The Carroll School of Management Honors Program (CSOM Honors Program) is designed for extraordinarily high achieving and motivated students. Each year, approximately 45 freshmen begin their study of management in the program. This select group of students will pursue unique opportunities both within and beyond the classroom.
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CSOM Honors Program student enroll in honors-level sections of management core classes, which are taught by experienced full-time faculty. Given the small size of honors-level sections, students are able to foster close relationship with professors. In addition to the honors-level sections of the management core classes, students also complete additional core requirements in Business and Professional Speaking and Applied Statistics. Students complete their CSOM Honors Program education by writing a senior thesis.
Committed to Boston College's Jesuit, Catholic mission, the Carroll School of Management challenges students to be mindful of the difficult ethical questions that face the ever-changing business community. Portico, a three-credit course for first year students, offers students the opportunity to:
- develop a nuanced method for recognizing and responding to the ethical challenges of contemporary business
- situate contemporary business within the global and historical perspective
- learn about business through engagement with faculty and practitioners
- raise questions about personal aspirations and opportunities available in the world of work
Click here for a sample of Portico reading assignments from past semesters.
Along with scholarship, the CSOM Honors Program emphasizes the importance of leadership and service. Students are afforded the opportunity to get involved with various committees that play an important role in shaping the undergraduate experience in the Carroll School of Management. To learn more about these committees, visit the Carroll School of Management website.
Carroll School of Management students have a variety of career advising resources at their disposal. Many Carroll School students take advantage of Boston College's Career Center. The BC Career Center serves all students at Boston College, offering internship and career fairs, resume critiques, and numerous other opportunities for career preparation.
Additionally, Amy Donegan serves as the Carroll School of Management's Associate Director of Career Advising. With an office located in Fulton Hall, Amy is the Carroll School's own dedicated career advisor.
Click here to learn more about career advising in the Carroll School of Management.