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University of Maryland Eastern Shore Princess Anne , MD  
  • The Food Science and Technology program is designed to provide knowledge and competencies necessary to meet employment needs of food safety profession... more >

  • People-oriented studies in agriculture and extension education are combined with work in selected technical and scientific areas to prepare students f... more >

  • The MPT degree program constitutes the initial professional preparation for students desiring to become physical therapists. more >

  • The Rehabilitation Counseling profession provides a broad range of services to a diverse population with a focus on vocational and independent living... more >

  • The Program in Toxicology is university-wide, using faculty and resources at USM campuses at College Park (UMCP), Baltimore City (UMB), Baltimore Coun... more >

  • The program is designed to prepare teachers and educational leaders who will qualify for Advanced Professional Certification (APC) in Maryland. more >

  • Initial teacher certification in content areas for secondary and middle school teaching employment. more >

  • The graduate program is designed to develop and refine the students' skills as classroom teachers, resource teachers, teacher consultants, academic co... more >

  • To provide the State of Maryland, the Eastern Shore region and the nation with persons possessing the M.S. more >

  • The MEES graduate program at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore spans environmental science as a whole, but emphasizes the marine and estuarine... more >

  • The program is designed to meet the needs of students such as those who are already in the workforce and wish to update or improve their knowledge of... more >

  • The Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice program is interdisciplinary and seeks qualified students with baccalaureate degrees in crim... more >

  • The school counseling program is approved by the Maryland State Department of Education to meet competency area requirements for school certification... more >