UMBC’s Center for Cybersecurity prepares students for careers that will help them protect against cyber attacks. One such area of cybersecurity concern stems from the popular bitcoin and cryptocurrency markets. […]
This Fall semester, UMBC is offering an exciting course available as a credit and a non-credit course: Brewing I: From Raw Materials To Fermentable Wort. For M.P.S. students, the course […]
Recently, The International Council of System Engineering (INCOSE) approved UMBC’s updated SYST 660 Systems Engineering Principles course for Academic Equivalency. This will allow any student who receives a final score of […]
UMBC researcher, Glenn Wolfe, and his team are helping scientists to understand the impact level of methane gas in our atmosphere through their innovative efforts.
As we prepare to return to campus this Fall semester, many are excited to see familiar and new spaces. One building in particular that many UMBC community members enjoy is […]
UMBC has been voted as a top place to work in Maryland many times. This is no surprise to those who are fortunate enough to be a part of this […]
UMBC’s Integrated Product Development and Manufacturing Graduate Certificate program engages students in bringing innovation to the world.
UMBC student, Cherie Tebah, began her journey at UMBC Shady Grove after she experienced the welcome from its tight-knit, diverse community who dedicate themselves to helping others succeed.
UMBC has recently launched a Biotech Boot Camp to train workers displaced by COVID-19 for in-demand jobs in the Biotechnology field. In today’s Industry News, we take a look at […]
UMBC researchers are on a mission to explore the potential to revolutionize quantum computing as it relates to the world of technology and communications. In today’s industry news, we take […]