Choosing a business school is a defining moment for you and your future success. Make the most of it.
Your college experience will be full of exploration and discovery. At the Merrick School of Business, you will be challenged inside and outside of the classroom and offered the tools to hone your business skills and competencies. We offer three undergraduate programs or majors, to help you reach your career goals.
To launch your career, the Merrick School of Business offers you three undergraduate business programs and one post-baccalaureate certificate program.
B.S. in Business Administration
As a business administration major, you'll learn core elements of business, such as accounting, economics, finance, information systems, management, marketing and statistics. When you decide which field of business you find most interesting, you can choose from one of our 11 specializations.
Finish Your Degree Online
One way for you to complete your B.S. in Business Administration completely online. It provides the flexibility necessary for you to customize your coursework and never step foot on campus.
B.S. in Information Systems and Technology Management
Did you know that employment of computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 12 percent from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations?
Combining business knowledge with an emphasis on information systems technologies and management makes the Earning a B.S. in Information Systems and Technology Management a great way to help prepare yourself for a career in management information systems.
B.S. in Real Estate and Economic Development
Did you know that real estate is the world’s largest asset class, and real estate companies—along with banking and financial institutions—are the largest recruiters of business graduates.
The University of Baltimore B.S in Real Estate and Economic Development program is the only one of its kind in Maryland, designed to prepare graduates for careers in real property.
Upper-Level Certificate in Accounting
Jan Williams is just one of the accounting professors who will help shape your accounting knowledge.
Think of this as a great way to earn the credits needed to sit for the Maryland CPA exam.
The University of Baltimore offers a post-baccalaureate, upper-level Certificate in Accounting to help you with your goals. By enrolling in the certificate you will meet the coursework requirements necessary to sit for the CPA exam in Maryland.
More Reasons to Choose to Earn Your Business Degree at the Merrick School of Business
- We've developed guides to graduation to help you earn your degree as soon as possible.
- And so that you feel that you are on the right track—check out our assurance of learning page and program rubrics.
- To make the most of your undergraduate experience, you might want to consider minors, study abroad, internships and student clubs and honor societies.