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Why study with Navitas at UMass Lowell?
UMass Lowell is ranked as a National Tier 1university, #158, in the
USA by U.S. News & World Report.
UMass Lowell offers more than 120 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree
programs aimed at preparing students to be work ready, life ready,and world ready.
UMass Lowell has a global reputation in the fields of science,  engineering, and
nanotechnology as well as boasting a top ranked business school.
UMass Lowell campus life offers a rich array of events, student clubs, sports, service programs, and much more.
Navitas at UMass Lowell  offers high-quality educational programs in a supportive environment covering all aspects of your academic and nonacademic
life with the added flexibility of three intakes each year 


Undergraduate Programmes

¡¡ Accounting
¡¡ Entrepreneurship
¡¡ Finance
¡¡ International Business
¡¡Management
-- Management Information Systems
¡¡Marketing
¡¡ Supply Chain & Operations Management
¡¡ Electrical Engineering
¡¡Mechanical Engineering
¡¡ Plastics Engineering
¡¡ Civil Engineering
¡¡ Computer Engineering
¡¡ Chemical Engineering:
-- Biological Engineering
-- Nuclear Engineering
-- Paper
-- Nanomaterials Track
¡¡ Fine Art
-- Art
-- Graphic Design
¡¡ Criminal Justice
¡¡ Cultural Studies
¡¡ Economics
¡¡ English
¡¡ History
-- Art History
¡¡Music Business
¡¡Music Performance
¡¡Music Studies
¡¡ Peace & Conflict Studies
¡¡ Philosophy
¡¡ Physics
¡¡ Political Science
¡¡ Psychology
¡¡ Sociology
¡¡ Clinical Laboratory
-- Medical Laboratory
-- Clinical Science
¡¡ Community Health
¡¡ Nutritional Sciences
¡¡ Biology
-- Bioinformatics
-- Biotechnology
-- Ecology
¡¡ Chemistry
-- Cheminformatics
-- Forensic Sciences
¡¡ Computer Science
-- Bioinformatics/Cheminformatics
¡¡ Environmental, Earth & Atmospheric Science
-- Atmospheric Science - Meteorlogy
-- Environmental Studies
-- Geoscience - Geology
¡¡Mathematics
-- Applied Computational Mathematics
-- Bioinformatics
-- Business Applications
-- Computer Science
-- Probability/Statistics

Graduate Programmes

Master’s of Arts (MA)
¡¡ Community Social Psychology
¡¡ Criminal Justice
¡¡ Peace and Conflict Studies
Master’s of Business (MBA)
¡¡ Accounting
¡¡ Finance
¡¡ IT
Master’s of Engineering
(MS Engineering)
¡¡ Biomedical Engineering & Biotechnology
¡¡ Chemical Engineering
¡¡ Civil Engineering
-- Environmental
-- Structural
¡¡ Computer Engineering
¡¡ Electrical Engineering
-- Information Systems
-- Optics
-- Opto-Electronics
-- Power & Energy Engineering
¡¡ Energy Engineering
-- Nuclear
-- Solar
¡¡Mechanical Engineering
¡¡ Plastics Engineering
-- Coatings & Adhesives
-- Fibers & Composites
-- Synthetics Fibers
Master’s of Science (MS)
¡¡ Autism Studies
¡¡ Biological Sciences
-- Applied Biotechnology
-- Biosafety
-- Environmental
¡¡ Chemistry
¡¡ Clinical Laboratory and Nutritional Sciences
¡¡ Computer Science
¡¡ Environmental Sciences
-- Atmospheric Studies
-- Environmental Geoscience
¡¡ Health Informatics
-- Health Informatics
-- Health Management
¡¡ Innovation and
Technological Entrepreneurship
¡¡Mathematics
-- Applied & Computational Mathematics
-- Industrial Mathematics
-- Probability & Statistics
-- Statistics & Operations Research
¡¡ Pharmaceutical Sciences
¡¡ Physics
-- Radiological Sciences and Protection
-- Radiological Health Physics
¡¡ Public Health
¡¡Work Environment
-- Cleaner Production and
Pollution Prevention
-- Epidemiology
-- Environmental Hygiene
-- Occupational Ergonomics & Safety

Entry Requirements

Undergraduate
Bangladesh Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) with a 50% or higher
India • All India Senior Secondary Certificate (CSBE) with 50% and higher
• CICSE with C1 or 5 (C1-A1) (5-1)
General Certificate of Education:
Ordinary Level (GCE O-levels)
Completion with a C or higher

IELTS
Duration of program Overall score
One semester 5.5 ( 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0)
Two semesters 5.0 (5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0)
Three semesters 4.5 (4.5 4.5 4.0 4.0)
Any band 4.5 or lower in any area is automatic three semester offering. No band lower than 4.5 in reading and writing and no band lower than 4.0 in speaking and listening will be accepted for Stage I IUTP English.

Admission requirements
MBA Stream A MBA Stream B MSITE
Academic entry requirements Bachelor’s degree with a GPA
equivalent to USA 2.7 - 3.0
Bachelor’s degree with a
minimum GPA equivalent to
USA 3.0 or higher*
Bachelor’s degree with a GPA
equivalent to USA 2.7 - 3.0
English language requirements TOEFL iBT 80 or IELTS 6.0 (with
no band lower than 5.5)
TOEFL iBT 80 or IELTS 6.0 (with
no band lower than 5.5)
TOEFL iBT 80 or IELTS 6.0 (with no
band lower than 5.5)
2 years full-time professional work
experience required
No No No
Typical admission timeframe
(to receive offer after application)
4–6 weeks
Intake September, January, May September, January, May September, January, May
GMAT requirement for progression 500, with 25% in verbal
component OR GMAT can be
waived if an overall 3.5 GPA is
achieved in MBA
foundation courses†
500, with 25% in verbal
component OR GMAT can be
waived if an overall 3.5 GPA is
achieved in MBA
foundation courses†
500, with 25% in verbal component
English requirement for progression Pearson Versant of 59 Pearson Versant of 59 Pearson Versant of 59
Potential credit earned during PMP Up to 12 4 to 6 3
PMP duration 2 semesters (8 months) 1 semester (4 months) 1 semester (4 months)
PMP cost US$23,300 US$10,650 US$10,650
MBA duration 3 semesters 3 semesters 3 semesters
MBA cost‡ Between US$10,300–$13,800
per semester
Between US$10,300–$13,800
per semester
Between US$10,300–$13,800
per semester
Total program duration‡ 5 semesters (2.5 years) 4 semesters (2 years) 4 semesters (2 years)
Total program cost‡ Approx US$55,000 Approx US$44,000 Approx US$44,000

Admission requirements
MS in Engineering
(Chemical, Civil & Environmental, Computer, Electrical,
Energy, Mechanical, and Plastics)
Academic entry requirements Bachelor’s degree in the related Engineering field with a minimum GPA equivalent to USA 2.7
Additional academic requirements Recommended students have a minimum B average in STEM subjects,
those being (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Biomedical Engineering & Biotechnology)
English language requirements TOEFL iBT 79 or IELTS 6.5 (with no band lower then 5.5)
Intake September, January, May
Typical admission timeframe
(to receive offer after application)
4–6 weeks
Recommended GRE requirement
for progression*
Chemical: Verbal 142 and Quantitative 152 minimum
Civil & Environmental: Verbal 142 and Quantitative 152 minimum
Computer & Electrical: Verbal 142 and Quantitative 152 minimum
Energy: Verbal 142 and Quantitative 152 minimum
Mechanical: Verbal 142 and Quantitative 152 minimum
Plastics: Verbal 142 and Quantitative 152 minimum
Biomedical Engineering & Biotechnology Verbal 142 Quantitative 152 minimum
Potential credit earned during PMP 3–6 credits
PMP duration 1 semester (4 months)
PMP cost US$10,650
MS duration 3 semesters
MS cost† Between US$10,300–US$13,800 per semester
Total program duration† 4 semesters (2 years)
Total program cost† Approx US$44,000
*GRE prep is provided at no additional cost. †Total duration and cost is dependent on credits taken per semester.
COURSE OUTLINES
Admissions requirements
MS in
Computer Science
MS in Clinical Lab Sciences,
Health Informatics,
Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Public Health
MS in Biology, Chemistry,
Mathematics, Physics &
Environmental Science
Academic
entry requirements
Bachelor’s degree in the
Computer Science/IT/Computer
Engineering field with a minimum
GPA equivalent to USA 2.7
Bachelor’s degree in related field with a
minimum GPA equivalent to USA 2.7
Bachelor’s degree in the related field with
a minimum GPA equivalent to USA 2.7
Additional
academic requirements
Recommended students have
a minimum B average in STEM
subjects, those being (Science,
Technology, Engineering
and Math)
Recommended student have a minimum
B average in those subjects related to the
area of study
Recommended students have a
minimum B average in those subjects
related to their chosen MS
English
language requirements
TOEFL iBT 79 or IELTS 6.5 (with no
band lower than 5.5)
TOEFL iBT 79 or IELTS 6.5 (with no band
lower than 5.5)
TOEFL iBT 79 or IELTS 6.5 (with no band
lower than 5.5)
Typical admission
timeframe (to receive
offer after application)
4–6 weeks 4–6 weeks 4–6 weeks
Intake September, January, May September, January, May September, January, May
Recommended
GRE requirement
for progression*
Verbal 145 and Quant 155 Verbal 142 Quant 152 Biology: Verbal 150 Quant 150
Chemistry: Verbal 145 Quant 155
Enviromental Science: Verbal 145
Quant 155
Mathematics: Verbal 145 Quant 155
Physics Verbal 147 Quant 160 Writing 3.5
Potential credit
earned during PMP
3 credits 3 credits 3 credits
PMP duration 1 semester (4 months) 1 semester (4 months) 1 semester (4 months)
PMP cost US$10,650 US$10,650 US$10,650
MS duration 3 semesters 3 semesters 3 semesters
MS cost† Between US$10,300–$13,800
per semester
Between US$10,300–$13,800
per semester
Between US$10,300–$13,800
per semester
Total program
duration†
4 semesters (2 years) 4 semesters (2 years) 4 semesters (2 years)
Total program cost† Approx US$44,000 Approx US$44,000 Approx US$44,000


Admission requirements
MA in Community
Social Psychology
MA in Peace and
Conflict Studies
MA in Criminology and
Justice Studies
Academic
entry requirements
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the
Psychology field, with a minimum
GPA equivalent to USA 2.7
Bachelor’s degree, preferably
in the Humanities field, with a
minimum GPA equivalent to
USA 2.7
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the Humanities
field, with a minimum GPA equivalent to
USA 2.7
Additional
academic requirements
Recommended at least 18 credits in
Psychology, including at least one
course in statistics or
research methods
n/a n/a
English
language requirements
TOEFL iBT 79 (20 in writing
required) or IELTS 6.5 (6.0 in
writing required) or Pearson 50
TOEFL 79 or IELTS 6.5 (with no
band lower than 5.5)
TOEFL 79 or IELTS 6.5 (with no band lower
than 5.5)
Typical admission
timeframe (to receive
offer after application)
4–6 weeks
Intake September, May September, January and May September, January
Recommended
GRE requirement
for progression*
Verbal 145 & Quant 140 Verbal 145 Quant 140 Verbal 145 and Quant 140
Potential credit earned
during PMP
3 credits 3 credits 3 credits
PMP duration 1 semester (4 months) 1 semester (4 months) 1 semester (4 months)
PMP cost US$10,650 US$10,650 US$10,650
MS duration 3 semesters 3 semesters 3 semesters
MS cost† Between US$10,300–$13,800
per semester
Between US$10,300–$13,800
per semester
Between US$10,300–$13,800
per semester
Total program duration† 4 semesters (2 years) 4 semesters (2 years) 4 semesters (2 years)
Total program cost† Approx US$44,000 Approx US$44,000 Approx US$44,000
*GRE prep is provided at no additional cost. †Total duration and cost is dependent on credits taken per semester.
* Students with a slightly lower GPA and 2 years professional work experience may be considered for Stream B. †GMAT prep is provided at no cost. If students do not meet GMAT
requirement they will be able to extend a 2nd PMP semester and retake or possibly have GMAT waived if 3.5 GPA is achieved in all MBA foundation courses. ‡ Total duration and cost is
dependent on credits taken per semester.
Information sourced from: uml.edu/MSB.

Dates and Prices

 

 

SPRING: JANUARY

SUMMER: MAY

FALL: AUGUST

INTAKES

Program Duration Total program fees (US$)

UPP Standard 3 semesters $28,400 (33 credits)

Pre-Master’s Program (PMP) Per semester $10,650

Additional English programming

Academic English Per semester $6,720 (per semester)

Mixed English 1 semester $3,900 (plus additional cost of UPP Standard program)

Other fees and charges

On-campus accommodation Per semester $4,800–$5,000

Meal plan Per semester $2,000

Medical insurance (compulsory) Per year $1,470

 

§ Actual tuition costs may vary depending on specific course selections. All fees and charges are subject to change without notice. For the most up-to-date fee listings, please visit

 

 

Program fees include:

ƒ. full tuition and orientation program

ƒ. access to UMass Boston facilities campus center, library, athletic center, computers, etc)

ƒ. participation in UMass Boston students clubs and associations

ƒ. UMass Boston academic and career advising, housing, international student advising, IT services and other services available to all students on campus

ƒ. twenty-four hour access to on-campus security department

ƒ. access to UMass Boston health services (additional fees may apply). Health insurance In accordance with the State of Massachusetts Qualifying  Student Health Insurance Program, all Navitas USA students must carry health insurance. Therefore, if you do not have health insurance under another plan with comparable (equal or better) coverage, you must join the UMass Boston Student Health Insurance Plan. Please note: The following items do not
meet the state’s criteria for comparable insurance coverage:

ƒ. Foreign (international) health insurance

ƒ. Uncompensated Care Pool (free care)

Additional

In addition to your tuition and other fees, you will need approximately US$12,000 to US$15,000 to meet your living expenses each year. Typical expenses include accommodation, meals, books, stationery, transportation, utilities, telecommunications, recreation, and entertainment. These will vary according to your individual requirements. Please remember that living in the metropolitan area might make it tempting for you to spend more, so you should plan your expenses according to your budget. 

 

 

 

 


 



 

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