Participating Maryland Colleges

All information related to registration, including course offerings and class schedules, are made available at each of these community colleges or online for students enrolled at Towson University. To the extent possible, classes will be scheduled at convenient times for the students to be served by this program.

Information about transfer of credits for each identified associate’s degree program within these institutions can be found on the sites below. There you will be directed to a page that will identify which associate’s degrees are eligible for the allied health program, and the likely number of transfer credits from each program. Evaluation of transfer credits has been jointly discussed and recommended by relevant academic administrators at Towson University and each community college. Please note that some individual variations will apply, depending on all of the specific college coursework you have completed.

Students who did not attend one of the community colleges listed above are still eligible to apply to the program. The appropriate associate’s degree in a health-related field is the primary criterion for admission. Please contact the program director for further information.


Kathleen Gould, EdD, M.A., RD, LDN

Linthicum Hall, Rm. 340 G