University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Location
Baltimore, MD
Student Size
13,497
College Type
Public University|Business
Accceptance Rate
69%
Average Cost Per Year
$16,868
Student To Faculty Ratio
17:1

About Our College

The university is the largest degree-granting institution in western North Dakota.[3] It has study-abroad campuses in Rome and Arequipa, Peru, and also operates academic programs at satellite locations in North Dakota (Fargo, downtown Bismarck, Watford City, Grand Forks), Minnesota, Montana, Kansas, and Arizona. It is endorsed by The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College, and is recognized as a college of distinction, with notable programs in Education, Business, and Nursing.[4][5] The National Council of State Boards of Nursing exam results (i.e. NCLEX) ranked the University of Mary’s nursing program as #1 regionally and #1 of 2,061 nursing programs nationwide in 2019, and again in 2021 as #1 of 2,145 nursing programs nationwide .[6][7][8][9]

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University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Location
Baltimore, Maryland
Student Size
13,638 Students
College Type
Public
Accceptance Rate
69%
Average Cost Per Year
$27,118
Student To Faculty Ratio
17:1:1

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UMBC is a dynamic public research university that redefines excellence in higher education. UMBC offers an inclusive culture that connects innovative teaching and learning, research across disciplines, and civic engagement. Whatever your passion, at UMBC you’ll find a program that challenges and excites you and a community that supports you.

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