Area Students Earn Degrees from University of Maryland Global Campus
The following local students have earned degrees from University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC).
- Whitney Ann Cloke of Corpus Christi earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology
- Monique Graves of Corpus Christi earned a Bachelor of Science in Management Studies
- Taylor Vaughn Fabrygel of Corpus Christi earned a Bachelor of Science Magna Cum Laude in Software Development and Security
- Laura Dugan of Robstown earned a Master of Distance Education and E-Learning
- Frederick Quincy Henderson of Corpus Christi earned a Master of Science in Cybersecurity Technology
- Jesus Stakes of Corpus Christi earned a Master of Science in Learning Design and Technology
The university held a virtual stateside commencement on May 15 for more than 5,500 graduates of the Class of 2021. Worldwide, more than 13,000 students from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as 32 countries and territories, earned UMGC degrees during the 2020-21 academic year. UMGC also conducts graduation ceremonies in Europe and Asia for military servicemembers and their families serving overseas.
University of Maryland Global Campus (formerly University of Maryland University College) is a world leader in innovative educational models, with award-winning online programs in disciplines including biotechnology, cybersecurity, data analytics, and information technology that are in high demand in today's increasingly technical, global workplace.
With an enrollment of some 90,000 students, UMGC offers open access with a global footprint and a specific mission-to meet the learning needs of students whose responsibilities may include jobs, family, and military service. The university offers both undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs, including doctoral programs.
A pioneer in distance education since 1947, UMGC today is harnessing the power of learning science and technology to deliver high quality, low cost, accessible higher education.
In 1949, UMGC became the first institution to send faculty overseas to teach active-duty military personnel at installations in Europe. The university expanded overseas operations to Asia in 1956 and to the Middle East in 2005. UMGC faculty have taught in the war zones of Vietnam, Kosovo, Kuwait, Afghanistan and Iraq.