Experience the Smith Difference
The online MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland develops expertly skilled business leaders rooted in data-driven decision making. Maryland Smith MBA graduates embody the leadership, decision-making, analysis and communication skills to thrive at the forefront of local, regional and international business.
A Flexible and Engaging Curriculum
The top online MBA programs are delivered by exceedingly accomplished business experts.
Highly focused and experientially driven, the online MBA from the internationally recognized Robert H. Smith School of Business features a world-renowned faculty and an innovative curriculum developed directly from real-world business experience.
Our online MBA offers flexibility while providing the same academic rigor as our internationally recognized on-campus MBA programs. Hone your leadership abilities and develop high-level communication and analytical skills. Gain valuable expertise in essential areas of business operations, such as accounting, marketing, finance, supply chain management and information systems. Explore the ethical and financial challenges of doing business in the global marketplace. The Smith online MBA focuses on modern, data-centric strategies and skills to create an educational experience with real-world value.
Any MBA program should broaden your overall perspective and understanding of the diverse world of business. A first-rate MBA program will also provide a detailed examination of the business areas that most interest you. That’s why our online MBA offers five highly relevant specializations focused on the most important aspects of modern business — Accounting, Finance, Information Systems and Business Analytics, Marketing, or Supply Chain Management — in addition to a general track for those looking for the broadest MBA experience.
Advanced managerial accounting is vital to every business. Learn to analyze, track and communicate the financial information necessary for formulating business strategy and managing financial assets.
Wise money management in the modern business environment is essential for success. Engage in an in-depth exploration of the challenging intricacies of corporate finance, financial restructuring and investing.
Information Systems and Business Analytics
Business is evolving more rapidly than ever through the increased ability to gather key information with speed and precision. Learn to manage and analyze data and design and implement information systems to help you stay current in the professional setting.
How your company and products are represented to the consumer is crucial to your company’s – and your – success. Explore the latest marketing topics, such as data-driven marketing and permission marketing. Build your brand management expertise while developing a strong portfolio of marketing skills that can be applied in a variety of settings.
Supply Chain Management
Growing local and global operations takes expertise. With a curriculum designed for the future of supply chain management, that’s what you get. Learn how to identify, evaluate and mitigate risk, improve efficiencies and utilize cutting-edge supply chain technology applications, including cloud-based programs like Resilinc and SAP.
Broaden your MBA experience with an expansive look at the core concepts covered in each of the five specializations. Develop your background in accounting, information systems and business analytics, finance, marketing and supply chain management to become the most well-rounded professional you can be.
The Smith Difference
In today’s fiercely competitive global business landscape, your MBA needs to be a mark of distinction on your resume. When you choose to earn your MBA online from Maryland Smith, you’ll notice the Smith difference even before your first class begins.
From the resourceful academic advisors who assist with your enrollment to the notable alumni who stand by your side, we’re resolute in our dedication to one another — because we know all of our success is interrelated. Not only will our approach set you apart, it will also bring you together with an empowering community unlike any other.
Building Careers and Fostering Success
Our graduates know first-hand the value of the Smith community — unparalleled support from faculty, the office of career services, the online MBA cohort and a network of 66,000 alumni worldwide.
We place extraordinary value on student interaction and recognize its importance as the catalyst for lasting professional success. Our program is designed to be highly engaging, providing frequent opportunities for connections and growth.
I chose Smith because when I researched other online MBA programs, it had the most positive attributes: the flexibility to stay home with my infant son while receiving a top-notch education, outstanding career service offerings, a team of professors that are the tops in their field, and lastly, the incredible reputation of the University of Maryland and the Robert H. Smith School of Business.
— Lauren McConnell, MBA ’15
Our faculty is the heart of our MBA program
While enrolled in the program, you will have the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with the innovators and established thought leaders of the Robert H. Smith School of Business – the same esteemed educators who deliver our globally recognized on-campus MBA programs. Consistently ranked among the nation’s best in intellectual capital by Financial Times, our faculty delivers a wealth of industry experience into every online course. Our students benefit from having the opportunity to interact and network with the minds that are currently shaping the world of business and defining the future of global business practice.
We welcome ambitious, highly motivated professionals who seek a rigorous academic program taught by our world-renowned faculty. Applicants are accepted on a rolling basis, with three start dates offered per year — January, May and August.
Spring 2021 Important Dates:
Application Deadline: November 30, 2020 | Start date: January 25, 2021
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