We blend management education with liberal arts learning and a commitment to the greater good. You'll learn how to analyze complex challenges, take risks for innovation, and lead ethically. Consistently ranking among the nation’s top business schools, we prepare conscientious, well-rounded professionals.
We encourage all our students to constantly challenge themselves, the subjects they study, and the world around them. Learning to evaluate issues from various angles is an essential element of the Jesuit liberal arts tradition.
We believe the best business leaders account for the well-being of communities. From your first semester in our Portico course through graduation, you'll learn to combine business practices with social awareness and ethical action.
The most effective leaders combine practical expertise with adept communication and cultural competency. You'll acquire a broad range of skills, learning to manage and direct individuals, teams, and organizations to fulfill their potential.
Best Undergraduate Business Schools, 2020
Poets & Quants
Average starting salary,
Class of 2022
in teaching quality among U.S. undergraduate business programs
This foundational program introduces first-year students to the Carroll School’s rich resources and the breadth of contemporary business—including its evolution, global dimensions, ethical challenges, and emerging opportunities.
Designed exclusively for non-management students, the Catalyst Program is an intensive, full-time, for-credit program that helps you build a solid and broad foundation in the functional areas of management.
“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, 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 will challenge and support you along the way, and you should feel free to reach out to me if you ever need anything.”
Get to know us by attending an information session or campus tour, offered virtually and in-person at our Chestnut Hill campus.