Placement Data


From Bloomberg Businessweek:

#3

in “Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2016”

A+

Given to Carroll School faculty for teaching

2,236

Undergraduate Students

14 Concentrations


 

Accounting

Accounting Information Systems

Business Analytics (co-concentration)

Computer Science

Corporate Reporting and Analysis

Economics

Entrepreneurship (co-concentration)

Finance

General Management

Information Systems

Management and Leadership

Managing for Social Impact and the Public Good (co-concentration)

Marketing

Operations Management


 
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37% of the Class of 2017 also completed a major in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

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83%

of graduating seniors seeking employment in the Class of 2017 were employed within three months of graduation

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Employment by Industry

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1.    Financial Services (23.50%)

2.    Consulting (19.20%)

3.    Accounting (15.50%)

4.    Investment Banking (10.10%)

5.    Technology/Science (8.30%)

6.    Other (6.80%)

 

7.    Consumer Products/Retail (4.30%)

8.    Media/Entertainment (3.70%)

9.    Insurance (2.70%)

10.  Real Estate (2.70%)

11.  Pharma/Biotech/Health (1.90%)

12.  Sports/Leisure (1.30%)

$62,250

Median starting salary for the Class of 2017

Sample List of Employers

Accenture

Bain Capital

Bank of America/Merrill Lynch

Barclays

BlackRock

Citi

Converse

Cornerstone Research

Deloitte Consulting

Deutsche Bank

DigitasLBi

Dunkin’ Brands

Ernst & Young

Evercore

Fidelity Investments

Fulbright

GE

Goldman Sachs

Google

HubSpot

J. Crew

J.P. Morgan

KPMG

L.E.K. Consulting

Liberty Mutual

L’Oreal Group

Microsoft

Moelis

Morgan Stanley

Oracle

Point 72 Asset Management

Prudential Capital Group

Putnam Associates

PWC

Saks Fifth Avenue

State Street

Teach for America

The TJX Companies

UBS

Under Armour

Venture for America