College of Management
Why Study Management
Recognized for its first-rate faculty and diverse, high-achieving student body, UMass Boston’s College of Management offers an innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum tuned to the changing needs of the global economy. The Bachelor of Science in Management features a full range of management courses and concentrations that prepare students for specific management responsibilities. The program is built on a solid foundation in the arts and humanities achieved by completing the College of Management’s general education requirements.
Undergraduate UMass Boston GSSP: 3 Semesters*
27-30 credit hours applied from Undergraduate UMass Boston GSSP toward 120 credits.
*Note that this is only a sample of the courses offered during the UMass Boston GSSP.
Undergraduate UMass Boston GSSP: 2 Semesters*
27 credit hours applied from Undergraduate UMass Boston GSSP towards 120 credits.
Note: Course availability may vary semester on semester, and space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Students’ eligibility to take certain classes will depend on Math Placement score and Writing Assessment results. Students are encouraged to complete their placement exams and register for classes prior to arrival. Those who do not complete these steps prior to arrival may find that classes become full, in which case the student will have to wait until a subsequent semester to complete those courses.
Progressing to UMass Boston
- Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
- Minimum 27-30 credits (10-course modules) earned during Undergraduate ISSP
- 27 credits = 9 courses
- 30 credits = 10 courses
- 120 credit hour program
- 27 credit hours applied from Undergraduate UMass Boston GSSP
- 93 credit hours remaining towards a degree
UMass Boston College of Management Undergraduate Degree Programs
- Information Technology (B.S.)
- Management (B.S.)
- International Management
- Information Systems and Business Analytics
- Leadership and Organizational Change
- Supply Chain and Service Management
- Account management
- Brand management
- Financial planning
- Internal revenue
- International business
- Investment banking
- Java/net development
- Public relations