Thought-leading faculty, dynamic learning opportunities, and the resources of a globally renowned university drive our students to master professional skills and build their brands.
The same faculty from our undergraduate business school—ranked third in the county by Bloomberg Businessweek—teach our MBA students. They lead MBA courses and programs organized around a dynamic market-driven curriculum, designed to respond to employers’ constantly evolving needs.
Through coursework and experiential learning, our students acquire both foundational business knowledge and real-world experience. They also hone a combination of hard and soft skills—building their expertise in areas like data analysis and public speaking and graduating with a well-rounded skillset applicable across industries and job functions.
During their time here and throughout their careers, our students have access to the extensive and famously loyal Boston College alumni networks, which help them launch and accelerate rewarding careers.
The full-time MBA is a two-year degree that offers the skills and insights you need to take your career to the next level. Small class sizes provide you with a personalized experience, and you can tailor your MBA to your goals.
The full-time MBA offers a wide range of experiential learning opportunities—through internships, competitions, real-world projects, study trips, skills-training workshops, and other experiences.
Each cohort is comprised of carefully selected individuals who bring a diverse set of backgrounds and perspectives to class discussions, team projects, and applied learning opportunities. You will immerse yourself in a community of students who share a desire for learning, personal growth, and professional advancement.
Acquire the skills you need to accelerate your career on your own terms with our part-time MBA program. Students receive all benefits of the full-time MBA program but have access to convenient evening class times as well as online and hybrid courses—allowing you to maintain your career while furthering your education.
All applicants to the part-time MBA program are considered for advanced-standing credit based on previous academic experience and professional certifications (such as CPA or CFA)—saving you time and money.
This month, U.S. News & World Report unveiled its “Best Graduate Schools” rankings—placing the Carroll School of Management among the nation’s leading institutions for graduate management programs and specialties.