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Clark School Programs Ranked by USA Today, Princeton Review

Clark School Programs Ranked by USA Today, Princeton Review


The University of Maryland's programs in engineering and entrepreneurship are featured in USA Today's 2013 Grad School Guide. Produced in collaboration with The Princeton Review, the guide offers information on graduate studies in business, entrepreneurship, law, medicine, health sciences, engineering and education.

The A. James Clark School of Engineering is listed as a top graduate program in the northeast, and is cited for its unique joint degree programs and state-of-the-art laboratories in the Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building.

The Warren Citrin Graduate Fellowships for Entrepreneurial Engineering Students program is featured as a top program at the university for its support of Clark School students conducting research in the broad area of sustainability.

Learn more about the Clark School's graduate and entrepreneurship programs.

May 29, 2013


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