Student Enrollment

Summer 2022 enrollment at UMB is 2,410, a decrease of 3% from summer 2021 enrollment of 2,484. Increased enrollments occur in Graduate School master’s programs in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Graduate School PhD programs in Pharmacy. Enrollments decreased in undergraduate and graduate Nursing programs. An increase in reported Social Work PhD enrollment is due to the timing of registration activity for summer 2022 compared to 2021 and does not reflect a material change in enrollment for that program.

Summer 2022 enrollment includes the first registration for the new Medical Physics Post-Baccalaureate Certificate affiliated with the Graduate School. Summer 2022 continues the transition of the master’s level nursing program from the Master of Science (MS) to the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree. The summer 2022 enrollment file includes one intercampus (visiting) student, Level Code IC, not included in enrollment data reported for the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Spring 2022 enrollment is 7,017, a decrease of 1% from spring 2021 enrollment of 7,087.  Increased enrollments occur in Graduate School master’s and PhD programs affiliated with the School of Pharmacy and the Carey Law Day and Evening Juris Doctor programs. Enrollments decreased in the Master of Social Work program, professional doctoral programs in Medicine and Pharmacy, and Graduate School certificate programs.

Spring 2022 continues the transition of the master’s level nursing program from the Master of Science (MS) to the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree. The spring 2022 enrollment file includes 11 intercampus (visiting) students, Level Code IC, not included in enrollment data reported for the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Winter 2022 headcount enrollment was 20, which was 39 percent less than the winter 2021 term enrollment of 33. Enrollment consisted of coursework for students in the professional PharmD program.

Fall 2021 enrollment at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is 7,244, an increase of 1.5 percent from fall 2020 enrollment of 7,137. Official enrollment exceeds projections recently provided to the University System of Maryland Board of Regents by 90 students, or 1.3 percent.  

Increased enrollments occur in undergraduate Nursing, Graduate School master’s programs in Medical Cannabis Science and Therapeutics and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and the Carey Law Day Juris Doctor program. Enrollments decreased in the Master of Social Work program and professional doctoral programs in Medicine and Pharmacy.

The fall 2021 term includes the first enrollments for the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate program in Substance Use and Addictions Nursing, Master’s program in Global Health, PhD program in Palliative Care, and the Advanced Dental Education Program in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology.

Fall 2021 continues the transition of the master’s level nursing program from the Master of Science (MS) to the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree.  The fall 2021 enrollment file includes 15 intercampus (visiting) students, Level Code IC, not included in enrollment data reported for the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Summer 2021  headcount enrollment is 2,484, an increase of 6 percent from summer 2020 enrollment of 2,344. Increased enrollments occur in undergraduate Nursing, the Graduate School master’s program in Medical Cannabis Science and Therapeutics, and Carey Law master’s programs in Cybersecurity Law and Homeland Security and Crisis Management Law.  Enrollments decreased in the Carey Law Day Juris Doctor program.  A decrease in reported Social Work PhD enrollment was due to the timing of registration activity for summer 2021, and does not reflect a material change in enrollment for that program.

Spring 2021 headcount enrollment is 7,087, an increase of 5.5 percent from spring 2020 enrollment of 6,717. This is the first time headcount enrollment for UMB has surpassed seven thousand students for a spring term. Increases in undergraduate and professional practice nursing, professional master’s programs in pharmacy, especially Medical Cannabis Science and Therapeutics, Graduate School research doctorate programs, and the day law program are slightly offset by lower enrollments in the professional practice pharmacy program and evening law program.