Become the leader you want to be.
Explore what it takes to develop and lead a successful business and become a force in the global marketplace.
Start by discovering your personal strengths as an individual and as a leader. Study the latest in business and leadership theory and get hands-on experience through a combination of real-world business challenges, role play, group projects, and one-on-one mentorship and coaching.
In our program, you’ll discover the leadership style that’s yours alone. You’ll do this with the help of faculty who know you on a first-name basis. Faculty who have forged successful careers in the business world. And who know what it takes to make it.
You can then customize your education by choosing from one of our many specializations. You'll become an expert and dive deeply into the theory of digital business, brand design and marketing, not-for-profit management, entrepreneurship, international business, marketing, sport management, digital marketing, or organizational leadership.
You’ll use your creativity to find answers to society’s most pressing challenges. Start thinking like an entrepreneur while exploring ways to foster change in existing organizations. And with internships in the Boston area, you’ll receive guidance from professionals and gain first-hand experience in the day-to-day operations of a variety of organizations and companies.
Our program stands apart because of our emphasis on preparing business management majors for life. We prioritize leader development, classroom based experiential learning, external based experiential learning, and professional development. Through our Lesley management experience, you'll gain the skills needed to succeed in today's agile business world.
If you're the go-getter type (and we know you are), you’re also already wondering about grad school. Good news: You can earn your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in five years through our dual-degree program. Open doors to a wider range of career opportunities right after graduation. And save time and money on graduate tuition.