A photo of three UMaine management students outside Bangor Savings Bank


Maine Business School

Management majors navigate the complexities of corporate, international, and small business management and hone administrative and organizational principles, such as leadership, organizational change, strategic analysis, production system analysis, and human resources. The subject matter offered includes administration and organizational theory, motivational and social systems, human resource management, operations, and decision and policymaking systems.

  • Obtain your degree from a reputable school
  • U.S. News & World Report has ranked MBS among the top 170 business schools in the nation
  • Of the 1,600 business programs in the United States, the University of Maine is one of only 523 institutions accredited by the AACSB
  • Students build upon their development of basic business skills such as teamwork, professional presentation, effective communication, and leadership, essential skills to business success

The Management major helps students master the skills necessary to navigate the complexities of corporate, international, and small business management. The program’s broad scope allows students to understand administrative and organizational principles, including decision-making, teamwork, leadership, motivation, organizational change, strategic analysis, and production system analysis. Career paths for Management majors include business consulting, general management in private and nonprofit organizations, and human resource management. Many of our Management students double major here at the Maine Business School.

You can learn and apply valuable management skills such as leadership and organizational behavior with consulting projects, internships, and even travel the world to learn about international commerce. Our students work with the local business community to gain experience that goes far beyond the classroom. Maine Business School graduates are consistently sought after by recruiters, and some continue their education in graduate programs.

At the Maine Business School, learning isn’t confined to the classroom. In fact, that’s only the beginning. Our students are involved in projects and research on campus and throughout Maine. Many of our management students are double majors, honing their skills in two or more of our five majors and concentrations.

Maine Business School

D.P. Corbett Business Building
 207.581.1968 | mbs@maine.edu