The Undergraduate Program at the Robert H. Smith School of
Business recognizes the need for professional education in business and
management based on a foundation in the liberal arts
and core business and management principles. In addition, the Smith School is
dedicated to preparing graduates to lead organizations in an economy fueled by
technology, globalization, and new venture opportunity. The Smith School
of Business is accredited by The
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the premier
accrediting agency for business administration degree programs.
In addition to College Park,
and seniors admitted into the
nationally ranked undergraduate program of the Robert H. Smith School of
Business, University of Maryland, are able to complete their studies at
A corporate setting, the
Universities at Shady
Grove offers students the option of completing a prestigious Smith School of
Business degree at a state-of-the-art educational center located in the heart of
Montgomery county's high-technology corridor.
A student in the Smith School of Business, selects a major(s) in one
of several curricula: (1)
(4) Information Systems;
Business; (6) Supply Chain Management; (7)
Marketing; or (8)
For information on additional Smith School requirements leading to a Bachelor of
Science degree, please consult our requirements website.
Students can also participate in the Smith School's innovative
Undergraduate Fellows Program. The program provides a broad range of opportunities to all
undergraduate students to specialize and integrate knowledge gained in the
classroom with real-world activities and hands-on applications in laboratories,
internships and other action-based learning, as well as support the building of
community among Smith students, faculty, staff, alumni and corporate partners.
Students participate as cohorts or ongoing groups in a broad range of academic
and co-curricular activities designed to broaden their education and create
In addition, Smith School students can incorporate other exceptional
multidisciplinary learning opportunities as part of their degree programs.
Programs like College
Park Scholars (including
Business, Society, and
the Economy); Gemstone; and
Hinman Campus Entrepreneurship Opportunities (CEOs) programs join business
undergraduates with those from other disciplines. Several of the programs
mentioned above were formed through partnerships with other
or departments on campus.
The Smith School offers its students career management services through the
Office of Career Services (OCS). OCS is dedicated to assisting Smith School undergraduates
with their career development needs and employment goals. OCS is also
responsible for the delivery of BMGT 367 Career Search Strategies in Business
which is required of all Smith School students.
Admission to the Smith School of Business degree programs is competitive.
Prospective Smith School students should visit our
prospective student page for more information on admission requirements and
additional University of Maryland, College Park information.
Current students of the Smith School should
visit UNet for
announcements, upcoming events, applications to programs and scholarships,
student organization information, etc.