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Graduate Schools in the Baltimore Area

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  1. University of Maryland, Baltimore County

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    Graduate School,

    BALTIMORE, MD,

    27 Niche users give it an average review of 4.3 stars.

    Featured Review: Master's Student says UMBC is an amazing institution. The professors truly care about the success of each student. I transferred to UMBC, and it was one of the best decisions I have made. There is a strong sense of...Socially, I was a little nervous about attending UMBC. I did not know many people at the University, so finding a new group of friends was a concern of mine. This concern quickly lessened after a....

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  2. Coppin State University

    Graduate School,

    BALTIMORE, MD,

    8 Niche users give it an average review of 4.9 stars.

    Featured Review: Master's Student says My Educational Journey in MS Addiction Counseling just started and I have had exciting and some very challenging experiences. Master's in addiction counseling is very worthwhile.It is a course that prepares students for professional careers in drug and alcohol abuse counseling, with emphasis on substance abuse prevention and treatment.So my best part of my education path is learning the following1. Advanced understanding of the root cause of addiction.2. Knowledge about the role of mental health in addiction.3. Treatment planning skills and techniques that can be personalized to meet the needs of your clients.Some of the worst part of studying this course is how strenuous is can be, if one does not have passion for this course and compassion for people, it is difficult to keep on.So far so good I’m having a great experience and can’t wait to round off so I can start leading a helping hand to people.

    Read 8 reviews.

  3. Maryland University of Integrative Health

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    Graduate School,

    LAUREL, MD,

    12 Niche users give it an average review of 4.9 stars.

    Featured Review: Master's Student says I haven’t started yet! I begin September 9, 23. I’m eager for the cooking classes the most. I’ve been holding out on school for quite some time now and I’m a bit nervous. School is financially....

    Read 12 reviews.

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