Business Administration - MBA

An MBA designed to put you in charge.

UMass Boston MBA  ·   Summer Start MBA  ·  1-Year MBA  ·  Online MBA

UMass Boston's MBA is a streamlined, 12-course, AACSB-accredited, immersive business program with no pre-requisite coursework. You have the flexibility and option to complete the degree on a full-time or part-time basis, online or on campus. On campus, classes meet in the evenings, typically just once a week on the transit-accessible UMass Boston campus, and online classes are asynchronous. 

Throughout the program, you'll develop the necessary skills needed to tackle the most complex business decisions with the option to customize your MBA degree with one of our 11 unique specializations. View the curriculum.

MBA students have the flexibility and option to take in-person, online, or remote classes and can start their MBA degree in the fall, spring, or summer semesters.  

The admissions cycles through spring 2024 will opt out of requiring GRE/GMAT scores

UMass Boston's MBA program ranks #120 on U.S. News & World Report's 2023 list of Best Part-Time MBA programs.

  • Best Online MBA Programs 2023 by U.S. News & World Report
  • Best Online Programs for Veterans 2023 by U.S. News & World Report

MBA Flexible Tuition Options

Students have numerous flexible tuition options to choose from when pursuing their MBA degrees, including the One Price Tuition Option

Application deadlines are July 1 for fall admission, November 15 for spring admission, and May 1 for summer admission.

Fast Facts

  • Our current MBA students attended undergraduate institutions, including Boston University, Bentley, James Madison University, Colorada State, Indiana University - Bloomington, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, University of New Hampshire, Providence College, University of Delhi, UMass Amherst, and various public universities throughout New England. 

  • The MBA’s 2022 entering class consisted of 53% women & 47% men, witnessing a significant increase in women post-pandemic as compared to the previous year. Currently, the MBA’s total enrollment reflects a 50/50% split. The MBA entrants’ average age was 28.

  • Our current international graduate business students come from India, China, Vietnam, Bangladesh, South Korea, Ethiopia, and Iran. 

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