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University of Massachusetts Amherst, Isenberg School of Management

The Isenberg School of Management, embedded in one of the nation’s top public research universities, is now one of the best public business schools in the nation. Founded in 1947 on the flagship University of Massachusetts Amherst campus, Isenberg offers its students the opportunity to enrich their understanding of today’s complex business environment and positions them to thrive within it. Combining innovation, entrepreneurialism and an exceptional education, Isenberg has earned a top position in major rankings such as BusinessWeek, Poets & Quants and U.S. News & World Report for both our undergraduate and graduate programs. Notably, The Financial Times ranked Isenberg’s Online MBA 3rd worldwide. Isenberg faculty secure the school’s world-class reputation for thought leadership in the areas of alternative investments, behavioral accounting, network analysis, and other areas of business research. We prepare our students to take on today’s business challenges by instilling a culture of professionalism that emphasizes personal resilience and continuous, experiential learning. Through continual outreach and support, we give our students an entry point to a global network of engaged alumni and industry leaders. Our 42,000 alumni are part of a community that extends to 72 countries. Harnessing the ambition of our students, the commitment of our faculty and the resources of our university, we provide the education, opportunities and guidance to drive the driven.

Engagement. Innovation. Impact.

AACSB-accredited schools are at the forefront of business education, preparing leaders like you to make a difference. By earning AACSB accreditation, this institution has made a commitment to continually improving the quality of education, ensuring that your coursework will be rigorous, dynamic, and relevant. No matter what path of business education you take, AACSB graduates are changing the business landscape—from startups to large corporations, across industries and around the world.