Wednesday, May 16, 2007

TToff - Smith MBA Program

Smith MBA students can combine MBA studies with graduate course work in other degree programs to create a unique set of skills and knowledge. It's just one more way the Smith MBA can help you distinguish yourself in a competitive marketplace.

MBA/MS in Business Administration
MBA/MPP (Master of Public Policy)
MBA/JD (Juris Doctor)
MBA/MSW Degree (Master of Social Work)

Requirements for joint degrees vary by program, but generally students take the MBA core courses and then complete the degree requirements for the other graduate program. Separate applications may be required, and some programs may require additional standardized tests prior to admission.

MBA/MS in Business Administration
Integrating specialized research skills
with general management

The Smith School of Business is an international leader in integrating business management and technology. Smith MBAs can take advantage of the strength in the joint MBA/MS degree program. In this program, students leverage their managerial skills with studies that develop research and technological skills in a specific area. Smith offers five concentration options for the MBA/MS degree:

• Finance
• Information Systems
• Logistics and Transportation
• Operations Research
• Statistics

Students may apply for admission to the MBA/MS degree program at the beginning of the application process or in the Spring of their first year. Part-time MBA students may also apply in the Spring of their second year. All required courses from both programs must be completed, including a group of electives agreed upon by the student and an advisor. The joint program, which can be completed in two and a half years, requires 66 total credits.

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MBA/MSW Degree
Applying corporate management skills
to the nonprofit sector

This program provides a unique combination of skills for those who wish to become managers of social service agencies. Elective courses can be taken at either the School of Social Work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, or at the Robert H. Smith School of Business. This program requires 88 total credit hours for graduation and can be completed in three years.

For more information, contact:

School of Social Work
525 West Redwood Street
University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Telephone (410) 706-7922
Fax (410) 706-7897

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MBA/MPP Degree
Merging public and private sector management skills

The School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland offers concentrations in national security policy, public sector financial management, and public policy and private enterprise. A variety of elective courses are available; however, registration must be approved by both schools. Students may take both the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) and the GMAT, or the GMAT alone. The joint program, which can be completed in three years, requires 66 total credits.


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