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University of Maryland College Park
Place / State :Maryland
Address :Director of Admissions, University of Maryland College Park, College Park, MD-20742
Contact : E-Mail - 1
Website :http://www.umd.edu 
Degree Awarded :,Bachelor's, Master's,Doctoral,
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Accounting, Advertising, Aerospace Engineering, Agricultural Bussiness, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Sciences, Agronomy/Soil and Crop Sciences, American Studies, Animal Sciences, Anthropology, Architecture, Art Eductation, Art/Fine Arts, Art History, Astronomy, Biochemistry, Biology/Biological Sciences, Black/African-American Studies, Botany/Plant Sciences, Broadcasting, Business Administration/ Commerce/ Management, Business Education, Cartography, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Child Care/Child and Family Studies, Chinese, City/Community/Regional planning, Civil Engineering, Classics, Community Services, Computer Science, Conservation, Consumer Services, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Dairy Sciences, Dance, (Pre)Dentistry Sequence, Dietetics, Early Childhood Education, East Asian Studies, Economics, Education, Educational Administration, Electrical Engineering, Elementary Education, Engineering (General), English, Entomology, Family and Consumer Studies, Fashion Design and Technology, Fashion Merchandising, Finance/Banking, Fire Protection Engineering, Fire Science, Food Sciences, French, Geography, Geology, German, Germanic Languages and Literatures, Health Education, History, Home Economics, Home Economics Education, Horticulture, Human Ecology, Industrial Arts, Interior Design, Italian, Japanese, Journalism, Judaic Studies, Labor and Industrial Relations, Landscape Architecture/Design, Latin, Law Enforcement/Police Sciences, (Pre)Law Sequence, Liberal Arts/General Studies, Linguistics, Marketing/ Retailing/ Merchandising, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, (Pre)Medicine Sequence, Microbiology, Music, Music Education, Music History, Natural Resource Management, Nuclear Engineering, Nursing, Nutrition, Philosophy, Physical Education, Physical Fitness/Exercise Science, Physical Sciences, Physics, Political Science/Government, Portuguese, Poultry Sciences, Psychology, Public Relations, Romance Languages, Russian, Russian and Slavic Studies, Science Education, Secondary Education, Secretarial Studies/Office Management, Slavic Languages, Sociology, Soil Conservation, Spanish, Special Education, Speech Pathology and Audiology, Speech Therapy, Statistics, Studio Art, Textiles and Clothing, Theater Arts/Drama, Transportation Technologies, Urban Studies, Vocational Education, Wildlife Management, Womens Studies, Zoology,

Institution Details :Founded in 1856, 3773 acre suburban campus with easy access to Baltimore and Wasington, DC
Student body:Coeducational
Institutional control : State


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  • Most Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 30% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top 10% of their high school class and scored over 1250 (1310 recentered ) on SATI (verbal and mathematical combined )or over 29 on the ACT (composite). 
  • Very Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 60% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top 10% of their high school class and scored over 1150 (1230) recentered) on the SAT I or over 26 on the ACT. 
  • Moderately Difficult: Out of the applicants, about 85% or fewer of the applicants were accepted who were in the top half of their high school class and scored over 900 (1010 recentered) on the SAT I or over 18 on the ACT. 
  • Minimally Difficult: Out of the applicants, up to 95% of the applicants were accepted who were not in the top half of their high school class and scored somewhat below 900(1010 recentered ) on the SAT I or below 19 on the ACT. 
  • Noncompetitive: Virtually all applicants were accepted regardless of high school rank or test scores.