Universities in Baltimore, The United States


Baltimore, The United States
Baltimore City Community College is a two-year degree-granting college with two main campuses and satellite locations throughout the city of Baltimore. Established in 1947, the school serves the local community by currently offering a great variety of degree and certificate programs combined with affordable rates and extensive outreach opportunities. The programs are structured with the purpose of enabling students to easily find a job or continue their education in a four-year college. The... See full description.

Baltimore, The United States
Coppin State University (CSU) was established in 1900 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Coppin is associated with the University System of Maryland. It is endorsed by Middle States Association of Colleges and School and Teacher Education and by National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education granted by Department of Education of Maryland. CSU is famous for its Basketball as the Coppin Eagles participate in the NCAA Division I and the Mid-East Athletic convention. Moreover, in... See full description.

Baltimore, The United States
Johns Hopkins University was founded in 1876 and is located in Baltimore, Maryland. It is regarded as one of the most prestigious in the world, having studied in the same some Nobel Prize winners.

Baltimore, The United States
Laureate International Universities is a network of more than 55 accredited campus-based and online universities, providing undergraduate and graduate degree programs to more than 600,000 students around the world. Laureate International Universities pride themselves to be an international, academic community that includes 28 countries throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. The institutions included offer more than 130 career-focused, undergraduate, master's, and... See full description.

Baltimore, The United States
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County is an American public research university, which was founded in 1966, as part of the University System of Maryland. The university has established a focus on the natural sciences and engineering, but also provides programs in the liberal arts. The school offers 54 majors, 42 minors and 20 certificate educational opportunities in its undergraduate program. UMBC's Graduate School has made available 33 master's degree programs, 23 doctoral degree... See full description.