Educating the next generation of global business leaders

The UMass Lowell Robert J. Manning School of Business delivers high quality, accessible undergraduate and graduate education. We produce influential research and provide an inclusive learning environment that offers rigorous, transformative experiences. Our students engage in entrepreneurial opportunities to explore innovation and the power of inter-disciplinary collaboration. Manning graduates are work ready and prepared to contribute to the global business community.

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We are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the highest level of business school accreditation an institution can achieve in the United States.

Meet Our Students

Caron Tully stands with a group of people.
Carson Tully '22
Business Administration

Finance student Carson Tully built on his passion for real estate at UML, serving as president of the Real Estate Network Association.

The professors have been awesome. They care about real estate, which has helped that niche community grow.
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Christine Vaudo '18
Business Analytics

Christine Vaudo returned to school after a long gap to earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the Manning School of Business and then decided to pursue her master’s degree in business analytics.

Everyone’s looking for analytics. Whether it’s fundraising, finance, marketing -- there are lots of jobs.
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UMass Lowell graduate student Moiz Khan standing against desk
Moiz Khan '18
Business Analytics

Already on track for a successful marketing career in Pakistan, Moiz Khan has shifted gears to pursue a master’s in business analytics from the Manning School of Business.

You’re thrown into deep water and expected to swim — with instructions and guidance. This is one thing I really love because this is how you tend to learn the most.
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Sean Flaherty in cap and gown poses with his family outside of the Tsongas Center after UMass Lowell's 2019 Commencement
Sean Flaherty '19
Finance

After a life-changing health scare, Sean Flaherty recommitted himself to academics. He graduated from the Manning School of Business with a perfect 4.0 GPA and landed his “dream job” at a water sustainability company in New York.

When you literally almost die, you realize some things are more important than others. I knew that if I wanted to have a great life, I have to put work into it.
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Maylis Brito stands in front of a Kronos sign
Maylis Brito '20
Finance

Thanks to her co-op and internship experiences at Kronos, business administration major Maylis Brito has broadened her career options beyond her concentration in finance.

Now that I’ve worked in marketing, I’m not just theorizing about my future; it’s actually something I can see myself getting into.
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    Business Students Sharpen Their Sales Skills

    Five students from a Sales and Customer Relations course taught by Visiting Faculty Lecturer Jeremy Ramsey participated in the recent Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island.
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    Pro Tips: MLS Executive Shares Advice for Working in Sports Industry

    Adam Klionsky, director of communications for Major League Soccer’s New England Revolution, shared advice for breaking into the professional sports industry to more than 100 Manning School of Business students during a recent visit to Alumni Hall.
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    From D.C. to UML: Three Siblings Pursue Business Degrees

    Three members of the same extended family in Washington, D.C. — Tyson Minor, Ayinde Hikim and De’Andre Gore — are all pursuing degrees from the Manning School of Business, thanks in no small part to UMass Lowell’s DC-CAP Scholars Program.
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