Fisher College’s School of Management and Communications is committed to improving lives by equipping students with the skills and knowledge necessary for a lifetime of intellectual and professional accomplishments. Fisher College is aware of the business world in Boston. The College desires to become the training facility of choice for young learners and adults eager to utilize the vibrant professional and commercial resources of Boston to pursue learning. Fisher’s business school draws on the abundant resources of the thriving historic city to prepare its traditional students and distance learners to become successful in the most in-demand professions anywhere in the world.
The School of Management and Communications provides an unparalleled pre-professional education. Fisher is actively positioning itself to become one of Massachusetts’ leading undergraduate and graduate degree-granting institutions by providing substantial academic degrees and internships that are highly sought after by potential employers. The razor-thin connection between student learning and professional employability has come to characterize a Fisher education.
The private, not-for-profit institution in Boston, Fisher College, believes that higher education should be more than just a degree—it should be a life-altering experience, an introduction to an immense world of knowledge, possibilities, and expectations. For more than a hundred years, Fisher has been changing lives by equipping students with the skills they need to contribute to today’s challenging economy. Though fashioned around the liberal arts, the majors and graduate degrees reflect the school’s expertise in practical fields, with majors like cybersecurity, management, accounting, information technology, fashion merchandising, criminal justice, and biology.
The School of Management and Communications believes in educating students through quality intellectual engagement with the faculty, meeting together in small-group classroom environments, or with business and industry leaders through internships, site visits, and guest lectures. The business school takes full advantage of Boston’s historical and educational resources. The city is a center of intellectual ferment, scientific advancement, and entrepreneurship.
Inclusion and Diversity are top priorities for the business school, and there are ample opportunities for students to connect with fellow learners and faculty. Online students are given many of the same resources and networking opportunities that traditional students are exposed to. The school welcomes and embraces differences. Fisher is building a community that is committed to being inclusive, socially responsible, representative, respectful, and equitable through curriculums and processes that students can access. Counselors and advisors are in place to point students to resources like student groups and organizations on campus.
Fisher College offers 100% online programs for associate and undergraduate students. The Bachelor of Science degrees include specializations in Human Resource Management, Human Services, Information Technology, Cybersecurity, Management, Health Care Management, Health Information Management, and Marketing. Associate of Science programs include an emphasis in Business Administration. A Certificate in Computer Technology ids available and a Professional Studies program in Computer Technology can be pursued at Fisher.