BC Hosts MBA Information Reception

The Boston College Carroll School of Management will be hosting an MBA information reception for prospective students. The event will be held Feb. 17 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Boston College Club. During the event, attendants will have the opportunity to learn more about the MBA program at BC from alumni, current students and graduate programs staff.

The Full-Time MBA program at BC is a two-year program that combines sequenced courses with experiential learning. Students collaborate with their peers to develop business plans and consulting services as well as form a solid base of networking for their professional careers. During the first semester of the program, students work in team to learn the methods of design thinking and how to apply that thinking to real-world corporate citizenship programs. Each student team works with a corporation to design a social or environmental program that the company is interested in pursuing.

Students work in teams again during the second semester of the program on a consulting project. During this project, students provide consulting services to real clients. The consulting project ends with the Diane Weiss Consulting Competition, where teams present their projects to a panel of leading company CEOs and senior managers.

Students in the Full-Time MBA program are also required to complete a specialization along with the regular curriculum. Specializations are designed to give BC students the opportunity to develop skills and expertise in a specific business area.

Prospective students can register for a class visit and find more information on the Full-Time MBA program online.


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