University of Maryland Eastern Shore

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES), the state’s historically black 1890 land-grant institution, has its purpose and uniqueness grounded in distinctive learning, discovery and engagement opportunities in the arts and sciences, education, technology, engineering, agriculture, business and health professions. 

UMES is a student-centered, doctoral research degree-granting university known for its nationally accredited undergraduate and graduate programs, applied research, and highly valued graduates. 

UMES provides individuals, including first generation college students, access to a holistic learning environment that fosters multicultural diversity, academic success, and intellectual and social growth. 

UMES prepares graduates to address challenges in a global knowledge-based economy, while maintaining its commitment to meeting the workforce and economic development needs of the Eastern Shore, the state, the nation and the world. 
  • For the 2+3 Pharmacy Pathway Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Succesfully complete the requirements of CSM's Associate of Science degree in Pre-Professional Health Science (Pharmacy Track).
    • Maintain a minimum of 3.5 GPA.
    • Obtain a score of at least 50 on the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT).
    • Have a successful interview
  • For the B.S. in Technology and Engineering Education Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Graduate from CSM with an Associate of Arts in Teacher Education, Secondary.
    • Complete the admissions application for the University of Maryland Eastern Shore following the third semester of their associate degree program.
  • For the Honors-to-Honors Articulation Agreement, CSM students must:
    • Complete 12 credit hours in honors courses at CSM at the time of hte application to UMES and the Richard A. Henson Honors Progam. 
    • Apply to UMES by the published priority deadline.
    • Be admitted to UMES as as a degree seeking studnet
    • Apply to the Richard A. Henson Honors Program by the published deadline.
    • Earned at least a 3.3 cumulative GPA at the time of the application to UMES and the Richard A. Henson Honors Progam.
  • For the 2+3 Pharmacy Pathway Articulation Agreement,
    • UMES will guarantee admission for up to three CSM students annually, provided they meet the requirements mentioned above.
  • For the Honors-to-Honors Articulation Agreement,
    • UMES will offer guaranteed admission to UMES and the Richard A. Henson Honors Program if students meet the criteria above.
    • UMES will offer a financial award to UMES and the Richard A. Henson Honors Program if students meet the criteria above, as determined by student's admission's rubric scores.

view our 2+3 pharmacy pathway articulation agreement

view our b.s. in technology and engineering education transfer pathway

VIEW OUR HONORS-TO-HONORS ARTICULATION AGREEMENT

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