The University of Baltimore (UB) is located in downtown Baltimore, Maryland
University of Baltimore is part of the University System of Maryland. The university is a public undergraduate, graduate, and professional university located in the heart of the state’s largest city. UB’s schools and colleges provide education in business, law, public affairs, and the applied arts and sciences.
UB offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in Community Studies and Civic Engagement, English, Interdisciplinary Studies, Government and Public Policy, History, Jurisprudence, and Psychology. The university offers Bachelor of Science degrees programs in the following subjects: Applied Information Technology, Business Administration, Corporate Communication, Criminal Justice, Forensic Studies, Health Systems Management, Human Services Administration, Information Systems and Technology Management, Real Estate and Economic Development, and Simulation and Digital Entertainment. UB’s undergraduate program is a young one designated for business and law students.
UB has numerous academic clubs, student organizations, and an active student government. (As of early 2015, more than 90 are listed.) The academic clubs usually sponsor a host of programs and speakers throughout the school year. Not all clubs are academic or sports-related, however: Clubs related to improv, crafting, religions, languages and film are among the non-academic, non-sports options. The UB Post is the monthly student newspaper, which serves the purpose of keeping the general student population informed of upcoming campus activities, as well as relevant news. The Student Center is the central place for students—housing the bookstore, food services, student government and organization offices, and study lounges.