Inspired Business Education
In the global economy, business success requires knowledge and skills that are nothing short of inspired.
At the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, inspired business education is our business. Our faculty is world class. Our research is cutting edge. Our learning is experiential and rooted in the real world. And our students learn to think like entrepreneurs.
One of 12 colleges and schools at the University of Maryland in College Park, the Smith School is plugged into the business, government, nonprofit and professional networks of the Washington, D.C., metroplex.
Our community of scholars and practitioners is deeply supportive of learning while equipping students to succeed in an often contentious marketplace.
Our broad range of programs, certificates and degrees are designed to prepare working professionals to hit the ground running in a world economy that is in flux, with technology and global competition accelerating the pace of change.
To do that, we offer an undergraduate, speciality master's, PhD, and full-time, part-time, online, and executive MBA programs.
The world economy is in flux. Technology and global competition are accelerating the pace of change. Entrepreneurs are working relentlessly to find the next big ideas and take them to market and to scale. The future is uncertain but filled with boundless opportunity.
- No. 2 master of finance program (Financial Times, 2018)
- No. 7 executive MBA program, U.S. (The Economist, 2018)
- No. 9 online MBA program (U.S.News & World Report, 2017)
- No. 9 full-time MBA student satisfaction, U.S. (Bloomberg Businessweek, 2016)
- No. 11 PhD program, world (Financial Times, 2014)
- No. 15 part-time MBA program, U.S. (U.S.News & World Report, 2018)
- No. 21 undergraduate program, U.S. (U.S.News & World Report, 2017)
- No. 27 full-time MBA program, U.S. (Financial Times, 2018)
- No. 16 research, world (Financial Times, 2018)
At Smith, we share a common commitment to “doing the right things, the right way.” We expect that students will behave with integrity, especially as it pertains to their academic performance, and hold them accountable for violations. This doesn’t just benefit our students now – it will one day benefit their careers, corporations and communities.
The Dean’s Office is committed to creating and promoting of a culture of integrity at Smith. We support and enforce the principles of academic integrity prescribed by the University of Maryland’s Office of Student Conduct. Smith students abide by the University of Maryland Honor Pledge:
“I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this assignment/examination.”
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