Boston College Reviews of MBA Programs

  • 5 Reviews
  • Chestnut Hill (MA)
  • Annual Tuition: $29,512
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Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 9/1/2017
  • Degree: MBA
"The evening program is great. The professors care about you learning the material."
Jonah Goldshlag
  • Reviewed: 12/15/2014
  • Degree: MBA
"I've enjoyed the majority of my courses so far, though some of the core courses could have been more challenging. The students in the program are fantastic, with good diversity, very good social atmosphere, and great variety of people here."
Justin Beltz
  • Reviewed: 3/8/2014
  • Degree: MBA
"The Evening MBA program at the Boston College Carroll School of Management has been a great experience so far. After completing 44 of 56 credits, I can confidently say that the investment in an education with BC is worthwhile. The faculty have been top notch, the student body is very high caliber, and the curriculum is challenging. There are high profile guest speakers in some classes that really illustrate the concepts and context of the subject matter. The integrative courses also do a great job of cohesively bringing together the content of the core courses. Available elective courses cover a broad range of interests and facets of business. I really can't say enough good things about my experience with BC!"
Carlos Peralta
  • Reviewed: 10/10/2013
  • Degree: MBA
"Excellent school. Beautiful people and buildings. Incredible environment."
Kelly Cocco
  • Reviewed: 10/9/2013
  • Degree: MBA
"The best and worst part of the BC program is its small, intimate size. The size allows you to form relationships that are unmatched by other schools both with your peers and with professors and administration. You'll receive individualized attention that ensures you meet all of your goals during business school. On the flip side, the small size limits the ability of the program to bring in some big name speakers or companies who would prefer to have a larger audience."