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Presenters

Sunday, October 17, 2004; Page SM05

• 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.


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