The University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s master’s program in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Leadership (EIL) empowers international students and working professionals by equipping them with practical and relevant skills that can be applied immediately on the job.
Associate Vice Provost for International Education David Di Maria shares with University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) the steps that have been undertaken to push forward their proposed initiatives for international students in the United States.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s Computer Engineering program is one of the highly-ranked engineering degrees from over 1,000 programs offered by U.S. institutions. Its engineering program was ranked #111 by the U.S. News & World Report in its 2019 rankings. In addition, the university’s computer science program was ranked #82. These awards reinforced the
Financial services giant Morgan Stanley has committed $125,000 this year, renewable annually for up to four additional years, to support the two-pronged program of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Graduate School – the Data Science Scholarship Fund for master’s degree students in computer science and the research funding for the Center of Accelerated
University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s master’s degree programs in cybersecurity have been designed with the graduate professional in mind. The Master of Professional Studies: Cybersecurity, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate: Cybersecurity Strategy and Policy and Post-Baccalaureate Certificate: Cybersecurity Operations have been tailored to prepare technical professionals involved with cybersecurity to fill management and leadership roles in cyber operations