It’s one of the top reasons people embark on the journey to earn an advanced academic degree – getting the job they really want. In both Fall 2021 and Spring 2022, the Master of Science in Accounting Program (MSA) at the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business helped 100% of its graduates who were known to be seeking new employment, do just that.
A $1.34 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education through its Title IV Centers for International Business (CIBE) program will enable the Center for Global Business at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business to expand its portfolio of programs through 2026.
New Maryland Smith graduates Anthony Duellman and Lynze Hagan are among Poets & Quants “Best & Brightest Online MBAs: Class Of 2022.”
Daylin Russo, representing the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business Full-Time MBA Program, is featured among the world’s 100 “Best & Brightest MBAs: Class of 2022,” by Poets & Quants, the digital news outlet dedicated to global coverage of business education.
Whether in the public sector or private sector, Ryan McCarthy, EMBA ’13, says, the fundamentals of leadership remain constant. McCarthy recently served as the 24th Secretary of the U.S. Army, the top civilian post in the largest U.S. military branch, and was previously in executive positions at Lockheed Martin.
The University of Maryland and its Robert H. Smith School of Business are launching two new undergraduate programs that will give highest-achieving students a big-picture view of business and industry in the changing workplace. The Interdisciplinary Business Honors Living-Learning Program and the Smith Business Leadership Fellows Program are each designed to enrich the college experience for the highest-achieving undergraduate applicants and further nurture their intellectual curiosity.
Maryland Smith’s Mulchandani and Zeiser Among Poets & Quants’ Class of 2021 Best and Brightest EMBAs
Kabir Mulchandani and Jessica Zeiser, representing the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business Executive MBA Program, are featured among the world’s ”Best and Brightest Executive MBAs in the Class of 2021” by Poets & Quants, the digital news outlet dedicated to global coverage of business education.
The University of Maryland will receive a $1.5 million gift from the Fishlinger Family Foundation to support the Robert H. Smith School of Business’ Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship and the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences’ Joel and Kim Feller Advising and Career Center. The first $1 million of the donation is designated to help fund the Dingman Center’s programs, operations and other initiatives that help students launch their own startups. The other $500,000 will go to the Feller Center, to endow a Fishlinger director of career planning.
Maryland Smith’s Online MBA and Full-Time MBA programs are among the best in the country, according to a new ranking published by Fortune Education. Smith’s OMBA was listed as No. 6 in the United States in 2021. The highly acclaimed program also places among the top 10 in rankings from U.S. News & World Report and the Financial Times. Meanwhile, Maryland Smith’s flagship Full-Time MBA program ranked as No. 26 in the country in 2021, according to Fortune Education.
Two full-time MBA graduates, Maria Herold and Rachel Loya, from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, are among Poets & Quants MBAs to Watch – Class of 2021.