Several schools within the University System of Maryland are looking to expand their degree options by offering health- and technology-based programs. The USM board of regents voted June 17 to allow five of its institutions to adopt new degree programs, with the majority of the programs being related to the tech and health industries. The 12 new programs were introduced to the regents by Coppin State University, Towson University, Salisbury University, Frostburg State University and Bowie State University. Each university introduced its own programs.
Five University System of Maryland schools adding new tech, health degree programs
June 24, 2022