School of Business
The School of Business delivers a rigorous and transformational education — providing the skills, knowledge, perspective, and confidence you need to become an effective and principled leader.
Creating leaders for the real world.
Our practice-based programs integrate strategic, functional, and behavioral aspects of management, empowering students to lead in a wide range of dynamic global environments. You'll learn from nationally distinguished faculty who integrate practical and academic experience for teaching excellence.
With a firm foundation in finance, marketing, and management, our students hone their business abilities and succeed in the globally competitive and multicultural world. We offer a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, and Executive Education programs that position our students as leaders in their organizations and communities.
Our students develop the skills and knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their careers.Careers
School of Business graduates are thriving as ethical leaders in Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurial ventures, government agencies, and non-profit organizations.Alumnae/i
School of Business News
Dr. Pfeiffer has more than 25 years of experience in business and higher education.
Professor Špela Trefalt tells us about her upcoming “Coach Approach to Leadership” course and what we can learn by researching the struggles and successes of working women.
Professor Ingols published the fourth edition of her book, "Organizational Change: An Action-Oriented Toolkit," which guides students through organizational change and encourages readers to lead as change agents.
Makayla shares how the School of Business helped her prepare for her position with PharmaLogics Recruiting.
Azeb Freitas ’17 tells us about her position with Isaacson, Miller and the many important lessons she took with her after graduation.
After a career spent as an administrator for Boston Public Schools, UMass Boston, and Martin Luther King, Jr. School, Donna Stewartson ’93MBA returned to Simmons last year.
Alexandra found her voice in the classroom thanks to her dedicated School of Business professors.
Kayla Humel ’18 balances a busy career at Keurig Dr Pepper.