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TESST College Of Technology


Students attending TESST College of Technology can find quality educational programs offered in areas like allied health, criminal justice, information technology, and the trade fields, such as HVACR. Three campus sites are located in Maryland, in Baltimore, Beltsville and Towson, providing academic access to students in many of the state's urban or suburban areas. Enrolled students can find a variety of certificate-based or associate degree programs available on campus, many which combine general education with career-focused learning and professional skills, helping them build a practical set of workplace skills. In 2002, TESST College of Technology came under the ownership of Kaplan Higher Education, which operates many different career and technical schools across the U.S.

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Points of Distinction

  • Innovative curriculum offering job-specific skills
  • Three convenient locations for Maryland residents
  • Programs in allied health, criminal justice, information technology and the trades
  • Continuing education opportunities
  • Accredited through the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS)


The school's faculty members have experience in the field in which they teach, sharing their industry-specific knowledge, insight and skills directly with their students to effectively deepen their understanding and knowledge. These industry-skilled teachers also help provide them with an education that is relevant and meaningful, enabling students to quickly get out into the workforce and compete for the jobs that are desirous to them.

Student Life

Although the campuses are located in Maryland, TESST also provides access to students who live closer to Washington, D.C. or Alexandria, Va. Because there are no dormitories available on campus, students do have to commute to and from their campus site. But on campus, they can take advantage of a range of services that include academic advising, tutoring, a Learning Resource Center and careers services. A virtual library and a variety of virtual trade resources are also offered to students.


  1. About TESST College of Technology, TESST College of Technology. https://www.tesst.com/about/
  2. Areas of Study, TESST College of Technology. https://www.tesst.com/programs/
  3. TESST College of Technology, TESST College of Technology. https://www.tesst.com/

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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