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University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742 USA

The University of Maryland is home of the Terps—inspiring, involved and intrepid Terps from across the state and around the globe. We’re one of the nation’s top-ranked public research institutions, with a whopping 90 undergraduate majors. And we have an unbeatable location just outside Washington, D.C.

In the classroom, you’ll learn from Nobel and Pulitzer prizewinners and other renowned faculty members. Outside of it, you’ll get prime opportunities for research and internships on campus and at agencies including the U.S. Department of State, the National Institutes of Health and the Smithsonian Institution.

Nearest major city: Washington, D.C., eight miles/13 kilometers from campus

1856: Maryland Agricultural College chartered
Flagship of the University System of Maryland

Colleges: 10 (enrolling undergraduates)
Majors: 90+
Student-to-teacher ratio: 18:1

Campus clubs and organizations: 800+
NCAA Division I teams: 20

Fall 2013 undergraduate enrollment: 26,658
76.6% Maryland residents
23.4% Non-Maryland residents
122 countries represented

Fall 2014 admitted freshman profile:
GPA: 4.18
SAT middle 50%: 1260-1410
ACT middle 50%: 28-32

Fall 2014 admitted transfer profile: 
GPA: 3.44

Rankings
U.S. News & World Report (2014)
No. 20 among national public universities

U.S News & World Report - Best Global Universities (2014)
No. 51 among 500 institutions in 50 countries

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance  (2014)
No. 1 among 30 best college values in the mid-Atlantic
No. 7 among 100 best values in public higher education for in-state students
No. 14 among 100 best values in public higher education for out-of-state students

Academic Ranking of World Universities (2014)
No. 43 in the world

Princeton Review Top 50 Schools for Entrepreneurship Programs (2015)
No. 21 among undergraduate programs

 

ACADEMICS
College is all about exploring your interests, sharpening your skills and rethinking how you think. The academic experience you’ll get at the University of Maryland does all of the above through unique and challenging courses.
U.S. News & World Report ranks us No. 21 among all U.S. public research institutions. That’s because we draw outstanding faculty, attract the brightest students and invest in modern facilities. 

In the classroom, our new general education program emphasizes rigor, innovation and creative thinking. But, we believe that learning extends beyond traditional classrooms, so we make it easy to connect with great internships, research opportunities and study abroad. Our highly respected living and learning programs allow you to share housing and classes with peers who have the same interests.

We elevate this experience for our most exceptional students through the Honors College. Students invited to this living and learning program take small and sophisticated courses, work with prestigious faculty and undertake rigorous, rewarding research projects.

COLLEGES
Within our 10 colleges for undergraduates you’ll find a remarkable breadth and depth of academic pursuits for you to explore.
Our colleges are researching hot topics such as alternative energy, advising federal officials on homeland security, working with the state to reduce children’s obesity and investigating many other pressing issues. You can work side-by-side with faculty at the top of their fields: Pulitzer Prize recipients, Nobel laureates, and Emmy and Tony winners. Numbering more than 4,000, our faculty also include world-renowned performers, successful entrepreneurs and big-name journalists, all ready to share their experiences and expertise with you.

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation
College of Arts and Humanities
College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Robert H. Smith School of Business
College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences
College of Education
A. James Clark School of Engineering
School of Public Health
Philip Merrill College of Journalism
Letters and Sciences

MAJORS
Variety. Challenge. Excellence. With 90 undergraduate majors across 10 colleges, we’ve got you covered. Pick one, pick two or even create your own through our individual studies program. Explore a new interest with a minor or certificate program or take part in one of our pre-professional programs.

Need some time to consider your options? No problem. We offer Letters and Sciences, which provides advising for students who haven’t decided their major or are preparing for one of our Limited Enrollment Programs.

U.S. News & World Report ranks 30 of our academic programs in the top 10, and 71 in the top 25.

Majors Alphabetically (View Majors by College)

A
Accounting (Robert H. Smith School of Business)
Aerospace Engineering (A. James Clark School of Engineering)
African-American Studies (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)
Agricultural and Resource Economics (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Agricultural Science & Technology (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Agriculture Science & Technology: Agricultural Education (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
American Studies (College of Arts and Humanities)
Animal Sciences: Animal Biotechnology (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Animal Sciences: Animal Care and Management (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Animal Sciences: Combined Ag-Veterinary Medicine (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Animal Sciences: Equine Studies (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Animal Sciences: Laboratory Animal Management (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Animal Sciences: Sciences/Pre-Professional (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Anthropology (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)
Arabic Studies (College of Arts and Humanities)
Architecture (School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation)
Art Education (College of Education)
Art History (College of Arts and Humanities)
Astronomy (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Atmospheric and Oceanic Science (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)

B
Biochemistry (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Bioengineering (A. James Clark School of Engineering)
Biological Sciences: Cell Biology and Genetics (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Biological Sciences: Ecology and Evolution (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Biological Sciences: General Biology (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Biological Sciences: Microbiology (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Biological Sciences: Physiology and Neurobiology (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)

C
Central European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (College of Arts and Humanities)
Chemical Engineering (A. James Clark School of Engineering)
Chemistry (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Chinese (College of Arts and Humanities)
Civil and Environmental Engineering (A. James Clark School of Engineering)
Classical Languages and Literatures (College of Arts and Humanities)
Communication (College of Arts and Humanities)
Community Health (School of Public Health)
Computer Engineering (A. James Clark School of Engineering)
Computer Science (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Criminology and Criminal Justice (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)

D, E
Dance (College of Arts and Humanities)
Early Childhood Educ./Early Childhood Special Educ. Dual Program (College of Education)
Economics (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)
Education (Teacher: Undecided) (College of Education)
Electrical Engineering (A. James Clark School of Engineering)
Elementary Education (College of Education)
English Language and Literature (College of Arts and Humanities)
English Language Arts Education (College of Education)
Environmental Science and Policy (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Environmental Science and Technology: Ecological Technology Design (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Environmental Science and Technology: Environmental Health (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Environmental Science and Technology: Natural Resources Management (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Environmental Science and Technology: Soil and Watershed Science (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)

F, G
Family Science (School of Public Health)
Film Studies (College of Arts and Humanities)
Finance (Robert H. Smith School of Business)
Fire Protection Engineering (A. James Clark School of Engineering)
French Language and Literature (College of Arts and Humanities)
Geographical Sciences (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)
Geology (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Germanic Studies (College of Arts and Humanities)
Government and Politics (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)

H, I, J
Hearing and Speech Sciences (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)
History (College of Arts and Humanities)
Information Systems (Robert H. Smith School of Business)
International Business (Robert H. Smith School of Business)
Italian (College of Arts and Humanities)
Japanese (College of Arts and Humanities)
Jewish Studies (College of Arts and Humanities)
Journalism: Broadcast (Philip Merrill College of Journalism)
Journalism: Multi-platform (Philip Merrill College of Journalism)

K, L, M
Kinesiology (School of Public Health)
Landscape Architecture (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Letters and Sciences (Letters and Sciences)
Linguistics (College of Arts and Humanities)
Management (Robert H. Smith School of Business)
Marketing (Robert H. Smith School of Business)
Materials Science and Engineering (A. James Clark School of Engineering)
Mathematics (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Mathematics Education (College of Education)
Mechanical Engineering (A. James Clark School of Engineering)
Middle School Education (College of Education)
Music: Education (College of Arts and Humanities)
Music: Liberal Arts Program (College of Arts and Humanities)
Music: Professional Program (College of Arts and Humanities)

Nutrition and Food Science: Dietetics (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Nutrition and Food Science: Food Science (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Nutrition and Food Sciences: Nutritional Science (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Operations Management (Robert H. Smith School of Business)
Persian Studies (College of Arts and Humanities)
Philosophy (College of Arts and Humanities)
Physical Sciences (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Physics (College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences)
Plant Sciences (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Plant Sciences: Horticulture and Crop Production (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Plant Sciences: Landscape Management (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Plant Sciences: Turf and Golf Course Management (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Plant Sciences: Urban Forestry (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources)
Psychology (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)
Public Health Science (School of Public Health)

Romance Languages (College of Arts and Humanities)
Russian Language and Literature (College of Arts and Humanities)
Science Education (College of Education)
Social Studies Education (College of Education)
Sociology (College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)
Spanish Language, Literature and Cultures (College of Arts and Humanities)
Special Education (College of Education)
Studio Art (College of Arts and Humanities)
Supply Chain Management (Robert H. Smith School of Business)
Theatre (College of Arts and Humanities)
Undecided (Letters and Sciences)
Women’s Studies (College of Arts and Humanities)
World Language Education (College of Education)

Annual Tuition & Other Fees
Annual tuition and fees for the 2014-15 academic year are*: 

 

Estimated Costs    Resident Non-resident
Annual tuition and mandatory fees* $9,427  $29,720
On-campus residence hall room, cable and phone $6,424 $6,424
Meal plan (Average) $4,209 $4,209
Books and supplies**    $1,130 $1,130
Local transportation and incidental costs** $3,162 $3,162
Total    $24,352 $44,645

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND’S GRADUATE SCHOOL

Graduate education at the University of Maryland addresses
large-scale global challenges involving climate, health, energy, language
and culture, information technology, and more. We also offer training for
careers as public policy experts, business innovators, and world-class artists
and performers.
The Graduate School supports these endeavors, collaborating with
campus colleges and schools on doctoral training, transitional and
terminal master’s degrees, and graduate certificate programs that are
relevant, agile, and competitive in the marketplace, and uphold the
highest academic standards. 
The more than 11,000 postbaccalaureate scholars at Maryland represent all 50
states and 120-plus countries. The Graduate School enhances crossdisciplinary
education through its Graduate Field Committees, which coordinate symposia and lectures, new
courses, and interdisciplinary research in areas like developmental science, film
studies, energy systems engineering, and biophysics.