The University of Massachusetts Boston was established in 1964 to provide the opportunity for superior education at moderate cost to the people of greater Boston. One graduate school and six colleges offer over 100 undergraduate majors, minors, and programs of study, and nearly 61 graduate programs, including 14 at the doctoral level. UMass Boston’s 26 institutes and centers are involved in research and public service in the areas of public policy; gerontology; media; labor; women in politics; African-American, Latino, and Asian issues; and environmental concerns.
The College of Management is one of six colleges at the University of Massachusetts Boston. The College of Management occupies the fifth floor of McCormack Hall on the UMB Campus. The Campus itself is located on Columbia Point, which it shares with the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and the Massachusetts State Archives.
UMass Boston is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). The College of Management is one of 452 business schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). The College has three academic departments—Accounting and Finance, Management and Marketing, and Management Science and Information Systems. It is also home to four Business Centers and the Assistant to the Chancellor for Economic Development.