The undergraduate experience at Maryland Smith is like no other. Our students proudly call it “The Smith Experience.”
From personal career coaching to the rare suite of activities only Smith offers, you’ll be able to check all the boxes necessary to build your own brand and command your career. You’ll be prepared to take on the responsibilities and intellectual challenges that a keen business sense requires. You’ll develop as a leader, but also have the interpersonal skills to be an invaluable teammate.
Explore What We Have To Offer
An undergraduate student of the University of Maryland meeting the set criteria can add a Smith minor to complement their current major.
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Smith Fellows Programs
You can control your individual learning experience by becoming a Smith fellow. Each one-year program is unique and will allow the intense study of a specific area of business, ranging from finance and supply chain to strategic design and global consulting. Most programs require one course in the fall semester and one in the spring semester.
"At Smith, I was a Venture Capital and Private Equity fellow, a program that introduced me to a career I'm passionate about and taught me the basics of being a good investor, lessons I still rely on today. I also connected with smart and talented classmates, professors, and mentors who have remained wonderful friends and colleagues post-graduation. I would not be where I am today without the support I received from Smith!"
Julia Klein, Smith Class of 2013
B.S. Finance, Summa Cum Laude; B.A. Economics, Summa Cum Laude
Vice President at March Capital, Los Angeles, California
Harvard Business School, MBA, High Distinction (Baker Scholar)
Meet Dean Prabhudev Konana
Prabhudev Konana became Dean of the Robert H. Smith School of Business on January 2, 2021. In this role, he leads Maryland Smith in its mission to promote research excellence, sustainable innovative programs, and an inclusive learning environment that fosters intellectual discovery, and equip current and future leaders to assess complex problems and deliver innovative solutions.
Smith Undergrads Succeed
Land Full-Time Positions
Complete One internship
Complete Two Internships
Meet Victor Mullins
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies
Victor Mullins became Associate Dean on July 1, 2012. He heads The Office of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. Mullins also serves as the Diversity Officer for Maryland Smith. He is passionate about student development and works collaboratively with faculty, staff, students, alumni, and corporate partners to build a strong student-centered community.
Proud of our Diverse Community
Smith’s first-year retention rate among African American students stands at 100%, where it’s been for several years – among the highest rates of any college on campus. For female students, the rate is at 98%, and for Latinx, it’s at 91%.
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Meet the Advisory Council
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.
Meet the Business Honors Advisory Council
The Smith Undergraduate Business Honors Advisory Council offers guidance and perspectives into all aspects of the Smith Business Honors experience. This year, the council is working alongside Smith leadership, faculty, staff and students to assist in the design of an interactive, collaborative, and inclusive learning experience for Smith business honors students.
The University of Maryland’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions in the Mitchell Building administers the Smith School’s College Park admission process. Visit the undergraduate admissions page for additional information.
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Undergraduate Program Office
1570 Van Munching Hall
For general inquiries you may contact the University of Maryland at 301-405-1000.