As part of our ongoing curriculum review and refresh to better serve our students, University of Maryland University College periodically retires degree and certificate programs.

If your program is no longer open to new applicants, refer to the catalog from the year you began your studies at UMUC.

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student, log in to your MyUMUC account and use your academic advisement report to track your progress toward your degree and ensure you satisfy all requirements for graduation. If you are an undergraduate student, you may also check your requirements by downloading the degree planning worksheet for your program. Degree planning worksheets are only available for undergraduate programs.

You can use your degree planning worksheet or academic advisement report to view all requirements for your entire degree at a glance, understand the recommended order of courses to ensure you fulfill all the necessary prerequisites, and get course recommendations to simplify your selection.

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Legacy Programs

Legacy Master's & Doctoral Degrees

Legacy Master's Degrees

Accounting and Information Systems

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Policy

Digital Forensics and Cyber Investigation (prior to fall 2016)

Distance Education and E-learning: Distance Education Technology

Financial Management and Information Systems

International Management

  • International Emergency Management
  • International Enterprise Management
  • International Financial Management
  • International Marketing Management

Master of Business Administration (prior to fall 2016)

Technology Management

  • Emergency Management
  • Homeland Security Management
  • Information Systems and Services
  • Project Management
  • Systems Engineering

Legacy Doctoral Degrees

Doctor of Management (prior to winter 2017)

Doctor of Management in Community College Policy and Administration (prior to winter 2017)

Legacy Certificates

Dual Degree Option

Qualified students enrolled in eligible legacy graduate programs prior to fall 2016 may be able to add a Master of Business Administration and earn a dual degree. Please review the academic catalog from the year you began your graduate studies at UMUC for program requirements. Contact an advisor for more details.

Questions?

If you are enrolled in a legacy program, you can contact your academic advisor with any questions about curriculum requirements or your progress toward your degree or certificate.