Undergraduate On-Campus program provides BBA degrees in Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Operations & Information Management. We also offer BS degrees in Hospitality & Tourism Management and Sport Management. Students may enter Isenberg as first-year students or as external transfer students.
Undergraduate Online allows access to our top-ranked and fully accredited curriculum without visiting campus. This option is ideal for those who need the flexibility to complete their degree, advance their profession or make a career change. We offer Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in accounting, finance, marketing, management or operations & information management, and a Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality & tourism management.
The Full-time MBA is ideal for individuals who seek a hands-on, real world education through immersion in a rigorous two-year program. This is an ideal choice for individuals who seek a hands-on, real world education and want to be immersed into their studies with a group of peers. Focus areas in entrepreneurship, finance, health care administration, marketing and sport management are available.
The Online and Part-time MBA provides the same rigorous education as our Full-time option and are taught by the same accomplished faculty. This option is ideal for students who want to earn their degree without taking time off from their career. Focus areas in entrepreneurship, finance, healthcare administration, marketing and sport management are available.
Gain the knowledge and credits needed to pass the CPA exam. Our classic hybrid program allows you to take up to 18 credits online before completing one intensive 12-week in-residence summer session. Our full online option allows you to complete all 30 credits from anywhere in the world, anytime.
The Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management, offers innovative curriculum that is active and experiential. Our students have access to industry practitioners—both faculty and alumni—that enables our graduates to become leaders in the growing field of sport management.
A dual degree is a great option for those individuals with a very specialized area of interest or career goal in mind. We offer six dual degrees in three programs in partnership with the Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management, the Center for Public Policy & Administration (CPPA), and UMass Amherst College of Engineering.
Isenberg aims to produce scholars who want to each and conduct research related to the management of organizations. There are eight different areas of specialization in the Isenberg PhD program: Accounting, Finance, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Marketing, Management Science, Organization Studies, Sport Management and Strategic Management.