Our faculty rank 13th in the world for research quality and productivity (Financial Times) and received an A+ for their work in the classroom (Bloomberg Businessweek).
Challenging business courses combine with experiential learning and a multidisciplinary approach. Exceptional faculty lead innovative research. A culture of cooperation cultivates and challenges future leaders to fulfill their potential. Everything we do at the Carroll School prepares students to thrive in an increasingly complex business world.
Our students acquire both the vision and skills to inspire, motivate, and improve organizations and the communities that support them.
At the core of our student experience is a rigorous curriculum that distinctively blends innovative, challenging business courses with insights from other fields of knowledge and experience. The Carroll School is consistently ranked among the top undergraduate business schools in the country—including #3 by Bloomberg Businessweek.
As teachers and scholars, Carroll School faculty members improve business practice, publish in top journals, and prepare students to flourish in their careers. Our faculty rank 20th internationally for research quality and productivity (Financial Times). Bloomberg Businessweek gave them an A+ in the classroom. This combination—the highest level teaching and research—is rarely achieved in the world of management education.
Eight academic centers, dedicated career services, personalized advising, resume workshops, and more give Carroll School students full access to a range of resources. The results show: 94% of the undergraduate Class of 2019 who sought employment were hired within three months of graduation, earning a average starting salary of $71,018.
As part of a Jesuit Catholic university, we’re committed to the formation of the whole person—men and women with interests that extend beyond business and who continuously reflect on who they are, who they want to be, and how they want to use their talents to address the world’s needs.
We want to broaden rather than narrow the way management students think, and that’s why we favor a liberal arts approach that draws on ideas and insights from multiple disciplines. Intellectual inquiry, critical thinking, effective communication, cultural competence—these are skills and characteristics required to thrive in the 21st century. And they’re what employers increasingly seek.
Fulton Hall, home to the Carroll School of Management, is centrally located in the heart of Boston College's Chestnut Hill campus.
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Healthy competition endures in our supportive community, where students are eager to excel, collaborate, and help each other thrive. Outside of the classroom, our students connect and explore their interests through a variety of experiential learning opportunities. Even more opportunities await in 273 clubs and organizations across campus.
Seven academic departments, 14 undergraduate concentrations, eight graduate programs, and the ability to earn additional majors and minors in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences or the Lynch School of Education and Human Development—with all that, our students can tailor their degrees to their interests and aspirations.
Whether it’s Big Data and analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, or any other management discipline—our faculty and curriculum keep pace with the latest trends and anticipate what’s next in the business world. Courses across departments feature approaches used in leading organizations around the world.
Through scholarships, research and teaching assistantships, internships, and other opportunities, our students can fund their education in many ways. Sixty-six percent of Boston College undergraduates receive financial aid and can apply for support through the Boston College Office of Financial Aid.
At 180,000 and counting, the Boston College alumni network is large and remarkably loyal. Alumni help students connect to career opportunities and provide guidance through the Carroll School’s Eagle Expert Network and other programs.