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:

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentrations in:

Master's

Master of Business Administration with concentrations in:

  • Healthcare
  • International Business
  • Managerial Leadership

Graduate Certificate in:

  • Foundations of Business

Doctorate

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

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Brendon Aylaian '21
Business Management

Army Rangers veteran Brendon Aylaian is working as a financial specialist for the Air Force.

I can’t say enough good things about working for the Air Force.
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Management News

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    Joy Tong Women in Business Pays It Forward

    Joy Tong Women in Business members presented Girls Inc. of Greater Lowell with a $2,000 fundraising donation during a dinner celebrating the student organization’s seven years in the Manning School of Business.
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    Business Alumna Earns Top Honor for Entrepreneurship

    Business alumna Kristine Porcaro ’91, co-founder of Lexington Wealth Management, is one of just three people globally to receive a Beta Gamma Sigma 2024 Entrepreneurial Achievement Award. She was recognized by the Manning School of Business at its induction ceremony for the international business honor society.
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    Manning School of Business Extends AACSB Accreditation

    The Manning School of Business has maintained its accreditation from AACSB International, the highest level of business school accreditation that an institution can achieve in the United States.
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    Business Alumni Share Secrets of Their UKG Success

    Manning School of Business students learned about career opportunities at UKG, a $4.3 billion workforce management software company with headquarters in Lowell, from alumni John Butler ’85 and Josh Cole ’21.