BALTIMORE (AP) — Plans for a bachelor’s degree program in adventure sports management at Frostburg State University are advancing.

A committee of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents approved the plan Tuesday during a meeting in Baltimore. It now goes to the full board for a vote as soon as next month.

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The program would build on an associate’s degree offered at Garrett College since 1992. Proponents say most of those community college graduates want to earn a bachelor’s in adventure sports, and more than 60 percent of them transfer to schools in other states to get one.

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Garrett College awards an average of 12 associate degrees in adventure sports per year.

Frostburg State currently offers a B.S. in recreation and parks management with a curricular focus in adventure sports.

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