The Baltimore MBA – Powerful, Flexible and Designed by YOU.
The University of Baltimore MBA is designed with you (and your employer) in mind. You have the option to take classes in a traditional classroom, online or both—it's your choice. Whatever you decide, you'll learn alongside other students who are looking to grow professionally, just like you.
AACSB International accreditation ensures that we are offering you a quality program that may help you today—but ultimately provide you with the knowledge and skills for tomorrow.
It’s inspired by real-world business challenges.
It’s driven by the most relevant issues in business today.
It empowers you to build your own MBA.
It offers "bite-sized" class formats.
It’s AACSB International accredited.
It’s available on campus and online.
It’s an amazing opportunity.
The University of Baltimore MBA is geared toward the busy working professional.
We understand that your life doesn't neatly accommodate a traditional schedule, so we're letting you pick the schedule that you find most convenient.
A Curriculum Built for You and the Most Relevant Issues in Business.
The University of Baltimore MBA curriculum is built around these six major themes; every course fits into at least one:
Managing Innovation and Strategy
Leading and Managing People
Interfacing with External Stakeholders
Managing the Value Chain
Managing Performance and Risk
Leveraging Technology and Business Intelligence
Specializations to help you meet your professional goals.
The MBA offers 11 areas of specialization to enhance your career and help you meet your personal goals. You may specialize in one of the areas below by taking 9 credits of electives in that area of study.
You can also customize your specialization by taking 9 credits of electives in any approved 700-level MBA course.
You can also complete the entire Flexible Core by completing all eight courses. This will satisfy the 9-credit Flexible Core requirement in addition to the 9-credit specialization requirement.
Inspired by real-world business challenges.
As long as the MBA has been offered at the University of Baltimore, we've kept the needs of business in mind. Our program was built with the advice and expertise of the Baltimore business community, our esteemed alumni, and current and prospective students and faculty.
In higher education, sometimes course curriculum is created behind closed doors—theory does not always go hand in hand with practice. Our approach is different. We consult with business leaders from some of the area's top companies. We survey students and alumni. We hold focus groups. We conduct secondary research. It is essential that the UB MBA meet the needs of the students we serve and the business community that hires them.
We recognize that there is a strong demand for the MBA. Any 21st-century graduate business degree, however, must be applicable to a fast-paced, globally scaled business environment. It must reach a student population that is connected via technology like no other generation in history. We encourage our students to blaze a trail in business and the community at large—and that requires an MBA that is as flexible as it is applicable.