About UMBC

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UMBC is a medium-sized, selective, public research university that attracts high-achieving students to its undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts, sciences and engineering.

FACTS ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
STUDENTS UMBC offers 42 majors, 41 minors and 17 certificate programs in the physical and biological sciences, social and
behavioral sciences, engineering, mathematics, information technology, humanities and visual and performing arts.





UMBC’s Graduate School offers 37 master’s degree
programs, 24 doctoral degree programs and 21 graduate
certificate programs. Programs are offered in education,
engineering, imaging and digital arts, information technology, gerontology, life sciences, psychology, public policy and a host of other areas of interest.

For a complete listing of academic programs and degrees offered click here

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Undergraduate
10,210
Graduate
2,678
Total
12,268
FRESHMAN CLASS
First-time Freshman
1,496
Living on-campus
74%
SAT PERCENTILES
25th
1,180
75th
1,290
AVERAGE SAT
Top quartile
1,204
MINORITY ENROLLMENTS
42.4%
African American
16.5%
Asian American
21.2%
Hispanic & Native American
4%