As the Dean at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, I am blessed to work with great faculty and administrators each day to build a great university that is focused on student formation, knowledge creation through excellent research, and maintaining the Jesuit, Catholic tradition that BC is founded upon.
Over the past six years during my tenure, the Carroll School of Management has instilled a rigorous ethical leadership required component into our superb undergraduate program, which houses 2,000 students from around the world. Our centers on Leadership and Ethics, Retirement, and Corporate Citizenship are among those that are flourishing and bringing new ideas to our students and executives around the world. We have reshaped and energized our faculty (and what a great faculty we have!) research culture and have unleashed the talent of a world-class faculty across all of our departments. I will stack up our faculty on their combined research and teaching skills with any in the world. Our full-time MBA program is a real gem–small, flexible, personalized and innovative. And its world class–ranked among the top 8% of all MBA programs.
The undergraduate program is as strong as any in the world—for those students who want our brand of undergraduate education—Boston College is unparalleled. Our undergraduate management degree features a strong blend with the arts and sciences over four years, is highly rigorous and relevant, and we ask students to reflect on who they are and where they are going in life, always seeking to broaden and brand students as lifetime learners, and not become aim to become highly paid technical specialists. Careerism is out. Formation is in. We know who we are and what we want to achieve, and we’re focused on getting there.
This describes the Carroll School of Management at Boston College. I’m proud to be its Dean (and alum from 1978) and to work with such a great team on making things happen! To visit the Boston College Carroll School of Management website click here.