Concentrations; CHOOSE WISELY!

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Want to be part of the College of Management (COM), but not sure what the possibilities are?

The College of Management (COM) has EIGHT undergraduate concentrations from which to choose! The COM has everything you need to finish faster with an excellent degree for the career you want, starting with a wide selection of degree programs in high-demand fields. Whatever degree you pursue, we'll help you major in success. When you think of the College of Management you need to think of Quality, Selection and Availability.


  •  Accounting
  •  Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Management
  •  Management Information Systems
  •  Marketing
  •  Supply Chain and Operations Management


Let us help you MAP your academic curriculum to match your career goals.


To end this entry, I thought you might like to see the welcome celebration for the transfer students that spontaneously broke out on University Ave last year! (It's crazy how quickly the clothing trends change, huh?)


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If you have any questions contact Dr. Frank Andrews, Associate Dean for the College of Management, 978.934.2816 or

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