Expansion Plans for Smith School of Business
The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business announced Wednesday that it has acquired new space in Baltimore at the University of Maryland BioPark that will make it possible to expand MBA programs and partnerships, and to include dedicated space for alumni offerings in Baltimore.
This move will give the Smith School more than four times the square footage it currently utilizes in the School of Nursing, and the new space will include technology-equipped classrooms, team break-out rooms, staff offices, a conference room, a small computer lab and a lounge area.
“The University is excited about the Smith School’s expansion in Baltimore,” says C. D. Mote, Jr., president of the University of Maryland, College Park. “We are an enthusiastic partner for Baltimore businesses, government and universities. This is a natural expansion of our existing collaborations with the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Given these linkages, I am confident that our highly ranked MBA program will thrive in its new Baltimore setting.”
Construction is slated to begin in July.
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