Where Vision Meets Values

With its distinctive blend of management education, liberal arts learning, and commitment to the greater good, life at the Carroll School of Management is anything but business as usual. Consistently ranking among the nation’s top business schools, we prepare conscientious, highly skilled, well-rounded professionals ready to lead.

Working closely with faculty and advisors, undergraduates choose a business specialty, discover what drives them, and round out their knowledge by studying across disciplines. In the process, they cultivate their intellectual curiosity and acquire the quantitative and qualitative skills that enable them to thrive in the 21st century economy.

Throughout their four years, students engage with the global and ethical dimensions of business—learning to analyze complex challenges, take risks for innovation, communicate perceptively, and act responsibly. Here, education is about more than finding a job. It’s about creating a place—and making a difference—in the world.

Current students: Now you can find all the advising resources in one place!

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By the Numbers


Best Undergraduate Business Schools, 2020

Poets & Quants


Average starting salary
Class of 2021


Undergraduate students


of the Class of 2021 also completed a major
or minor in the Morrissey College
of Arts and Sciences

We have three aims for you during your time here. First, you will be known and cared for. Second, you will work hard and be challenged to do your best (because, as in the words of a person I greatly admire, ‘I've never met a happy lazy person’). And third, you will think hard by being asked to see many things at the same time, seeking truth through enlargement of the mind. Your fellow students, faculty, and staff of the Carroll School will challenge and support you along the way, and you should feel free to reach out to me if you ever need anything.
Ethan Sullivan, Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs

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