Become a Specialized Business Expert
Employers want candidates who know how to analyze big data and think critically to solve business problems. Maryland Smith’s master’s degree programs are designed to give you just that. You’ll develop advanced knowledge of a specialized business area, helping you stand out and make a real impact in the workplace.
Major employers who have hired our students include:
Specialty Master's Degree Programs
Explore how major businesses track and report their finances. You’ll gain specialized knowledge of how to analyze and manage financial and tax data while following today’s strict accounting guidelines.
Acquire the state-of-the-art skills needed for a successful career in finance. Master the latest tools in corporate investment, risk management and asset allocation in a global context.
Use your critical thinking and tech skills to gain a competitive edge in the workplace. You’ll use the latest web technology to analyze, organize and manage valuable business information, preserve privacy and lead complex projects.
Discover how companies use big data to reach consumers who will grow their business. You’ll analyze massive amounts of data, predict what consumers are interested in and explore how to make marketing campaigns more successful.
Fast-track your finance career with sophisticated quantitative and programming skills. You’ll gain advanced knowledge of financial markets, institutions and the latest analytics techniques.
Supply Chain Management
Receive hands-on training from supply chain experts across numerous industries. Learn how goods move across the world, negotiate business deals and become more confident in analyzing and solving the complex problems you’ll face while working in this exciting global industry.
University of Maryland Undergraduate Students
Plus 1 Program
Earn a dual bachelor’s and specialty master’s degree in less time. As a University of Maryland undergraduate student, the Plus 1 program allows you take up to ten graduate-level business courses that count toward both your bachelor’s and master’s degree.