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

Andrew Whitcomb seated outside a building at UMass Lowell
Andrew Whitcomb '23
Marketing and Management

Andrew Whitcomb is representing 75,000-plus UMass students on the state Board of Higher Education — while working as a digital marketing co-op at Keurig Dr. Pepper.

I’ve met so many great people here, from the students all the way to the Chancellor’s cabinet.
Read More About Andrew Whitcomb 

Management News

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    Business Students Make Their Best Selling Points

    Ten Manning School of Business students participated in the Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island.
    Department News
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    Business Students Take Measure of Health Tech Startups

    Forty students from Management Prof. Scott Latham’s Strategic Management classes attended the Barracuda Bowl in Boston, a health tech pitch competition co-hosted by UML’s Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center.
    Department News
  • A young man in glasses puts a box of pasta in a food donation box while two women look on

    Business Students Get in the Giving Spirit

    Manning School of Business students are giving back to the community in several ways this holiday season, including a food drive initiated by first-year student Jayson DeLong.