University of Baltimore
(List of degree programs generally contains those that are designed to accommodate working adults and nontraditional students.) Undergraduate Degrees - Simulation and Digital Entertainment, Community Studies and Civil Engagement, Real Estate and Economic Development, Applied Information Technology, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Corporate Communication, Interdisciplinary Studies, Human Services Administration, Forensic Studies, History, Jurisprudence, Government & Public Policy, Health Systems Management, English, Business Administration with concentrations in Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Entrepreneurship, General Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Professional Certificate Program in Computer Information Systems. Graduate Degrees - Applied Psychology, Creative Writing & Publishing, Publications Design, Criminal Justice, Human Services Administration, Legal & Ethical Studies, Media Design, Public Administration, Negotiations & Conflict Management, Master of Business Administration, MBA Specializations in Decision Technologies, E-Commerce, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Health Care Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Service & Manufacturing Operations, Master of Science in Taxation. Master of Science in Accounting and Advisory Services. Graduate Certificate Programs - Advanced Design, Communications Design Theory, Correctional Administration, Criminal Justice, Literary Publishing, New Media Publishing, Police Administration. Doctoral Degrees - Applied Assessment and Consulting (Psy.D), Doctor of Communications Design (DCD), Doctor of Public Administration (DPA).
- The University will award credit based on the following measurements of noncollegiate learning: proficiency examinations (CLEP, DANTES, AP), formal noncollegiate course work for which credit recommendations have been established by NCCRS or ACE-CCRS, military experiences recommended for credit by the American Council on Education.
- Up to 30 credits of a student's degree may be earned through these methods.
- A maximum of 60 credits may be transferred from 2-year colleges, 90 credits maximum may be transferred from 4 year colleges (70 credits of lower division courses and 20 credits of upper division courses).
- Individuals may enhance their professional development through various open enrollment courses and certificates online.
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are offered for some courses and groups of courses.