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Alumni money managers return to campus for the annual Finance Conference.
Superb researcher, inspiring teacher Professor Ronnie Sadka.
A career counselor helped Alison Gates, MBA ’12, find the right job for her.
David Roach of Consilium Partners was a judge in the Diane Weiss Consulting Competition for MBAs.
DentaQuest President and Chief Executive Officer Fay Donohue, MBA ’80, talks with second year MBAs.
About the Finance Conference About the asset management ranking About Professor Ronnie Sadka’s research Professor Ronnie Sadka’s graduate teaching award How Alison Gates, MBA ’12, found the right job About the Dianne Weiss Consulting Competition Fay Donohue, MBA ’80, shares lessons learned Fay Donohue, MBA ’80, on applying her MBA
  • Full-time MBA

    Fill your toolkit and gain professional experience in the two-year MBA program.

  • Part-Time MBA

    Flexible scheduling options make it easy to pursue a management degree while you work.

  • MSF

    Study full-time or part-time in the top-ranked Master’s in Finance program.

  • MSA

    Complete a Master’s in Accounting in two or three semesters.

  • PhD

    Pursue a doctoral degree in finance or organization studies.

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MBA student Kevin Harvey

Admissions Blog


Part-Time MBA student Kevin Harvey shares his thoughts on the feasibility and value of earning your MBA at Boston College as a working professional. Read the full interview with Kevin.

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An Investment in Success


The Carroll School of Management has received a generous gift from Linda and John Powers ’73, P’10, ’10, ’18, which will endow the position of dean. Read about the John and Linda Powers Family Deanship Fund.

Professional Photo of Carroll School Dean Andy Boynton

Courage and Leadership


Where do some leaders get the courage to go against the tide of opinion among stakeholders? Carroll School Dean Andy Boynton explores the question in his latest blog post, which centers on an interview with Unilever CEO Paul Polman. See his post on Forbes.

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Business Analytics & The BC MBA


Marilyn Eckelman, assistant dean for career development at the Carroll School of Management talks about business analytics and Boston College’s new curriculum. Read the article on QS Top MBA.

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Strategy Drives Digital Transformation


Employees of all ages want to work for businesses that are committed to digital progress, according to a report created in part by Carroll School of Management Associate Professor of Information Systems Gerald Kane. Download the full report here.