Colleges in Maryland
Maryland is a North Eastern state that’s known as “America in Miniature” partially due to the variety of topography, which includes sandy dunes, pine groves, hills of oak forests, and marshland. The climate varies just as much as the land. There are 55 colleges in Maryland, the majority of which are public four-year or private non-profit institutions. The oldest college is St. John’s College, previously King William School, and was founded in 1696, and the most selective is Johns Hopkins University. When it comes to top industries, BioHealth & Life Sciences, IT & Cybersecurity, and Advanced Manufacturing are popular in Little America. Main attractions in Maryland include The Walters Art Museum, the National Aquarium, and the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.