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At the Morrissey College, we educate students in a 500-year Jesuit tradition by combining intellectual rigor with a concern for the formation of character. Our graduates are people who are well-educated, well-prepared, men and women ready to make a difference in the world.
How do you become an expert in your chosen field, able to think broadly and creatively with a passion for lifelong learning? At the Carroll School of Management, we help students find the answers every day—with our dual focus on dedicated teaching and top-level research by a world-renowned faculty.
To enhance the human condition, expand the human imagination, and make the world more just—that’s the mission driving the work of our faculty and students. At the Lynch School, we define education expansively—as an opportunity to shape the future of humanity and our society.
Learn how the Connell School of Nursing provides a distinctive advantage in nursing education, from the deep connections between students and faculty to its unparalleled reputation and opportunities in Boston’s health care community.
What makes STM a distinctive place to study? It's our integrated approach to theological and ministerial education, a commitment to engaging critical issues, and our location in Boston, which offers a rich context and myriad opportunties for service and pastoral experience.
Each of the Woods College flexible degree programs, certificate options, and nondegree programs, maintains rigorous academic standards and purposefully applies the Jesuit ideal of holistic formation—helping students transform intellectually, personally, professionally, and spiritually through individualized attention.
A Boston College liberal arts education compels students to think and learn across disciplines, prepares graduates for a range of rewarding careers, and helps them discern who they want to be—and why. By exploring enduring questions and complex problems, liberal arts students acquire the knowledge, skills, and habits of mind and heart they will need to thrive as well-rounded, reflective people in a diverse, global society.
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