One of the greatest feelings a professional can experience is knowing the work they put out in the world impacts the lives of others.
One of the best outcomes for a graduate student is to end up in a position within their field due in part to the knowledge they gained in and out of the classroom.
As we get deeper into the semester, the stress of studying can creep into our learning world. Learn to combat that stress by using these tips at effective ways to study and ultimately learn.
We sat down and spoke with graduate instructor, Hillel Glazer, about the Product Development Using Second-Generation Agile course he is teaching in Spring 2022.
Being prepared for opportunities when they arrive is something most every smart professional seeks. The time to prepare for opportunities in an industry like Cybersecurity is now so that when those opportunities present themselves, you are ready.
When it comes to career success, an agile mindset can take a professional to new levels. Michael Schlitzer ’21, M.P.S. Data Science, understands this and is primed to pivot in his career journey.
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 is named Emerging Topics in Biotechnology (BTEC 655).
The journey from student to practitioner is a rewarding one, especially when you can apply the very things learned in the classroom to the real-world.
At first sight of the the word frustration, most of us might not relate it to something positive. But Chuck Rainville ’21, PBC, UMBC Data Science Graduate Program, feels it was instrumental in his learning.
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 80% or better to waive the Knowledge Exam for INCOSE’s SE Professional certification program, both at the Associate (ASEP) and Certified (CSEP) levels.