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This is who we are.

At a glance, you will see some quick facts about the Merrick School of Business.

  • Undergraduate Facts

    1,141 undergraduate business students

    3 degree programs  

    B.S. in Business Administration — with 11 specializations and now supporting the Entrepreneurship Fellows program. We also have the only Honors Accounting Program in Maryland.

    B.S. in Information Systems and Technology Management 

    B.S. in Real Estate and Economic Development — the only one in Maryland.

    1 undergraduate certificate program

    Upper-Division Certificate in Accounting — designed for career changers.


  • Graduate Facts

  • Overall Business School Demographic


    Female: 52%

    Male: 48%

    Enrollment Status

    Full-time: 37.7%

    Part-time: 62.3%

    Minority and International Student Status

    Non-minority: 60%

    Minority: 40%

    International: 4.4%

    Residency Status

    Maryland Resident: 91%

    Out-of-State: 5%



    26,000 business alumni

    80 percent of the alumni live in Maryland

    Active network and organized programs

    Alumni-student mentoring opportunities


    45 Full-time Faculty Members

    96 percent hold doctorates including some of the country's strongest business schools including but not limited to: Duke, Harvard, Maryland, MIT, Syracuse

    6 Fulbright Scholars

    11 Endowed Chairs and Professorships

    30 Adjunct Faculty Members (on average)

    Teaching executives sharing practical knowledge

    Connected in their fields

    Wide array of industries including; accounting and auditing; defense; government, finance, health care, manufacturing, technology and entrepreneurs.

  • Student Clubs and Organizations

    Student Clubs

    Coalition of UB Entrepreneurs

    UB Investment Society

    Human Resources Society

    Marketing Club


    UB student government and clubs

    Business Honor Societies

    Beta Alpha Psi — ΒΑΨ (Accounting, Finance and Information Systems)

    Beta Gamma Sigma — ΒΔΣ (Business)

    Mu Kappa Tau — ΜΚΤ (Marketing)

    Sigma Iota Epsilon — ΣΙΕ (Management)

    Sigma Nu Tau — ΣNT (Entrepreneurship)

    University-wide Honor Society

    Omicron Delta Kappa — ΟΔΚ (Leadership)

  • Centers

    Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation - Dedicated to the growth and support of innovative ventures in the region.

    Jacob France Institute - A leading source of high quality statistical information and research.

  • Facility Information

    Located at 11 W. Mt. Royal; one block south of Baltimore's train station

    Six-story building containing 30 classrooms, with smart rooms technology and wireless Internet access

    Faculty and administration offices

    Academic Advising Center

    Student Lounge

    Management Information Systems Computer Lab

    85-seat Student Computer Lab

    Executive Decisions Computer Lab

    170-seat auditorium with simultaneous translation capability

    Catering and meeting facilities

Note: Data reflects fall 2015 enrollment in the Merrick School of Business.