Thriving & Competitive Economy

TU is the state resource for applied research, technical services, continuing education, and entrepreneurship.

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Students in the Information Technology Capstone course design and implement IT projects that address real-world issues including cost, safety, efficiency, and suitability for external clients by combining their technical, problem solving, and project management skills, on projects for partner organizations. Since 2012, over 300 students have completed 84 projects with more than 50 organizations.  

Over the past 10 years, TU has collaborated with every cabinet-level Maryland state agency to positively impact our state's infrastructure and citizens. We work with our partners in government and business to strengthen and grow Maryland's economy and improve the quality of life. We provide:

  • Resources to encourage local entrepreneurship and innovation
  • Customized workforce training programs to address critical skills gaps
  • Geographic information systems (GIS) mapping and application development to help decision makers visualize solutions
  • Case competitions for students to develop and present solutions to current problems faced by local companies
  • Strategic insight and expertise to assist businesses in implementing supply chain methodologies, cyber security, and advanced IT

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Workforce Training

Workforce Training with Maryland Emergency Management Agency

The Center for Professional Studies (CPS) has worked with the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) to develop the training protocol for all emergency staff operating with the State Emergency Operations Center.