At the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business, you'll find an unparalleled education that helps you unleash your creativity. Challenge the status quo. Think critically and independently. And empower yourself to shape the future for the benefit of all. In addition to gaining an indispensable business toolkit, you'll learn to embrace the complexities of modern business while preparing to overcome the grand challenges of tomorrow.
Our forward-looking curriculum is led by globally influential faculty. They'll help you define your path, discover your passion and engage the future with purpose. And with deep connections to the business, government, nonprofit and professional networks of the Washington, D.C., Metro area, we can offer truly unique learning experiences and access to internship and job opportunities across all industries. At Smith, you'll never stop moving Fearlessly Forward.
Executive MBA, U.S
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Master of Finance
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MS in Marketing Analytics
AI at Smith
Transforming teaching, research and the practice of business
Learn more about how the Smith School's robust research enterprise explores the capabilities of AI and how we're preparing our students for the future of business.
Smith’s deep connections to the business community open unmatched opportunities. Advisory Councils keep us actively engaged with industry leaders and experts, who bring their real-world experience to help shape what students learn, match classroom lessons to real-world needs, and widen the pipeline for internship and job opportunities.
As I moved along the interview ladder, I worked with my career coach to sharpen my responses. My last round of interviews went so well that Amazon offered me a more senior role than I originally applied for
Blanka Thibaud, MBA ’21
Real Estate Transactions Manager
The Smith community extends far beyond the walls of Van Munching Hall. With more than 69,000 alumni globally, and partnerships with prestigious companies, organizations and foundations, you’re never without a connection.
The first time I visited the United States was when I landed at Smith. The professors and welcoming environment made it easy to assimilate into a new culture and ultimately find what I was passionate about – finance.
Akash Palkhiwala, MBA ’99
Lisa Kidd Hunt ’97
Lisa Kidd Hunt didn’t exactly leave Smith after graduating with her bachelor’s degree in finance. Not in a Matthew Mcconaughey à la “Dazed & Confused” kind of way, but she’s the kind of person who sticks around, cultivating the relationships and roots she’s planted.
Evan Lutz ’14
Entrepreneur Evan Lutz ’14 hates to see food go to waste. So in 2014 during his senior year at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, he co-founded Hungry Harvest from his dorm basement in College Park, Md.
Bill Boyle ’81
Entrepreneurs can face a multitude of challenges as they take their ideas from concept to startup, and Bill Boyle ’81 understands them all.
Our one-of-a-kind faculty create a vibrant intellectual community where you’ll be challenged to learn and grow. Our highly regarded research faculty are shaping the practice of business around the world.
Improving the kidney donor recipient matching process
Michael Faulkender, Former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
Offering expert testimony to Congress on inflation
Providing insights for strategy and innovation in her Forbes column
Analyzing climate-driven flood risk
Gerald Suarez, Former Director of Presidential Quality at the White House
Providing world-renowned organizational design thought leadership
Influencing the future of information systems by studying bias and objectivity in AI
Events at Smith
Executive MBA Info Session
12:00 PM EST
Military to Business Career Primer
5:30 PM EST
Master’s Programs Application Tips & Tricks
8:30 AM EST
The Proposed Basel 3 Endgame Capital Rules: Impacts on Banking, Business and Consumers
12:00 PM EST
iSchool Pop Up Information Session
11:00 AM EDT
Full Time MBA Info Session
8:30 AM EDT
Girls Who Code Information Session
5:00 PM EDT
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- Contact Smith Operations for questions about facilities for all locations.
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