Online Arts and Sciences at the University of Baltimore
Online learning through fall 2020 for your convenience.
Are you ready for online learning?
Here's a checklist of everything you'll need:
- a computer
- Internet connection
- web browser
- web cam (not required but strongly recommended)
- speakers or headphones
For more online learning tools and resources, visit our Working, Teaching and Learning remotely page.
Due to the uncertainty of the pandemic, we know you may be faced with the difficult decision of whether or not to resume your classes this fall. We want you to know that your safety and well-being are our highest priority, and we want to do everything possible to support your academic journey here at UBalt.
Therefore, all programs in the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences will be offering all classes in an online format for fall 2020. That means that in addition to the designated online courses, all of our face-to-face in-person courses will also be delivered virtually, many in real-time via Zoom.
Our online courses offer the same content, rigor and collaboration between faculty and students as you would find in a face-to-face class on campus. And our professors have extensive experience teaching online. Furthermore, we offer an array of technology tools to support you in your online studies.
The benefit of online courses is that you can participate from anywhere with an internet connection without needing to travel to campus. So rest assured that you can continue your academic journey with us this fall safely and with minimal disruption.
4 reasons to choose UBalt’s Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences
1. In-demand degrees. We offer more than 25 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and certificate liberal arts and sciences programs that are aligned with high-demand careers.
2. Affordable. Our tuition rates are competitive, especially our regional in-state tuition rates for students who live in Maryland, D.C., Delaware and many counties in Virginia and Pennsylvania.
3. Small class sizes. Our small class sizes allow for more individual attention and strong communication between professors and students. Student to faculty ratio is 14:1.
4. Learn from the best. Our nationally recognized and experienced faculty are dedicated to teaching and committed to providing high-quality educational experience for all UBalt students.
The faculty and staff of the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences are here to answer your questions.
- Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Attend an upcoming virtual information session to learn more about our programs, the admission process, financial aid and scholarships, and campus services.