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Carroll School of Management Graduate Programs

Career Outcomes

The Boston College MBA program is not only about learning and developing transformative professional skills, but also about exploring and finding that next career challenge. Our curriculum provides excellent preparation for a dynamic business environment while the Career Development office supports your learning on how your skills and experience might apply to industry. The goal is to support the job search efforts through programs and events as well as personalized advising. Please note that due to current economic conditions and present government regulations, there are very limited opportunities for international graduate students who do not have long-term work authorization to find employment in the United States. For more information, please read this memo to international graduate students.

The Career Development office compiles annual data on student career placement post-graduation, which can be found below.


Adidas Group Johnson & Johnson
AGC Partners KPMG LLC Kurt Salmon
Athenahealth, Inc. Leader Bank
Bank of America Liberty Mutual Insurance
Beacon Health Options Longfellow Investment Management Co.
Boston Scientific Corporation Massachusetts General Hospital
Charles River Associates Maxim Integrated
Citizens Financial Group, Inc. New York Life Insurance Company
Covidien Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.
Credit Suisse Private Wealth Oxford Immunotec, Inc.
Cognex Corporation Philips Medical
CVS Health Pfizer Inc.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC
DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. Provenir
Duff & Phelps PTC
EMC Corporation Raytheon Company
EY Ryder System, Inc.
ExxonMobil Samsung
Fidelity Investments Santander Bank
Ford Motor Credit Company LLC Sartori Consulting
Gerson Lehrman Group Simon Kucher
Hasbro, Inc. Standard & Poor's Financial Services LLC
Holden Advisors Staples, Inc.
IBM Corporation State Street
iGATE, Inc. TD Bank
IHRDC Thermo Fisher Scientific
John Hancock Unum Group


*the average total compensation displayed is the combined total of U.S. work authorized and non-U.S. work authorized students; click here for a more detailed breakdown of compensation and placement data for U.S. work authorized and non-U.S. work authorized students
**the term "non-U.S. work authorized" indicates students requiring visa sponsorship to work in the U.S. Data includes students who were placed inside and outside the U.S.