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Innovative, real-world experience.

Isenberg’s academic approach blends innovative coursework with real-world experience, giving students competitive business skills along with essential knowledge. The school offers seven majors in two degree programs.

Degree, Major, and Minor Options

Degree, Major, and Minor Options
Bachelor of Business Administration

Our BBA program is AACSB-accredited and offers five majors:
Operations & Information Management

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science (BS) candidates begin their concentrated studies freshman year. Students can choose to double major with a BBA and BS degree. Major options include:

Hospitality & Tourism Management
Sport Management

Business Minor

Non-Isenberg students have the opportunity to obtain a business minor to support their academic and professional interests. This interdisciplinary minor will provide students with a foundation in the areas of accounting, finance, management, marketing, and operations & information management.

Business Minor Learn more about the business minor.
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Business Communication Program

Business Communication Program

In our increasingly complex and diverse economies, effective communication skills are more important than ever before. Our mission is to help students develop the writing, speaking, and professionalism skills they'll need to succeed in today's dynamic, team-based business environments.

Business Communication ProgramLearn More

Other Academic Highlights


An independent study offers students a way to receive academic credit for completing an in-depth examination of a topic related to their course of study. To pursue an independent study, students need to arrange for faculty supervision and submit a proposal for approval that includes the scope of work to complete, the academic value of the project, and the method for performance evaluation. 


UMass’ International Programs Office offers support for students who are interested in participating in an international study abroad program. Advisors work closely with each student to help them find the right program for their needs, and guide them through the application process and beyond. 


The National Student Exchange (NSE) Program at UMass Amherst helps students to add depth to their academic experience and course of study by exploring a different geographic and cultural environment. Students benefit from the partnership of more than 180 state universities and colleges across the U.S. by experiencing a variety of courses, completing unique internships, and exploring professional and career options.


The Business Research Guide lists the best UMass Amherst library resources for any line of business research. Most of the collection is available online. Guides and tutorials are available to help students develop effective research skills. For help, contact Alison Messier, Business & Entrepreneurship Librarian, at Many resources are available including: Business Database Guide, Online Business Journals, Data and Statistics, Company Reports, Industry Reports, Market Reports, Country Reports, Reference Material, Theses and Dissertations, New Book Acquisitions, Business Database Tutorials. Connect to the Business Research Guide