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Higher Education in Maryland

Academic Programs and Career Training

Different types of education are available at Maryland colleges, universities, community colleges and private career schools. You can search the various program and training inventories provided below to find information that is of interest to you.

Maryland Colleges and Universities

Private Career School Training

  • Private Career School Training:
    Over 300 diverse occupational training courses offered by more than 150 Maryland private career schools are identified.  Training ranges from cosmetology to dental assisting.  Training can be viewed by:  (a) career field, (b) school, (c) region, or (d) keyword.  Asterisk indicates Veteran approved.

Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Training

  • WIA Occupational Training:  
    Descriptions are provided of almost 500 occupational training courses that are on the State List of Occupational Training Providers eligible for funding through the Federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA).  The state List includes training offered by more than 75 community colleges, colleges and universities, private career schools, and other training providers.  Training can be searched by
    (a) training type, (b) training provider, (c) county, or (d) keyword.
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