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What does it mean for something to be made for you? Is it customized? Tailor-made? A perfect fit? For us, it’s much more than that. At University of Maryland Global Campus, it means we were built from the ground up with you, the working adult, as our sole focus. Your needs drive everything we do—and have for the past 70 years. When you enroll, you'll experience the difference it makes to study at a university made with you in mind.
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Protect data, study cyber threats, and take advantage of a program that can help you earn valuable industry certifications.
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Train to become an educator by learning about teaching techniques, leadership, learning styles, classroom technology, and e-learning.
Join our accredited nursing program or career-focused programs in healthcare, biotechnology, or environmental management.
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Our professors hold a wide range of leadership positions that give them diverse insights into their industries and a depth and breadth of knowledge that helps them align programs with the job market.
(Required within the first 6 credits of graduate study for all new graduate students, except those in programs requiring CBR, DCL, or PRO 600.) An overview of the skills needed for academic and professional success. Focus is on enhancing communication and critical thinking skills. Assignments provide familiarity with tools such as social media and library and information resources. APA style and resources are also addressed.