You want real results from graduate school.
Like practical knowledge in your field and professors who understand the job market.
A master’s degree from the University of Baltimore will equip you with the industry experience you need to get an edge. Our faculty members are scholars and practitioners in their fields; they’ve designed our programs based on what’s happening in today’s marketplace, not in a textbook. The programs are flexible and affordable: Take classes in the evenings, on weekends and even online.
You can afford UB.
If you’re an incoming graduate student, we’ll automatically consider you for merit scholarships; if you qualify, you could receive up to $3,000 per year. For more information, speak with a graduate admission counselor.
Knowledge that works
meet our Graduate Students
M.A. in Publications Design
“I think a key strength of UB students is that they are career focused. From learning applied skills in classes to career-related student organizations and on-campus events—students are always keeping their career path in mind.”
Master of Public Administration
“I’ve only been in Baltimore three months, so I wanted to really connect with the community and find out what my strengths were—really just find a way to get started. The Career and Professional Development Center helped me really find out what my strengths [are].”
M.F.A. in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts
I had worked a lot of different types of jobs and I never really found what I would call a career. [The Career and Professional Development Center] helped me assess career goals and they helped me rebuild my resume and target it to specific jobs that I actually wanted. … I was able to get a position that I’m really excited about.”
M.A. in Global Affairs and Human Security
“What’s it mean to be a UB student? You have to be hard working. You have to be flexible. And you have to be ambitious.”
M.S. in Applied Psychology
“UB was comparatively affordable and accessible and [since] I was working at the time with four children in their teens at home, the phrase Knowledge That Works appealed to me."