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  • The Management Science Certificate emphasizes the theoretical, technical, and applied economic aspects of business administration and management. more >

  • UMBC's certificate is geared toward the capital markets/corporate decisions/investment portfolio end of the finance spectrum rather than the banking,... more >

  •       The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) is an initial teacher certification/licensure program. The MAT program provides talented college graduates with a professional program of study within an academic discip... more >

  • Unique combination of Business, Policy, and Aging Studies.  16-month Hybrid Masters program. more >

  • The UMBC CSEE Department has graduate degree programs leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in both Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. These programs are strongly supported by the industrial companies in the Greater Baltimore-Washington area and v... more >

  • UMBC's graduate course and research offerings in engineering, protein engineering, fermentation and upstream processes are virtually unparalleled by any other university in the United States. Graduate students collaborate on research projects with organ... more >

  • UMBC's post baccalaureate program in technology commercialization assists students indetermining product marketability, developing and executing a bus... more >

  • For students of French, German, and Spanish, the M.A. in Intercultural Communication provides an opportunity to combine graduate work in a language with studies in an appropriate related field. For non-native speakers of English, the U.S. Culture focus... more >

  • The UMBC Department of Public Policy offers a master's (M.P.P.) and a Ph.D. degree. The program is interdisciplinary, drawing from economics, sociology, political science and policy analysis. Students take a core curriculum, and then choose a specific p... more >

  • Designed to provide an advanced level of education to early and mid-career professionals working in the region's geospatial technology industry, UMBC's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program focuses on the information systems and computer aspec... more >

  • The MS program in Human-Centered Computing (HCC) is interdisciplinary in nature, building on significant strengths within the Information Systems Department and incorporating coursework from the Visual Arts Department. Human-Centered Computing focuse... more >

  • UMBC's certificate program includes the role of nonprofit institutions in American society, research and evaluation methods, nonprofit sectors such as... more >

  • UMBC has developed an intensive, one-year experience in the study of American contemporary music leading to the awarding of a post-baccalaureate certificate in Contemporary American Music. more >

  • UMBC's Mechanical Engineering Department plays a vital role in the design and development of systems that harness energy and motion - with important applications in industries from manufacturing to medicine. Collaborative efforts by faculty-student r... more >

  • The Systems Engineering (SE) Program at UMBC is designed to accelerate the development of systems engineers by providing practical experience that can be immediately applied on the job. Students learn from industry experts how to develop operable sys... more >

  •       The Department of Geography and Environmental Systems is at the interface between natural science, social science, public policy, engineering and information technology, with faculty who have background and... more >

  • The program places special emphasis on the tools of data analysis commonly used by economists. In today's economy, professionals in government and business have access to massive amounts of information and data. To use this information to improve the ef... more >

  • The Civil Engineering (ENCE) Program emphasizes research in water resources and environmental engineering. Environmental engineers identify and design solutions for environmental problems, such as providing safe drinking water, treating and safely di... more >

  • The Ph.D. program at UMBC recognizes the need for a multidisciplinary focus on "real-world", substantive problems; and of first-hand, familiarity with the tasks children face as they grow, with the environments that surround them, and with the practical... more >

  • The UMBC CSEE Department has graduate degree programs leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in both Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. These programs are strongly supported by the industrial companies in the Greater Baltimore-Washington area an... more >

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