Industrial applications, research partnerships, and academics come together at UMBC’s College of Engineering and Information Technology. UMBC students seek multidisciplinary approaches to research, beyond traditional, textbook learning. Students learn that solving real world problems means attaining knowledge and experience in business as well as in technical, governmental, and international arenas.
COEIT is uniquely qualified to meet the needs of the professional student. Our graduate programs in engineering are available on both a full-time and part-time basis and are specifically designed to create a highly effective synergy between what is learned on-the-job and in the classroom. Our location along the Baltimore–Washington, D.C. corridor is instrumental is allowing students to take advantage of dynamic research and professional development opportunities.
In addition to master’s and doctoral programs offered by the College of Engineering and Information Technology, UMBC also offers graduate and professional certificate programs. We invite you to learn more by visiting the following links.
UMBC’s Division of Professional Studies and UMBC Training Centers offer individuals and organizations customized, high-quality, credit and non-credit certificate, training and graduate degree programs that reflect the values of a major research university and the performance of a private company.