Self-Paced, Available Anytime
This is a seven course, online program that is designed and taught by the world-class MBA faculty at the Robert H Smith School of Business. You will learn the fundamental business skills needed to advance in your career.
This program is designed for business leaders who seek to leverage AI/ML to improve their business. You will build a deeper appreciation for the possibilities of AI while recognizing its limitations and potential pitfalls.
In partnership with EdX
A Professional Certificate in Digital Marketing leads you to the digital marketing and advertising acumen you need to take advantage of the explosive growth and rapidly evolving marketing industry.
Free and available anytime
Advanced Risk Management for Mortgage Professionals
In partnership with the Mortgage Bankers Association
Maryland Smith offers The Advanced Risk Management (ARM) for Mortgage Professionals program, an in-depth learning opportunity via industry practitioners, team exercises and case studies. The program is limited in size to highlight interaction and delivers the insight needed to identify and manage various risks throughout the bank. Join us for our three program series and take your risk management skills to the next level!
Advanced Risk Management Essentials
Advanced Risk Management: Beyond the Basics
June 7, 14, and 21
Advanced Risk Management: Advanced
Hosted at MBA’s Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum in Nashville, TN
Climate Finance and Risk Management Strategy
This seven-week executive-level program is available in synchronous or asynchronous formats, and is customizable to specific industries upon request.
UMD has convened an interdisciplinary team of experts focused on climate change, weather and enterprise risk management to inform organizations on:
- What is important to know about climate NOW and how to prepare for what is coming NEXT
- Climate models
- What are they telling you?
- How do you evaluate them for your business?
- How do you assess the strengths and weaknesses?
- Climate-related financial disclosures
- What are they?
- How are they developed?