About

The Maryland Banking School offers perspectives on forces that shape the financial services industry. Through an emphasis on developing leadership, managerial and technical skills, and creating a resource network, students enhance their individual and corporate performance to thrive in the evolving financial services marketplace.

The 42nd session of the Maryland Banking School is being held July 31-August 4, 2017 at The University of Maryland Inn & Conference Center in College Park, Maryland.

Curriculum

The curriculum features courses centered around the following five knowledge bases:

  • Technology and Bank Operations
  • Leadership and Management
  • Economics and Bank Financial Management
  • Credit
  • Sales and Marketing

Faculty

Our esteemed faculty is one of our greatest assets. Instructors include:

  • Four faculty members from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking;
  • A Federal Reserve Bank economist;
  • Leading bank consultants specializing in profitability and performance;
  • Several prestigious university faculty; and
  • Veteran bankers

The Ideal Candidate

Most banking school students have been identified as future leaders within their institutions. The ideal Maryland Banking School candidates are bankers:

  • In middle-management looking to advance their banking career;
  • Looking for formal banking education; and/or
  • Looking to broaden their scope of expertise

The typical student body is made up of branch managers, commercial lenders, operations personnel, compliance officers, tellers, security officers, and bank directors. It is also a great way for service providers who offer bank products to learn more about the banking industry.

Registration

Registration materials are not yet available for the 2017 Maryland Banking School session. For more information, please contact MBA's Ann DeVilbiss 443-837-1606.

LinkedIn Professional Group

LinkedInThe Maryland Banking School has a private LinkedIn group. This is a great place for Alumni, Faculty and Current Students to connect and share discussions. Please click here to join.