Offered by the University of Maryland
The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland (UMCP) will offer, starting in Fall 2016, the junior and senior years of its undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center. Students interested in joining the program, must have completed their first two years of major and general education courses. Additionally, students must be admissible to the University of Maryland and the A. James Clark of Engineering. Admissions requirements to the Clark School of Engineering include a cumulative GPA of a 3.0 and completion of specific gateway courses.
Details about these requirements can be found online at http://www.eng.umd.edu/advising/transfer or at www.smhec.org under ‘Universities’. Prerequisites are met by the CSM ESE-EE degree. Degree applications are due in to UMD by February1–March 1, 2016.
The SMHEC campus is located at 44219 Airport Road, in California, Maryland.
The SMHEC program will involve both Navy Scholarship and non-scholarship students. The Navy Scholarship students complete two summers of intern duty along with and in addition to the academic program and receive full funding for tuition and books. Non-Navy Scholarship students are not involved in the intern program. Navy scholarship students then work for a DOD facility nationwide for two years, including Patuxent River Naval Air Station as a preferred choice.
For more information concerning the Intern Program contact Dr. David Barrett 301-342-9360, David.Barrett@Navy.mil; for information concerning the College of Southern Maryland contact Ms. Shadei Jones, CSM Pre-Engineering Coordinator (301-934-7747, SJones3@CSMD.edu.