Maryland Smith continues to be named among the best top-tier online MBA programs, as ranked by the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online MBA Programs for 2021, holding the No. 10 spot for the second consecutive year. The 2021 ranking is based on a range of metrics in five measured categories: student engagement, admissions selectivity, peer reputation, faculty credentials and training, and student services and technology.
For Giulio Galleri, MBA ’18, and his team, completing the capstone project at Maryland Smith wasn’t just another project – it was an opportunity to make a difference for a client.
The global Find MBA Online publication recently highlighted the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business for its ability to promote online MBA post-degree success.
When you sign up for the Online MBA program at Maryland Smith, you get the skills you need to take your career to the next level, with a flexible schedule that helps you manage your time and attain your goals. But you also get a community that supports you through the program – and for years to come.
Online MBAs laud the program’s collaboration tools and ‘rich interactions’ Back in March, when schools and universities closed their doors and shifted learning online, there were skeptics. How could students learn effectively from laptops? What about those essential interactions between students and instructors? What about student collaboration and teamwork? Actually, all of that is available with a well-executed online program. And no one knows that better than Maryland Smith’s Online MBA students.
Leland Nislow and Vi Zenone Credit Maryland Smith’s Online Learning Community, Infrastructure New Maryland Smith graduates Leland Nislow and Vi Zenone are featured by Poets & Quants in its recently published “Best and Brightest Online MBAs: Class of 2020.”
The Online MBA Program at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is ranked No. 10 in the latest U.S. News and World Report Best Online MBA Programs, published today.
More than 62,000 students from 186 countries and territories have enrolled in the MicroMasters for Core MBA Curriculum at Maryland Smith since the program’s launch in fall 2018. About one-in-five students comes from the United States. The countries with the next highest enrollments for most courses are Canada, the United Kingdom, India, Indonesia, Brazil, Nigeria, Australia and Germany. Some participants sign up for the full seven-course series, hosted on the edX online learning platform, while other participants pick and choose among the various offerings.
New Maryland Smith grads Terri Jarboe Farri, Joe Costigan and Kathleen Finnegan are featured by Poets&Quants in its recently published Best and Brightest Online MBAs: Class of 2019.
Maryland Smith has advanced in the top 10 of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online MBA Programs. The new, No. 8 ranking for 2019 is up from No. 9 last year and places Maryland Smith sixth among public schools. It further “reaffirms the program’s reputation, especially in terms of student engagement” – one of five ranking methodology subcategories where Smith has excelled, says Assistant Dean of Online Programs Judy Frels at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.