College of Management at a Glance
The College of Management is honored to be recognized by the 2021 Princeton Review for a top part-time MBA and CEO Magazine as a Tier One School.
The Financial Engineer Times says UMass Boston's MS in Finance Program is one of the Top 50 programs.
The QS Global 200 Business Schools Report ranks UMass Boston's MBA Program No. 41 in North America.
The College of Management (CM)'s programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), a distinction given to 876 business schools worldwide. The University of Massachusetts Boston is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). The college is also ranked as a best business school by The Princeton Review and named a top university by US News and World Report. The MS in Finance Program is ranked Top 50, the MS in Accounting Program is ranked Top 100, and our MBA is ranked as Tier One by CEO Magazine and named one of the best degrees in The Financial Engineer Times 2021 rankings.
As Boston's public business school, the College of Management is dedicated to educating the region's 21st century professional workforce and to maintaining strong ties to local employers in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. Along with its academic programs, the College of Management sponsors research and development centers that foster innovation and new ideas that advance and sustain the region's economy.
Recognized for its first-rate faculty and diverse, high-achieving student body, the college offers an innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum tuned to the changing needs of the global economy. Classes are small, faculty are accessible, and programs are flexible; designed to meet the needs of full-time and part-time students, many of whom are working professionals.