Our School of Arts, Sciences and Business provides a strong foundation for leaders who think, solve, and serve. Whether your focus is art or analytics, sociology or STEM, our programs will transform your vision and career.

Wide Variety, Deep Knowledge

A Notre Dame of Maryland education prepares you for life outside the classroom. The nearly 40 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in our School of Arts, Sciences and Business, taught by experts who are current and active in their respective fields, span the natural sciences, social sciences, and the fine arts and humanities.

Whatever your focus, NDMU’s emphasis on social responsibility will develop your skills to create and implement local or global change.

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Our Faculty

You’ll excel with the support and knowledge imparted by our 80 full-time faculty members, experts in their fields who have committed themselves to your success.

Alum
Micah Castello
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What’s next: Graduate Newspaper Fellow in the MA in Magazine, Newspaper, and Online Journalism at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School

Alum, NDMU Class of 2018 English, Communication Arts

Notre Dame helped me discover my passion for storytelling through the writing courses I have taken…My experience at NDMU has not only helped me sharpen my writing and communication skills but it has given me the confidence boost I needed to believe in my ability to tell stories. I look forward to traveling to new places, meeting interesting people, feeling the adrenaline rush of a buzzing newsroom, and developing my voice as a journalist.

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Recent News & Events

June 12, 2019 Baltimore Magazine

Notre Dame Maryland Student Activist Wants to Change the Perception of Baltimore

Jamesha Caldwell is a first-generation college student majoring in criminology with a minor in psychology at NDMU, a poet and writer whose work focuses on issues surrounding the city of Baltimore.

June 3, 2019 WYPR

Finding Healing through the Arts

Mallory Van Fossen, Associate Professor for the NDMU Art Therapy program and trauma informed therapist weighs in on the power of art and how it is being used for healing in Baltimore communities.

Oct 17

Reading and Discussion with Sandra Cisneros

7:00pm to 8:00pm LeClerc Auditorium