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The Baltimore MBA – Powerful, Flexible and Designed by YOU.

A 36-48 credit program.

Learn more about the program's requirements and specializations and our approach that is makes it possible for working professionals to earn their MBA. 

Did you know?

You don't have to live in the state of Maryland to qualify for "in-state" MBA tuition rates. The university offers "Regional Residency" rates for graduate tuition.  Learn more about tuition rates by visiting UB's Tuition and Fees page or talking with an admission counselor.

The University of Baltimore MBA is designed with you (and your employer) in mind. You have the option to take classes in a traditional classroom, online or both—it's your choice. Whatever you decide, you'll learn alongside other students who are looking to grow professionally, just like you.

AACSB International accreditation ensures that we are offering you a quality program that may help you today—but ultimately provide you with the knowledge and skills for tomorrow.

We're flexible when it comes to starting the MBA program.


image showing different starting MBA sessions

You have six opportunities to enter the program–at the start of any session–as indicated above. Next start date is January 29, 2018.

The University of Baltimore Merrick School of Business William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center

delivering relevancy

A 36-48 credit MBA program where every course in UB's MBA program fits into one or more these themes:

  • Managing Innovation and Strategy
  • Leading and Managing People
  • Interfacing with External Stakeholders
  • Managing the Value Chain
  • Managing Performance and Risk
  • Leveraging Technology and Business Intelligence
Ryan Schuman discusses his company Bubbleball and how the UB MBA is helping him grow it.

in their words

Ryan Schuman is an MBA candidate at the
University of Baltimore. In this video, he shares his thoughts about the UB MBA experience and what it's like to be an entrepreneur.

The Merrick School of Business has several program offerings for graduate students.