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

Rupal Trivedi poses with her family at UMass Lowell commencement
Rupal Trivedi ’94, ’95, ’22
Computer Science, MBA

Software engineer Rupal Trivedi returned to her college roots when the time came to get an MBA.

An MBA is the key. It has opened my eyes to a world I didn’t know about before.
Read More About Rupal Trivedi 

Management News

  • 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.
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  • A woman in a red top speaks on a stage in front of a projection screen while a man is seated next to her

    Management Professor Explores Future of ‘Workforce Ecosystems’

    As guest editor for the MIT Sloan Management Review “Future of the Workforce” Big Ideas research initiative, Assoc. Prof. of Management Elizabeth Altman explores workforce ecosystem. The research has led to a forthcoming book, “Workforce Ecosystems: Reaching Strategic Goals with People, Partners and Technologies.”
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  • A woman poses for a photo while holding a coffee mug

    Record MBA Class Includes a Notable Business Alum

    Among the record 479 students to receive MBAs from the Manning School of Business this spring was longtime UMass Lowell philanthropist Brian Rist ’77, who also received an honorary degree at Commencement from his alma mater.
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  • People stand and applaud for a man who is sitting at a table

    Retiring Business Professors Leave Lasting Legacy

    The Manning School of Business recognized three retiring faculty members — Stuart Freedman, Deborah Finch and Jack Wilson — who have impacted countless lives in their combined 70 years at UML.