- 1,141 undergraduate business students
- 3 degree programs
- B.S. in Business Administration — with 10 specializations and now supporting the Entrepreneurship Fellows program.
- B.S. in Information Systems and Technology Management
- B.S. in Real Estate and Economic Development — the only one in Maryland.
- 1 undergraduate certificate program
- Upper-Division Certificate in Accounting — designed for career changers.
- The only Honors Accounting Program in Maryland
- 600 graduate business students
- 5 degree programs
- UB/Towson M.B.A. — with 9 specializations
- 5 certificate programs
Overall Business School Demographic
- Female: 52%
- Male: 48%
- Full-time: 37.7%
- Part-time: 62.3%
Minority and International Student Status
- Non-minority: 60%
- Minority: 40%
- International: 4.4%
- Maryland Resident: 91%
- Out-of-State: 5%
- 26,000 business alumni
- 80 percent of the alumni live in Maryland
- Active network and organized programs
- Alumni-student mentoring opportunities
45 Full-time Faculty Members
- 96 percent hold doctorates including some of the country's strongest business schools including: Duke, Harvard, Maryland, MIT, Syracuse, U.Mass and Wharton.
- 5 Fulbright Scholars
- 11 Endowed Chairs and Professorships
30 Adjunct Faculty Members (on average)
- Teaching executives sharing practical knowledge
- Connected in their fields
- Wide array of industries including; accounting and auditing; defense; government, finance, health care, manufacturing, technology and entrepreneurs.
Student Clubs and Organizations
- Coalition of UB Entrepreneurs
- UB Investment Society
- Human Resources Society
- Marketing Club
- UB student government and clubs
- Business Honor Societies
University-wide Honor Society
- Omicron Delta Kappa — ΟΔΚ (Leadership)
- Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation - Dedicated to the growth and support of innovative ventures in the region.
- Jacob France Institute - A leading source of high quality statistical information and research.
- Located at 11 W. Mt. Royal; one block south of Baltimore's train station
- Six-story building containing 30 classrooms, with smart rooms technology and wireless Internet access
- Faculty and administration offices
- Academic Advising Center
- Student Lounge
- Management Information Systems Computer Lab
- 85-seat Student Computer Lab
- Executive Decisions Computer Lab
- 170-seat auditorium with simultaneous translation capability
- Catering and meeting facilities
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Note: Data reflects fall 2012 enrollment in the Merrick School of Business.