Our globally acclaimed graduate programs prepare students for life after the Carroll School—for successful careers as influential managers, inspirational leaders, and innovative academics.
Rigorous curricula combine quantitative and qualitative elements to instill in students a range of proficiencies: from practical, in-demand expertise like data analytics to public speaking prowess, decision-making acumen, and other 21st century skills. Faculty esteemed for both their teaching and scholarship—earning the Carroll School a world ranking of 17th for research—lead courses and innovative projects that yield lasting insights for our students.
Small class sizes, personalized attention—including individualized career development and student services—and a culture of meaningful mentorship create a close-knit community focused on supporting each student’s success. Carroll School students also have access to the extensive Boston College alumni network’s connections in business, politics, academia, and the nonprofit world.
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Ranked third in the country, by the Financial Times, our MSF program helps both experienced and aspiring professionals deepen their knowledge and create new opportunities in the industry. The comprehensive curriculum is grounded in fundamental economic principles, specialized skills, and leading methodologies.
This five-year, research-focused program prepares students to become leading researchers and scholars at preeminent management schools.
With a strong foundation in organizational theory, research methods, and statistics, graduates of this program go on to enjoy meaningful careers in academia and beyond.
Our distinguished program features globally acclaimed faculty covering quantitative methods and economics.
Faculty Research Quality and Productivity, Worldwide
Financial Times, 2019