Johns Hopkins University, offering a master of science degree in systems engineering and in technical management. Johns Hopkins and the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center will be taking sign-ups for an information session on a bachelor of engineering completion degree.
University of Maryland at College Park, offering a master of engineering and graduate certificates in project management and in mechanical, environmental, electrical, aerospace, systems and reliability engineering.
Catholic University, offering a master of science in engineering management/project and systems engineering management; special education; social work; and nursing and an RN to BSN degree in nursing.
Capitol College, offering bachelor's completion degrees in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science and network security.
College of Notre Dame of Maryland, offering a master of arts in management and in education and a doctorate in instructional leadership for changing populations.
Old Dominion University, offering a master's in modeling and simulation and in engineering management and bachelor's completion degrees in electrical, civil, mechanical and general engineering technology.
Towson University, offering a master of science in instructional technology and in human resource development and a master's of education.
University of Maryland University College, offering a bachelor of science degree in information systems management.
College of Southern Maryland, offering a variety of associate degrees and certificates, plus articulation programs with Johns Hopkins, Capitol College and Old Dominion Engineering and Engineering Technology for bachelor's completion degrees.
NAVAIR Career Development Office, offering training and development to enhance the ability of Navy personnel to support the fleet. Navy College will be available with its information.