The University of Massachusetts Lowell owes its origins to two institutions founded in the 1890s: Lowell State College on the south side of the Merrimack River, and Lowell Technological Institute on the north side. The University of Lowell was formed with their 1975 merger and, in 1991 it became part of the University of Massachusetts. UMass Lowell is now the third fastest growing university in the country. It boasts 100 undergraduate majors, 42 master’s programs, and 36 doctoral degrees.
I have just graduated from UMass Lowell, Manning School of Business, with a Master of Science in Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship. The goal of the Master of Science in Innovation and Technological Entrepreneurship (MSITE) is to provide engineers, business majors and scientists with the skills and knowledge required to drive innovation in today’s collaborative, global workforce.
Our capstone project started out as a simple digital flashcard mobile app – which was also entered into UMass Lowell’s annual DifferenceMaker Idea Challenge – but grew into web-based platform allows us to compile apps quickly and efficiently. Read more about this on the Accolades & Awards page and be sure to visit the WordPro website.