Colleges And Universities In Baltimore, Maryland Part V

Morgan State University

Morgan State University at 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland sits on a spacious 140-acre campus nestled among rolling hills of Northeast Baltimore.

Morgan State University has earned a national reputation as a progressive institution for higher learning and is the leading producer of African-American degree recipients in Maryland. Morgan State University is ranked fourth nationally in the number of engineering degrees awarded to African Americans and fifth in awards in Computer and Information Sciences.

Morgan has thirty-eight academic programs that lead to a bachelor’s degree.

In-state tuition is $6,204 and out-of-state is $13,964 with room and board of $3,665.

Peabody Institute

Peabody Institute is located at One East Mount Vernon Place in Baltimore, Maryland. Tuition is $28,215 per year with room and board at $9,225.

Peabody Institute has had some of history’s most revered talent walk through its door. It is located in the historic and cultural heart of Baltimore and is one of the nation’s major sources of professionally trained musicians. Peabody Institute is affiliated with one of the nation’s leading universities, the Johns Hopkins University. Yearly, Peabody stages more than 800 musical and dance performances in Baltimore and other U.S. cities.

University of Baltimore

The University of Baltimore is located at 1420 N. Charles Street in Baltimore, Maryland. It is an upper-division and graduate university located in the cultural district of Baltimore. The campus is made up of new and historic buildings. It also offers classes in several off-campus sites.

The School of Business and the School of Law delivers comprehensive programs. More than 50 percent of the students are part-time and most hold down jobs in addition to their studies.

Tuition is $2,662 for in-state students and $8,452 for out-of-state students. Room and board does not apply.

University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus

The University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus was established in 1807. It is the founding institution of the University System of Maryland and one of three major research universities in Maryland. The University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus is home to a graduate school and six professional schools, which are:

•Social work

The majority of Maryland’s physicians, nurses, dentists, lawyers, pharmacists, and social workers are trained at the 60-acre campus on Baltimore’s west side.

The University of Maryland, Baltimore Campus, offers undergraduate degrees in:

•Dental hygiene
•Medical and research technology

The campus is a mix of historic buildings and high-tech labs and is easily accessible by public transportation. Attractions close to UMB include:

•The Inner Harbor
•The Maryland Science Center
•The National Aquarium in Baltimore
•Oriole Park at Camden Yards
•M&T Bank Stadium (home of the NFL Ravens)
•The Baltimore Museum of Art
•1st Mariner Arena

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