Part-Time MBA

A Distinguished Degree on Your Terms

Through our part-time MBA program, experienced and emerging professionals earn an esteemed and broadly applicable degree at their own pace.

Here, you’ll focus on acquiring quantitative and qualitative skills that are critical to thriving in today’s marketplace. These skills and insights are relevant across positions, companies, and sectors—so even as industries evolve, you’ll be prepared to adapt and succeed. Everyone who graduates is ready to lead in any organization.

With more than 150 electives and a wide range of hands-on learning opportunities, you can tailor the curriculum to match your professional goals and interests. Evening, online, and hybrid courses add even more flexibility.

From day one, you’ll have full access to all of our personalized services—from navigating grad school to propelling your career. Our dedicated faculty and staff are here to make sure you get the most out of your degree.


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Attention Part-Time MBA Applicants: The final deadline to apply for Fall 2021 is Friday, August 6, 2021, at 11:59pm. The application will be closed after this deadline. Questions? Please email us at bcmba@bc.edu.

Your Future Network

Graduates of our part-time MBA program make their voices heard in a variety of sectors—in financial services, technology, and beyond. Find out how their education helps them pursue their professional interests and confront today’s most pressing business challenges.


Part-Time MBA Curriculum

Take a look at the part-time MBA curriculum, as well as sample roadmap schedules for completing the part-time MBA program in two, three, or four years. 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.

Part-Time MBA Curriculum (Effective Fall 2018)

Core Courses (30 Credits)

Credits
Economics
3
Managing People & Organizations
3
Accounting 3
Managerial Statistics (online module; must be taken before DA1 and Operations Management) 0
Data Analytics 1: Model Building** 3
Data Analytics 2: Data Management for Analytics
3
Marketing 3
Financial Management 3
Data Analytics 3: In Practice 3
Operations Management** 3
Strategic Management 3
Elective Courses (27 Credits)
 
9 Elective Courses  
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 57

• Please note: All students admitted prior to Fall 2018 will complete the curriculum they were admitted under. View part-time MBA degree requirements prior to Fall 2018.

• Part-time MBA students may be eligible to waive courses based upon prior coursework and/or professional certifications. View the course waiver policy.

• Graduate Students registering for 9 or more credit hours are required to comply with Massachusetts General Laws (the College Immunization Law). Failure to comply will result in a hold on your account and a potential fine. View graduate health and immunization forms.

**Students are required to complete a zero-credit online statistics module prior to enrolling in two courses: Data Analytics 1: Model Building and Operations Management, unless waived based on prior academic work.

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Year 1

Fall Spring Summer
Economics Data Analytics 1: Model Building* Financial Management
Managing People and Organizations Data Analytics 2: Data Management for Analytics
Operations Management*
Accounting Elective Elective
Elective    

Year 2

Fall Spring Summer
Marketing Strategic Management Elective
Data Analytics 3: In Practice Elective Elective
Elective Elective  
Elective    

*Students are required to complete a zero-credit online statistics module prior to enrolling in two courses: Data Analytics 1: Model Building and Operations Management, unless waived based on prior academic work.

 

Year 1

Fall Spring Summer
Economics Accounting Data Analytics 2: Data Management for Analytics
Managing People and Organizations Data Analytics 1: Model Building* Elective

Year 2

Fall Spring Summer
Financial Manangement Marketing Data Analytics 3: In Practice
Operations Management* Strategic Manangment Elective
  Elective  

Year 3

Fall Spring Summer
Elective Elective Elective
Elective Elective Elective

*Students are required to complete a zero-credit online statistics module prior to enrolling in two courses: Data Analytics 1: Model Building and Operations Management, unless waived based on prior academic work.

 

 

Year 1

Fall Spring Summer
Economics Accounting Data Analytics 2: Data Management for Analytics
Managing People and Organizations Data Analytics 1: Model Building*  

Year 2

Fall Spring Summer
Financial Manangement
Marketing Elective
Operations Management*
Elective
 

Year 3

Fall Spring Summer
Strategic Management
Data Analytics 3: In Practice Elective
Elective
Elective
 

Year 4

Fall Spring Summer
Elective
Elective
 
Elective
Elective
 

*Students are required to complete a zero-credit online statistics module prior to enrolling in two courses: Data Analytics 1: Model Building and Operations Management, unless waived based on prior academic work.

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Part-Time MBA Profile
Class Entering in Fall 2020

Undergraduate Majors

Accounting 4%
Business 31%
Economics 8%
Engineering 4%
Finance 12%
Humanities/Social Science 28%
Math/Physical Science 9%
Other 4%

 

Academic and Professional Profile 

Class Size 160
Average GMAT Score 647
Average GRE Score
311
Average Undergraduate GPA 3.29
Average Full-Time Work Experience
5.5 years
Work Experience Range (middle 80%)
1–11 years

Diversity

Women 35%
AHANA* 14%
Average Age 29
Age Range 22–48

*African-American, Hispanic, Asian and Native American.

Where do our graduates work?

Accenture

Bank of America

Bose

Boston Scientific

Capstone Partners

Charles River Associates

Dell EMC

Deloitte

Dimensional Fund Advisors

Ernst & Young

Fidelity Investments

Hasbro

Holden Advisors

John Hancock/Manulife

Johnson & Johnson

KPMG

Liberty Mutual

Lockheed Martin

Longfellow Investments

Needham & Company

New York Life

Ocean Spray Cranberries

Oxford Immunotec

Partners HealthCare

Pfizer

PwC

Raytheon

Reebok

Reputation Institute

Rockland Trust

Santander

Standard & Poor's

Staples

The Alexander Group

Thermo Fisher Scientific

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