Located in Montgomery County, UMBC at Shady Grove offers an opportunity for transfer students in the national capital region to achieve their educational goals.
UMBC-Shady Grove Students
Current UMBC-Shady Grove students may enroll in courses at the UMBC-Home Campus during the summer or winter sessions. While fall and spring semester enrollment in courses at the UMBC-Home Campus is generally limited to Home-Campus students, exceptions to this practice may be considered depending upon capacity restrictions. UMBC-Shady Grove students seeking an exception to enroll in courses at the UMBC-Home Campus during the fall or spring should contact advising staff at Shady Grove to discuss options. Advisors can be reached through the Advising section of the UMBC at Shady Grove website.
UMBC-Home Campus Students
UMBC-Home Campus students may enroll in courses at the UMBC-Shady Grove Campus during the summer or winter sessions. While fall and spring semester enrollment in courses at the UMBC-Shady Grove Campus is generally limited to Shady Grove students only, exceptions to this practice may be considered depending upon capacity restrictions. UMBC-Home Campus students seeking an exception to enroll in courses at the UMBC-Shady Grove Campus during the fall or spring semesters should contact the appropriate Shady Grove program director to discuss options. Exceptions are typically not granted until 7-10 days prior to the start of the semester.
Note: While tuition costs are equal at both campuses, each campus does have a different fee structure. This may result in varying total costs for course enrollment.
Programs at UMBC at Shady Grove
UMBC at Shady Grove offers the Computer Science, B.S. , History, B.A. , Mechanical Engineering, B.S. , Political Science, B.A. , Psychology, B.A. , Social Work, B.A. and Translational Life Science Technology, B.S. as well as applied graduate programs in cybersecurity, geographic information systems, and industrial/organizational psychology. The programs stress enrichment opportunities through internships, service-learning experiences, and applied field practicums. Academic standards, policies and procedures for UMBC- Shady Grove students are identical to those followed by all UMBC students. Classes are taught by UMBC faculty and degrees are granted by UMBC.
More information and a current listing of programs is available by calling 301-738-6081, emailing email@example.com, or visiting the UMBC at Shady Grove website.