained and educated professionals, whom have advanced degrees such as a MBA, MSHA, or MIS, are in global demand. The underlying objective of our educational programs at SHC is for our graduates to quickly add value to the global economy. These programs address the growing need by combining graduate level studies with professional, hands-on work experience. As an integral part of the graduate curriculum at SHC, we require students to participate in Curricular Practical Training (CPT) in an off-campus, professional capacity that is directly related to their course of study. The result is that our graduates are highly employable due to their diverse and extensive academic and professional experience.

We welcome students from all over the globe and we invite you to earn your degree at our college. An accredited degree from a U.S. institution is one of the most highly prized achievements in the global marketplace today.

Salt Lake City / Murray, Utah Campus

383 West Vine Street

The Right Place to Earn Your Degree

There are many colleges in Salt Lake City, but only one gives you the career-driven degree programs and personalized help you need to launch a better career.

When you stop by the Salt Lake/Murray campus of Stevens-Henager College, you'll immediately feel like you're in the right place. Our friendly staff will give you a tour of our modern facilities, as well as introduce you to some of your future instructors and advisers.

Designed for learning

As our flagship campus, the Salt Lake City/Murray location of Stevens-Henager College has earned a reputation for educating competent, professional graduates and preparing them for the many opportunities that the Salt Lake Valley has to offer. Our facility features modern equipment and amenities to help you get the most out of your program. In addition, our site also comes equipped with Wi-Fi connections, so you'll have full access to the internet, and your instructors can bring useful online learning resources into the classroom.

Designed for employment

Here at the Salt Lake City campus, we've designed your program to help you gain employment in some of today's fastest-growing job fields. Unlike many traditional colleges in Salt Lake City, our instructors are more than just professors—they're professionals. All our instructors have had real experience in the real world doing the kinds of work you could get to do once you graduate. In addition, our Student Services advisers and tutors are dedicated to helping you get better grades, grow your professional network, and jumpstart your new career.



Curricular Practical Training is a program that allows international graduate students to receive practical training and work experience with U.S. companies while they study for a Master’s degree.

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Optional Practical Training is a 12 month temporary employment authorization that provides an opportunity for graduate students who have completed or have been pursuing their degrees for more than nine months to apply knowledge acquired from their academic program to a work experience in their major field of study.

Students who have graduated from a US college or university with a specific degree in the STEM fields - science, technology, engineering and mathematics - can apply to extend their OPT for an additional 17 months, bringing their total post-graduation OPT available time up to 29 months.

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Stevens-Henager College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).

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