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Professional Programs Information Session

Saturday, April 20 @ 10:00 am 12:00 pm

UMBC Professional Programs Information Session. Saturday, April 20. 10 AM to 12 PM EST. Virtua.

One U.S.-based attendee of each Professional Programs Information session will be randomly selected to receive a $1000 scholarship.  Restrictions apply; see below for more details.

Whether you’re considering a career change or you need a respected professional credential to transition into a management role, UMBC’s Professional Graduate Programs will help you achieve the career of your dreams! 

Join us for our upcoming Professional Programs Information Session for U.S.-based prospective students to explore how our professional programs can help you meet your goals, build your professional network, and equip you with the technical, leadership, and management skills that employers are looking for. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with faculty and staff, gain information on financial aid and career opportunities, and find out why UMBC is the perfect place to expand your education.

Scholarship Eligibility

  • Recipients must be present at the event in order to be eligible to win. 
  • Registering for or attending multiple sessions will not increase your odds of winning.
  • Recipients must apply and be admitted to, and register for courses in, their program* in the Fall 2024 semester.
  • Recipients must be enrolled during the Fall 2024 semester in one of the graduate plans presented at the Information Session.
  • Recipients must be U.S.-based.
  • Scholarship is not transferable to other programs or institutions.
  • Scholarship may not be deferred to a later semester.
  • Scholarship will be disbursed on or after September 15, 2024 per standard UMBC Financial Aid procedures.
  • Scholarship will be part of the student’s Financial Aid package and can be declined.

*Recipients must be registered for at least three (3) credits towards their degree in the Fall 2024 semester. Other situations, including for F-1 visas, may require students to enroll in more than three credits.