Bachelor's and Master's degree studies


Master's Degree (MBA) in Business Administration

Our MBA program is designed for students who are both looking to enter the world of business as well as for those students who are already business professionals with the desire to advance their careers through education. For either circumstance, those who wish to enhance your proficiency as a business professional may do so by earning your master in business administration (MBA) from Stevens-Henager College...

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Master of Science in Information Systems

Graduates with a Master of Science in Information Systems need to know how to organize information, analyze user information, design or evaluate information systems that allow for efficient and effective user interaction, provide and assure the quality and value of information to decision makers, understand the economic and social environment in which their organization functions, and be familiar with relevant issues in law, economics, ethics, and management.

-- This is a STEM program, meaning that graduates 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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Master of Science in Healthcare Administration

A master's degree in healthcare administration, such as our Master of Science in Healthcare Administration program, can give an individual the education and background they will need to evaluate and improve health policies. In our Masters in Healthcare Administration program you'll learn to recognize opportunities and develop procedures to make the delivery of healthcare services more efficient and effective...

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Stevens Henager College (SHC) offers a distinct ESL program designed to suit the student’s particular needs. English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is offered in the Salt Lake City/Murray Campus, specifically for students interested in entering academic programs at Stevens Henager College. TOEFL or other prerequisites are not required for admission to this program.

The English for Academic Purposes Program (EAP) is a two level program whose goal is to prepare international students for academic studies in degree programs at the Salt Lake City/ Murray campus. In this program of study, students will work in a hands-on group oriented manner with their instructor(s) in an adaptive, technology-based, English learning program that is designed around specific tasks that will be appropriate in an academic, school, or student-related setting.



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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