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From its campus in Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins University educates college students as a private institution. With both academic and technical programs, the institution helps students reach their professional goals. During a bachelor's degree, undergraduates take lower-division and upper-division coursework. Undergraduates also complete general education credits. Upper-division requirements focus on advanced concepts within a major. Learners benefit from support services like tutoring and career counseling. The school charges a per-credit fee of 4064 for its programs. Learners at the accredited institution qualify for federal student aid programs, including the Pell Grant. The school is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, an independent accrediting body.