July 7-19, 2019
Over a period of 2 weeks, students will explore careers in plant, animal, and environmental sciences through experiential learning and workshops. AgDiscovery students will also learn how USDA protects America’s food system through direct interaction with scientists at USDA. Students will live on the university’s campus in Baltimore, MD, and interact with faculty and the neighboring community. Coppin State AgDiscovery students will be engaged in a variety of laboratory exercises, activities, and field trips to agricultural research centers and laboratories.
Coppin State University is a model urban, residential liberal arts university within the University System of Maryland, located in the northwest section of the City of Baltimore. The university offers academic programs in the arts and sciences, teacher education, nursing, graduate studies, and continuing education. An HBCU (historically black colleges and universities), Coppin State has a culturally rich history as an institution that delivers quality educational programs and community outreach services. It offers 53 majors and 9 undergraduate degree programs. A fully accredited institution, Coppin State continues to grow and diversify its academic programs to contribute to the workforce demands of the State of Maryland and the country at large.