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University System offers graduate, undergraduate programs

September 24, 2006

University System of Maryland at Hagerstown



32 W. Washington St.
Hagerstown

Main phone number: 240-527-2060.
Web site: http://hagerstown.usmd.edu

The University System of Maryland at Hagerstown opened for students in January 2005.

Students can complete bachelor's degrees and earn master's degrees in a variety of programs offered by universities at the University System facility in the former Baldwin House complex at 32 W. Washington St. in downtown Hagerstown.

Classes are offered at various times by Towson University, University of Maryland College Park, the University of Maryland University College and Frostburg State University.

Most of the programs offered by the University of Maryland University College are online.

Towson University offers nursing programs.

Tuition for Towson University for full-time students is $6,912 for in-state nursing undergraduates and $14,568 for full-time out-of-state nursing students.

University of Maryland College Park graduate students pay $411 per credit hour for in-state tuition and out-of-state graduate students pay $866 per credit hour.

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The University of Maryland University College offers accounting, social sciences and information systems management.

According to its Web site, University of Maryland University College charges Maryland residents $230 per undergraduate credit hour.

Tuition for out-of-state undergraduates is $444 per credit hour. Most classes are online.

Frostburg State University, which attracted 311 of the spring semester's 332 students, offers a majority of the center's programs.

Those programs include sociology, business administration, criminal justice and education.

Tuition for Frostburg State University's undergraduate classes taken at Hagerstown is $227 per credit hour for in-state students and $407 per credit hour for out-of-state students.

Graduate classes are $304 per credit hour for in-state students and $347 for out-of-state students.

The center also serves about 150 students who take online courses through the center's four partnering universities.

Students also are subject to additional fees from all University System of Maryland at Hagerstown participating universities.

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