Flexibility and Convenience

Maryland Smith’s Flex MBA program allows you the flexibility to combine on-site and online learning. During your first year, you’ll take your core courses online or on-site at one of our three convenient campus locations in Baltimore, Md., Rockville, Md., or Washington, D.C. In your second year, you’ll have the option of taking your electives on-site at any campus or entirely online. 

Our campuses are easily accessible along your commute or just a few Metro stops away from work or home. Simply choose the location that works best for you.

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Located in the UMD BioPark, our Baltimore campus offers everything you need to keep your life and academics on track: spacious breakout rooms and classrooms, and on-site career services support. And it's all easily accessible via I-95.

I like the convenient location, classroom structure, cohort size and professional diversity of my peers. With representation from different sectors — like healthcare, banking, consulting, technology, retail, energy and education — I have sincerely enjoyed working with and learning from my Baltimore cohort. 

Darren Pagan MBA and MFin ’19


Our suburban campus at the Universities of Shady Grove in Rockville, Md., is central to the regional medical, government and technology hubs. Or even better, closer to home.

Rockville is the smallest cohort, which really allows you to get to know your professors, advisors and classmates on a more personal level. It’s easy to get to via car and there is always free parking available. The library offers a great area to study, with the option to be in a private room for group projects — and they’re open late! 

Ilyssa Haffner MBA ’19

Washington, D.C.

Located directly on top of the Federal Triangle Metro station, in the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, our downtown campus is centered in the heart of the nation’s capital.

Getting to the Washington, D.C. campus has been simple — whether I walk, take public transit or drive. The classrooms, lounge spaces and breakout rooms make the Reagan Building a central meeting point, even on days when we don't have scheduled classes. 

Samantha Fallon MBA ’18
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