Insight into yourself and others, truly visionary thinking to improve communities, the analytical acumen and collaborative dexterity to execute big ideas—these are characteristics that will define the managers of tomorrow. Through our full-time MBA program, Carroll School students emerge as leaders who will guide society and organizations through the 21st century.
Our program features a world-renowned faculty, a rigorous curriculum that responds to industry needs, and a variety of experiential learning opportunities. Our interdisciplinary approach enables students to master professional skills and gain deeper insight into the workings of complex organizations, collaborating with faculty and distinguished alumni along the way.
Our MBA alumni make their voices heard in a variety of sectors—in financial services, technology, and beyond. Find out how these recent graduates leveraged the BC MBA to pursue their professional interests and confront today’s most pressing business challenges.
The first year provides students with a broad foundation of business knowledge while fostering connections with classmates. In addition to these learning requirements, all Carroll School MBA students must complete 20 hours of community service in order to graduate from the program. Learn more about community service guidelines.
|Managerial Statistics (BZAN770314)
|Introduction to Strategic Management (MGMT770101/02)|
|Professional Development Programming|
|Data Analytics 1: Model Building (BZAN771601/02)|
|Managing People & Organizations (MGMT771201/02)|
|Data Analytics 2: Management & Data Skills (ISYS770001/02)|
|Financial Management (MFIN772201/02)|
* Follow-up professional development sessions are scheduled on several dates throughout the semester.
|Data Analytics 3: In Practice (ISYS770101/02)|
|Strategic Management (MGMT773001/02)|
|Operations Management (BZAN772001/02)|
|Thinking Strategically: A Global Integrative Simulation (MGMT776001/02)|
* Students will select from a menu of half semester electives.
Once students complete the core curriculum in Year 1, they concentrate their studies through electives.
* Please note: electives must be 6000 or 8000-level courses.
Average Total Compensation
(U.S. Work Authorized Students)*
*Includes data reported up to October 9, 2020, for members of the class of 2020 seeking full-time employment.
*Includes data for all members of the class of 2021 seeking summer internships.
|Total Class Size||80
|Average GMAT Score||625
|GMAT Range (middle 80%)||570–680|
|Average GRE Score||308|
|GRE Range (middle 80%)||296–322|
|Average Undergraduate GPA||3.22|
|Average Full-Time Work Experience
|Work Experience Range (middle 80%)
|Students Pursuing Dual Degree
*African-American, Hispanic, Asian and Native American