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Learn More about our Part Time MBA Program by attending an Information Session, Webinar or One-on-One Meeting! | Posted on Thursday April 19, 2018
A great way to learn more about our Part Time MBA program is to attend an information session, webinar or one-on-one meeting at the campus of your choice! Information Sessions Each information session offers prospective students an overview of our...

Office of Career Services: Working Professional Career Bootcamp | Posted on Thursday April 12, 2018
by Darren Pagan, a Part Time MBA student at the Baltimore campus who will be graduating in May 2019. This spring semester the Smith Office of Career Services (OCS) hosted a Working Professional Career Bootcamp in the Stamp Student Union at the...

Pitching a Big Venture Idea: Mega-Projects in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) | Posted on Thursday April 05, 2018
By: Kavanaugh Livingston, a Part Time MBA Ambassador & Part Time MBA Student at the DC campus The Robert H. Smith School of Business develops a global curriculum for its students in the classroom and beyond. Every Spring semester, students...

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The Robert H. Smith School of Business is a school of business management within the University of Maryland, College Park. The Smith School offers programs at both the graduate and full-time and part-time Master of Business Administration degrees, MS degrees, Executive MBA degrees, Ph.D.s, and executive education outreach programs to the corporate community.

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  • University: University of Maryland, College Park
  • Address: Mowatt Ln, College Park, MD 20742
  • Phone: +1 301-405-2189
  • Web: http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/

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