Notre Dame of Maryland University

Degree Programs

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Business: Management Concentration

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Nursing

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Elementary Education

Accelerated College
Keep pace with your career aspirations and the marketplace – fast forward your bachelor’s degree in business or nursing with the Accelerated College at University Center. See more information: Accelerated College Information

Through the Accelerated College working professionals can earn their B.A. degree in Business: Management Concentration, B.S.N. in Nursing, and B.A. in Elementary Education studying part time and in as few as two and a half years. Classes are scheduled once a week for four hours, on the same day, at the same time, for four to eight weeks, with no tuition increase and no canceled classes.

Master of Arts (M.A.) in Leadership in Teaching

Notre Dame’s programs prepare teachers and educators to meet contemporary demands for highly qualified educators to work with today’s young people in a variety of school environments. Through graduate-level study in leadership, pedagogy and international education, Notre Dame’s master’s degree program in Leadership in Teaching helps educators develop competencies essential for teaching effectively and developing increasingly rewarding careers. By earning a Master of Arts in Leadership in Teaching at the Notre Dame of Maryland University, you will become a leader in the art and craft of teaching, enhance your credentials, demonstrate your commitment to your profession, and become the best educator you can be. See More Information: Master of Arts (M.A.) in Leadership in Teaching

Master of Arts (M.A.) in Leadership and Management

The fast paced, highly competitive world requires individuals who are not only good managers but also strong leaders at every level of an organization.  The Masters of Arts in Leadership and Management degree offers  a  focused approach to excellence in the management of organizational resources and human capital. The program is designed for professionals in many different fields who anticipate or currently assume administrative leadership responsibilities in their organizations. The study of management  focuses on ways to reduce chaos in organizations and make them run more effectively and efficiently through planning, budgeting, organizing and staffing. The study of leadership is concerned with establishing direction, aligning people as well as motivating, empowering and inspiring   individuals. See More Information: Master of Arts (M.A.) in Leadership and Management

Master of Arts (M.A.) in Contemporary Communication

The Master of Arts in Communication program builds analytical and practical skills in corporate communication, and is targeted toward business professionals using technical communication tools and Web resources to communicate virtually.

Master of Science (M.S.) in Nursing

Prepare for a rewarding career at one of the leading institutions for nursing in Maryland.  Notre Dame of Maryland University offers and Accelerated Master of Science in Nursing.

  • Accelerated programs with concentrations in Leadership in Nursing Education and Leadership in Nursing Administration.
  • Join your peers in a cohort that meets to study together once a week on the same day, at the same time, and at the same cost throughout the program.
  • Become a leader in a variety of academic and service settings, or health-related organization.

See More Information: Master of Science in Nursing


Contact Information

Undergraduate Studies

Accelerated College
Contact Mona Weber at 410-532-5108 or the Baltimore Campus at 410.532.5500
Email:  Mona Weber   Accelerated College

Master of Arts in Leadership in Teaching

Contact Jeanette Quinn, Assistant Dean School of Education at 410.532.5149
The Graduate Studies Office at 888.472.3263
Email: Jeanette Quinn  |  Graduate Studies Office

Master of Arts in Leadership and Management and Master of Arts in Contemporary Communication

Contact Mona Weber at 410.532.5108 or
The Graduate Studies Office at 888.472.3263
Email:  Mona Weber  |  Graduate Studies Office

Master of Science in Nursing

Contact Mona Weber at 410.532.5108 or
The Graduate Studies Office at 888.472.3263
Email:  Mona Weber  |  Graduate Studies Office


Admissions and Registration Information

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Registrar Online

  • In person – Gibbons Hall, room 125
  • By mail – send completed form to registrar’s office, Notre Dame of Maryland University, 4701 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210
  • By fax – 410-532-5789

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