Pursue All of Your Passions
Explore the liberal arts and expand your education with a double major in the Morrissey College. By pursuing interests outside of business, students acquire an even broader range of knowledge and skills.
What are you most interested in—and where do you want to take your career? At the Carroll School, students can focus their studies and expand their expertise in dedicated areas through one of 13 concentrations.
Students must choose one concentration but may select two. They can also add a minor or second major from the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, or a minor from the Lynch School of Education and Human Development.
(Note: Students in the class of 2021 are eligible to complete the Corporate Reporting and Analysis concentration. Students in the class of 2021 and 2022 are eligible to complete the Computer Science concentration. For students in following years, these options are no longer available.)
A broad curriculum to prepare for a career in public accounting, financial institutions, government, information systems, law, or the nonprofit world.
Prepare for a career in business, financial analysis, investment banking, consulting, marketing, or management training programs.
Understand business and the information systems that support it, building competency in system design, implementation, process, controls, and how to analyze information to reach decisions.
Designed to supplement a main concentration, the business analytics curriculum imparts a series of valuable methods and tools: statistics, forecasting, experimental design, data mining, and turning data into information and insights.
Prepare for a career as an economist or in law, government service, or business with a critical understanding of how economic systems work in the U.S. and around the world.
Learn to navigate the uncertainty of new initiatives in established firms and startups so you can launch and manage high-growth ventures.
Hosted in one of the top finance departments in the country, this program prepares students for quantitative and analytical challenges in both the business and academic worlds.
An integrated and rigorous curriculum with a cross-disciplinary approach to management—covering accounting, finance, marketing, leadership, information systems, and operations.
Gain technical and managerial skills and learn to analyze the connections between information technology, innovation, business strategy, and competitive advantage.
Acquire and enhance the in-demand skills to effectively lead and manage people and organizations.
This co-concentration analyzes the multifaceted social impacts of today’s global corporations and prepares students for careers in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
With a broad approach to this dynamic discipline, develop skills across science, technology, and communications while examining perspectives on society, psychology, and human behavior.
Combine knowledge in business analytics, process design and analysis, and project management to address environmental, ethical, and social issues.
Our students earn minors from the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, many of which complement management studies.
The Lynch School of Education offers a variety of minors to Carroll School students interested in education, psychology, and academic careers.