UMBC’s Engineering Professional Programs is partnering with the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) to offer a series of webinars exploring diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE/I) in technical management and technological development.
If you’re looking to make a shift into Cybersecurity or want to advance in the field, now is the time. Cybersecurity jobs are plentiful and in-demand. UMBC’s Cybersecurity Graduate Programs can take you to a new level in your career journey.
Now, more than ever, the Health IT field needs professionals with a desire to make an impact in the world.
UMBC and the United Way of Central Maryland teamed up in a Design Thinking project to bring awareness to the ALICE program, an important community program to help Maryland families during times of need.
The field of IO Psychology is vast. From specialized focus to a more generalized strategic approach, IO Psychologists can impact organizations on many levels.
For this UMBC Engineering Management Alumna, some of her favorite courses taught her how to solve real life problems and flow problems through a managerial perspective.
UMBC not only offers its students a high-quality educational experience, but it also prepares students for career success.
“Probably the most important thing about the master’s program is the fact that it is career-oriented.” Thejus Chakravarthy ’05 M.A. ISD.
We invite you to listen in to this episode of UMBC’s Mic’d Up with Dr. Greg Williams, graduate program director for UMBC’s Learning and Performance Technology graduate programs, formerly known as ISD.
Curious about what a day-in-the-life of a systems engineer looks like or what it takes to be a successful one? Tune in to this short podcast with UMBC industry expert and faculty member, Fred Highland.