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Students in the MBA program find creative ways to balance school, home and work schedules. In order for you to have more time and find that ideal symmetry between your responsibilities and your ambitions, we have developed the following guide for all of our current students.

Graduate Business Student  Resources
We've attempted to place all the resource links that a graduate business student might need on one easily accessible web page.

  • Schedule of Classes

    Are you trying to fit your classes into your busy life?

    You need to decide: Should I take a Tuesday night, 15-week course, or a Wednesday night, seven-week course, or an online course—or all three? First, you'll need the MBA course schedule. There are three ways to view your courses:

  • Tuition and Fees

    Knowing how much your classes will cost is as important has the knowledge you’ll gain when you're in them.

    Here are the current tuition rates for the MBA. Rates and descriptions are subject to change pending proposed state legislation and University System of Maryland Board of Regents approval.

  • Financial Aid

    There may be financial assistance available to you while you're earning your MBA.

    Financial aid is available to MBA students through the University of Baltimore Office of Financial Aid. Find out what you need to do in order to receive financial aid.

     
  • Academic Advising

    Professional advising is just a phone call or video chat away.

    Our team of advisers can provide information about the program's ins and outs as you build your schedule and navigate the relevant MBA policies and procedures.  Academic advising is available in the daytime and evening hours. Scheduled appointments are recommended and can be done in person, over the phone or by video chat.

    All new candidates will receive a personalized program plan of study and must meet with an adviser prior to registering for their first session. Students who consider themselves online MBA students and who do not have access to one of the campuses will be advised via the web.

    Although an academic adviser will assist you in planning a program, each student must assume responsibility for knowing curriculum requirements and ensuring that these requirements are met.

    Rachel Breton, Coordinator of Graduate Business Programs

    email: rbreton@ubalt.edu
    direct dial: 410.837.4953
    office: University of Baltimore William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center, Room 142


The UB/Towson MBA Legacy Program

In the fall of 2015 and after nine years after the establishment of the UB/Towson MBA, the University of Baltimore and Towson University jointly decided not to renew Memorandum of Understanding for the program. Once the MOU expired, the MBA program reverted back to the University of Baltimore, as UB has been offering an MBA program since 1972.

Students who were in the program on the date of expiration will have the opportunity to complete the UB/Towson MBA as it is now structured.

For Legacy Students of the former MBA program, who also have selected Towson as their "Home Institution."

  • Academic Advising

    If you entered the MBA program by the fall of 2015 and selected Towson as your "Home Institution," you are still eligible for the time being to be advised by Towson University advisors.

    Towson Adviser: Meghan Behm, coordinator of academic and career services


    email: mvbehm@towson.edu
    direct dial: 410.704.6163
    office: Towson University Stephens Hall, Room 301J

     


FAQ's for UB/Towson MBA

  • Do you have the UB/Towson Portal link available?

    The UB/Towson MBA portal is your educational transaction hub. Here is where you can  register for classes, pay your bills, check your grades, etc.

    Go to https://myubtowsonmba.ubalt.edu

  • Who is my academic adviser?

    Professional advising is just a phone call or video chat away.

    Our team of advisers can provide information about the program's ins and outs as you build your schedule and navigate the relevant MBA policies and procedures.  Academic advising is available in the daytime and evening hours. Scheduled appointments are recommended and can be done in person, over the phone or by video chat.

    All students receive a personalized program plan of study and must meet with an adviser prior to registering for their first session. Students who consider themselves online MBA students and who do not have access to one of the campuses will be advised via the web.

    Although an academic adviser will assist you in planning a program, each student must assume responsibility for knowing curriculum requirements and ensuring that these requirements are met.

    Once you choose your home institution, the following advisers are available to you:

    UB Adviser: Ray Frederick, Interim MBA director

    email: rfrederick@ubalt.edu
    direct dial: 410.837.4953
    office: University of Baltimore William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center, Room 142

    Towson Adviser: Meghan Behm, coordinator of academic and career services

    email: mvbehm@towson.edu
    direct dial: 410.704.6163
    office: Towson University Stephens Hall, Room 301J
  • Will I be able to retain my adviser at Towson as I complete my degree?

    Yes, although there may be a need to switch to a University of Baltimore MBA adviser when only a few UB/TU legacy MBAs remain. Students with specific questions may contact Ray Frederick, Interim MBA Director, rfrederick@ubalt.edu.
  • Will the spring 2016 course offerings remain the same with courses offered on-campus at both the University of Baltimore and Towson, as well as online?

    Yes, the spring schedule will remain the same with only limited adjustments as are typically made to best accommodate student demand for courses.
  • Will the course offerings in summer be affected?

    No, the planning for the summer schedule was well underway prior to the announcement of the dissolution of the joint program. As usual, all offerings in summer will be online and you may expect a full array of core offerings with more limited offering of foundation and elective courses.
  • What courses will be offered on campus at Towson as I finish up my MBA program?

    We will be developing a schedule of on-campus offerings at UB and Towson for Academic Year  2016-17 in January 2016. The schedule will allow students to take their core courses at either campus as well as online over the course of the fall/spring semesters.
  • Will I continue to be able to choose the site of my graduation?

    Yes, you may continue to choose to participate in graduation at either the University of Baltimore or Towson University.  Your diploma will continue to be dually branded and signed by the Presidents of both universities.

    You should decide and apply for graduation at the beginning of your last semester in the program.  

    Your declared "home institution" is the institution is where you choose to walk during commencement exercises and want to be included in the alumni association. If you have a question on what location you choose, contact Ray Frederick, Interim MBA Director, rfrederick@ubalt.edu.