Our well-trained, doctorally qualified and experienced faculty offers concentrations available to our undergraduate students (management and international business) and provides many of the courses in the college’s MBA program.

This broad responsibility is matched by a commitment to our vision of being the very best at what we do, not just in comparison to other business schools in our region, but in terms of our own standard of excellence.

Undergraduate Concentrations

Students in the Management department may concentrate in:


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentrations in:


Master of Business Administration with concentrations in:

  • Healthcare
  • International Business
  • Managerial Leadership

Graduate Certificate in:

  • Foundations of Business


Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in leadership and organization studies

Read more about the doctoral program concentrations, curriculum and application.

Meet Our Students

Nadine Chamoun in front of Needham Bank
Nadine Chamoun '21
Business Administration

Business student Nadine Chamoun stepped out of her comfort zone for an IT internship. And she’s glad she did.

All of my professors have been great. ... It’s super cool to connect with them and learn how they got to where they are.
Read More About Nadine Chamoun 

Management News

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    Manning School Inducts Largest Beta Gamma Sigma Class Ever

    The Manning School of Business chapter of the Beta Gamma Sigma international business honor society inducted a record 167 students at a recent ceremony at the UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center.
    Department News
  • A man and a young woman work on their laptops while sitting at a glass dining room table

    Like Father, Like Daughter

    After watching her dad Atta receive his MBA from the Manning School of Business, Khadija Mir will walk across the same Tsongas Center stage a day later to receive her bachelor’s degree in business administration.
    Featured Story
  • A man in glasses and a suit stands at a podium and talks to students

    Management Professor Gets the Band Back Together

    Michael Beers enjoys being a lead voice at the front of the room, whether it’s as an assistant teaching professor of management in the Manning School of Business or onstage with his band, Mount Rumford.