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Business and Management

Why Study Business and Management

Recognized for its first-rate faculty and diverse, high-achieving student body, the College of Management offers an innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum tuned to the changing needs of the global economy. 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.

Key Information

Duration

Two semesters

Intakes

  • September

Location

Boston

Course Structure

Graduate UMass Boston Navitas GSSP Sample Courses
Semester 1 Course Title Credits
NAV 001 Navigating the Graduate Student Pathway --
NAV 002 Introduction to Graduate Research --
PSEM Graduate UMass Boston Navitas GSSP Seminar --
MBA ACM 683 Analytical Writing and Oral Communication for Managers --
Total Credits --
Semester 2 Course Title Credits
NAV 003 Academic Communication for Graduate Students --
NAV 004 Intercultural Issues for Graduate Students --
TBD Additional credit course 3 (UMass Boston)
TBD Additional credit course 3 (UMass Boston)
TEST PREP Graduate UMass Boston Navitas GSSP seminar --
Total Credits 6
Total Program Credits 3-6

Program Information

Minimum Matriculation Requirements

  • 520 GMAT (or GRE equivalent); B in all classes; cumulative GPA of 3.0

GMAT prep course will be offered in addition to UMass Boston Navitas GSSP courses.

Second-semester courses may include:

  • Business and its Environment (MBA ACM 660)
  • International Financial Management (MBA ACM 626)

Graduate UMass Boston Navitas GSSP credit hours applied to a degree: 3 credit hours Remaining credit hours to complete degree program: 39-45 credit hours.

Please note: number of credits applied to the degree is subject to evaluation by the Graduate Program Department.

Entry into Your UMass Boston College of Management Program

  • Accounting, MS
  • Business Analytics, MSBA
  • Finance, MS
  • Information Technology, MS
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