Stem-Designated Full-Time MBA | Smith School – Robert H. Smith School of Business


Immerse yourself in the STEM-designated Full-Time MBA program and unlock your potential. We’ve designed our transformational, data-focused curriculum to contextualize cutting-edge concepts, whether exploring the possibilities of AI and machine learning, quantifying the risks of climate change, or powering inclusive entrepreneurship. Gain the skills you’ll need to lead in a world filled with technological change, global realignment, changing consumer behavior, and fluctuating foreign exchange currencies, so you can make data-driven decisions that have a real impact on people’s lives.
With a such comprehensive curriculum, experiential learning opportunities, networking, and individual goal-setting, transform into a business leader capable of tackling modern challenges with confidence. You’ll be equipped with the tools and frameworks to overcome any obstacle and thrive in an ever-changing business landscape.
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Credits
54 Credits
Program Duration
2 Years
Intl Priority Deadline
December 15
Prerequisites
GMAT/GRE Waived
Future-Focused Courses
Your curriculum will help transform your understanding of management, organizational functions, strategy and analytics.
Customizable Specializations
Deepen your expertise in high-demand subject areas.
Hands-On Learning Projects
Your experiential learning projects and your capstone course will cover highly relevant topics, ranging from corporate innovation initiatives with major firms to global consulting work.
121%
Salary increase post-MBA
$130,341
Starting Salary (2023)
$39,983
Signing Bonus (2023)
$147,550
Average Total Compensation (2022)
Ask the Right Questions 

Frame Complex Problems

Generate Creative Solutions

Deliver Measurable Results

Manage Diverse Teams

Lead with Integrity

“The Smith community introduced me to friends and classmates from more than 20 different countries. And the collaboration really goes beyond anything you’d expect. Sure, every school touts its collaborative community. But before our internship interviews, students would lead open refresher lectures on all sorts of topics—finance, presentation skills—just to make sure absolutely everyone was prepared to do their best.”
Vignesh Ilango, MBA ’20
Senior Vice President of Independent Risk Management
Citi
Specializations allow you to tailor your MBA education to the career path you want to pursue. You’ll have the flexibility to choose and combine specializations in five areas.
Specializations are built through offerings of electives and thus may be subject to change. 
Want to lead in the tech industry, or have a leadership position in a technology function? Learn to strategically harness AI for competitive advantage while centering decisions around informed human judgment.
Discover the best ways to bring innovation to market, thrive in the current entrepreneurial ecosystem, and take advantage of the resources at the renowned Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship.
Build the knowledge and skills you’ll need to help companies make strategic investment decisions, value their assets, and manage their financial risk. Fintech fluency will open doors and opportunities.
Learn the principles of effective brand and product management. Gain proficiency with the latest in-demand marketing concepts and tools, including AI and digital marketing, while also developing strong knowledge of consumer behavior.
Address the complex challenges of sustainability in business and management. You’ll also gain the ability to provide thoughtful, clear-eyed analysis of environmental policies and their connection to changing socio-economic conditions.
Acquire expertise that will allow you to work in various client settings and industry functions, broaden your perspective and develop a multifaceted approach to business issues. This specialization equips students with the knowledge and skills to define the problems or opportunities that businesses face, identify a recommended course of action, and plan the implementation of that solution across the company.
Our MBA program will provide you with opportunities to work with real companies to solve the types of complex challenges you’ll face in the business world. Our Experiential Learning Opportunities (ELPs) enhance your collaborative leadership capabilities, demonstrate the impact of classroom learning and allow you to hone skills you will use throughout your career. As an MBA student, you’ll also have the opportunity to get hands-on experience managing the Mayer Fund, Maryland Smith’s $7 million professional management fund. We draw on deep relationships with companies across many industries, including:
Advisory Councils keep us actively engaged with industry leaders and experts, who bring their real-world experience to help shape what students learn, match classroom lessons to real-world needs and widen the pipeline for internship and job opportunities.
MEET THE ADVISORY COUNCIL
Turn your MBA degree into a Tech MBA by taking courses through the Graduate Certificate in Technology Management program. With a Tech MBA, you’ll get a comprehensive overview of how technology is created, managed and cultivated within teams. The certificate can be completed as your second-year elective track, and is taught by faculty from Smith School of Business, the Clark School of Engineering and the School of Public Policy.
Courses for the Tech Management Certificate are held at our DC campus every other weekend and supplemented by self-paced online work. Students can attend these electives without conflict with other full-time MBA courses. The DC campus is easily accessible from College Park by metro.
At Smith you’ll learn from and connect with dynamic faculty members who stand at the top of their field. They regularly serve as consultants for large financial institutions, multinational corporations and government agencies. And in the classroom, they’ll share those same techniques they use to help corporate clients implement their own data-driven decision making.
The Smith School’s faculty expertise in analytics, optimization, and operations management and in new fields like data science and blockchain, helps students develop contemporary tools and frameworks for better decision-making in any industry.
Twenty-four Smith professors are in the top 2% of the most-cited scholars and scientists worldwide — which means other professors go to our professors for knowledge, and that you have access to the best of the best.
 
Smith MBAs have access to a host of resources through the Office of Career Services, which provides personalized support for each student’s career search for a lifetime of positive returns on their investment.
Services include:
Our MBA alum have secured employment at a variety of top companies, including:
The Smith MBA community is collaborative and deeply engaged. Your classmates are your biggest fans. Smith students genuinely support each other in the classroom and on the job search. Fearless and fierce, they know what they want out of their careers. When they come together as a team, nothing can stand in their way.
I was a marketing analyst for a fitness company, and after meeting with executives and other members of the C-Suite, I realized I needed to learn how business worked holistically. What brought me to Smith was the ability to pair my MBA degree with an MS in marketing analytics degree. That experience made Smith the total package for me.
Bill Morton, MBA ’19
Retention Marketing Manager
Callaway Golf
I have always had a data-driven mindset, and my Smith professors helped me deepen this knowledge base. Understanding data and knowing how to interpret it to pitch my ideas to a leadership team is so empowering.
Tia Konitzer, MBA ’19
Marketing Manager
Meta

The DMV (District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia region) is unparalleled in professional opportunities, smart people, jobs and cultural resources.
Maryland is ranked No. 4 Most Innovative State (WalletHub, 2023) based on the number of STEM professionals, R&D per capita and the concentration of tech companies. Our region also leads the nation in opportunities in fintech, life sciences and cybersecurity industries. With so much innovation happening here at the university and its immediate surroundings, there are endless opportunities for exciting internships and professional roles post-graduation.
With the Metro, Amtrak and three major international airports within 30 miles, it’s easy to get to New York, Philadelphia, Chicago or even the West Coast for internships and interviews.
The Washington, D.C., metropolitan area has the third strongest job market in the country.
U.S. News and World Report, 2023
The Smith School is currently accepting applications for the cohort that begins in Fall 2024.
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The Washington, D.C. – Baltimore region is a hub of opportunity for networking, experiential learning, internships and jobs.
Home to federal agencies, corporate headquarters, world-class think tanks, and national and international nonprofits, it’s an engine of innovation and explosive growth in digital technology and biosciences.
With 30,000 of our 60,000+ alumni living in the metroplex that includes Baltimore, Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., our location gives you easy access to the region’s largest alumni network of business leaders.

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