University of Baltimore Reviews
The professor are amazing, and knowledgeable. Occasionally you'll find professor that make you question how they got hired but those are few and far between. Some of the employees however could use more training in customer service, sadly the end of semester surveys only rate professors not other employees so this feedback is never communicated to senior staff.
I would recommend the University of Baltimore to the majority of non traditional students in the Baltimore area. The education I received there had a major positive impact on my life and career. I sincerely enjoyed the majority of my coursework and feel it helped prepare me for my career.
I absolutely LOVED University of Baltimore. Everything was so hands-on and real world that I was able to apply my learning to current situations and deepen my understanding. I would whole heartedly recommend UB to anyone thinking about management or marketing. Definitely take the entrepreneurship classes as electives!
Today I am a 23 year old business owner who is undergoing her M.B.A, and I owe a great deal of where I am today to the incredible education I received at the University of Baltimore. At UB I was exposed to mentors, business owners, professors and like minded peers who pushed me to work extremely hard to create and innovate. I formed Blondell Entertainment LLC, while in undergrad, where I handle my music career ( Shelby Blondell) from start to finish. Because of networking and learning from renown professionals I have been able to do run my business and further my career.
The University was not diverse at all. The professors weren't worldly and saw things from inside their academic bubbles. The administration was even worse than the staff. It seems like a modern-day plantation. No educating or knowledge was being bestowed on anyone.
UB was a waste of money and time. There is a very limited selection of courses and the times are very scattered- it is impossible to find courses that meet one after another so you have to plan on being on campus every day of the week if you are full-time. Classes are in no way demanding and peers behave as if it is high school- talking on phones, arguing with professors, talking over professors. It seems more like a 4 year community college. The law and business schools receive all of the funding; the liberal arts schools are archaic, noisy, and uncomfortable. Crime is rising on the streets that border campus. There are other colleges in (Towson) that have similar tuition with much more demanding courses and respected degrees (UB is not respected at all when it comes to hiring or applying to graduate school).
I am currently in my 3rd year at the University of Baltimore and have enjoyed all 2 years of my experience. Although originally a graduate school, University of Baltimore makes an effort to provide all the necessary resources to make undergraduates comfortable. I would strongly recommend this school because It focuses on grooming students and prepares them for their careers.
I am now currently the owner of Providence electric in North Carolina Charlotte . I found the staff & the teachers at the University of Baltimore Maryland to be top-notch . I don't know that I would be able to survive in the current economic situation without the business information that was given to me . Having a fundamental knowledge of small business and economics was fundamental in helping me to form a strong marketing presence in the Charlotte area . I am currently working as an electrician here in Charlotte . Although I have a degree in business and marketing , those fields have little to offer as far as real income compared to what I can make as an electrician owning my own business . Doing all of the work myself including the business management has help me to be successful and take care of my family . My current web address is www.providenceelectricnc.com