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

Matt Murphy speaks out against vaping at the Massachusetts State House
Matt Murphy '21
Finance & Accounting

Matt Murphy quit vaping after a two-year addiction. Now he speaks out against teen vaping every chance he gets.

I plan to stay involved with this issue as long as I can be effective.
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Mya Neary volunteers at Mill City Grows' largest urban farming site
Mya Neary '20
Entrepreneurship & Management

Mya Neary won an honors fellowship to learn more about running an urban farming nonprofit. Now she’s volunteering with Mill City Grows while developing her own business plan.

UMass Lowell has let me spread myself out so I can try new things, and that’s helped me figure out what I want to do.
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Aaron Stella
Frank Stegnar
Business Administration

Toronto native Frank Stegnar excelled in the classroom and on the ice as an undergrad at UMass Lowell, so he chose to get his MBA online from the Manning School of Business.

The MBA has prepared me well in excess of where I will need to be in my next move... I’m forever grateful to UML for providing that opportunity.
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Business student Yeaharne Hout talks with another student next to a sign that says RIST Difference Maker Institute.
Yeaharne Hout '21
Business Administration

As she begins her career at Fidelity, Yeaharne Hout sees how transformative her UML experience has been.

I gained so many experiences and connections that made me a more well-rounded person.
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Benjamin McEvoy and Edward Morante at DifferenceMaker boot camp with their Benji Ball prototype
Benjamin McEvoy '21
Business, Finance & Management Information Systems

Benjamin McEvoy has been racking up wins as a DifferenceMaker competitor with partner Edward Morante and their idea for an inclusive combination of baseball and cricket, Benji Ball.

I have always dreamed of being my own boss and at some point and having my own company.
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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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