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University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business

#43

Contact our general manager with any questions. Profile updated: May 13, 2020.

Contact Information

Location:
2303 Van Munching Hall
College Park, MD 20742
Admissions Office:
301-405-2559

School Data

Annual Tuition: $46,116

Acceptance Rate: 38%

Full-Time Enrollment: 115

International: 30%

Minority: 26%

Average Age: 29

Female: 35%

Male: 65%

Application Deadlines: Round 1: December 15, 2019; Round 2: January 15, 2020; Round 3: March 1, 2020; Round 4: April 30, 2020.

The Robert H. Smith School of Business MBA: What You Need To Know

Recognizing that today’s business students need flexibility, students have various options for accelerating Smith’s 21-month MBA program should they choose. Smith’s full-time MBA curriculum gives students an understanding of the importance of globalization, entrepreneurship, and technology (GET) in today’s business environment. Throughout the core courses, students explore how globalization, entrepreneurship, and technology are changing business practices, as well as build critical management skills in leadership, teamwork, integrative analysis, and oral and written communication.

GET courses are the pillars of the Smith core and enhance the fundamental courses in such areas as finance, marketing, operations, and management. During the first year, students choose one GET Selective in each of the three areas, providing the flexibility to customize the program with GET courses to meet personal interests and career goals.

Once full-time MBA students complete the required core classes, they may choose to take elective courses at Smith; or they can take a limited number of electives from graduate programs at the broader university, graduate business schools that are members of the Washington, D.C., Consortium, or colleges and universities that have inter-institutional registration agreements with the Smith School.

Smith School of Business MBA Rankings Data

Smith School of Business MBA Employment Stats

Smith has not published in its employment report its top employers.

MBA Program Consideration Set:

Stretch Schools: Georgetown, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Washington University, Rice, Vanderbilt

Match Schools: Michigan State, University of Washington, Brigham Young, Southern Methodist University, Rochester, Boston University, Purdue, Georgia Tech, Ohio State

Safe Schools: Wake Forest, Penn State, Boston College, Tulane, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign