Rogelio Duran (MBA/MSF) talks about his experiences in the Boston College Part-Time MBA Program. Rogelio graduated from the program in 2019 and is a relationship manager at CIBC Private Wealth Management.
By Andrew Giordano (MBA ’19) Today, product management is one of the most sought-after disciplines in the technology industry. BC MBA alumnus David LoVerme ’15 (pictured) recently led a workshop (organized by the Carroll School Graduate Career Development Office) on the basics of product management. LoVerme is currently the senior director of product & experience
If you’re looking to get back to the classroom to earn your MBA, our part-time MBA program could be the perfect fit. You’ll benefit from an advanced degree, networking opportunities, and the freedom to do so while you work. To give our prospective students a firmer understanding of just how advantageous a part-time MBA program can be,
When Gagan Chawla completed his MBA at the Carroll School in 2002, the nation was in the grip of a recession and jobs were scarce. But with the support of two Boston College professors, Gagan quickly found a full-time position at Strategic Pricing Group, a Waltham-based management consulting firm. “The other candidates for the job
Donald Hall, BC MBA ’13, worked in ski resort and hotel management before enrolling in the Boston College Carroll School of Management MBA program. After graduating, he leveraged the skills he gained from the BC MBA and a fiercely loyal alumni network to land a job as a commercial real estate consultant at CoStar Portfolio Strategy. Here’s
At the Carroll School of Management, one of our greatest sources of pride is our graduates’ fierce loyalty and continued commitment to Boston College, year after year. Because they stay connected to us, we can connect them to you—on matters of admission, internships, post-MBA employment, and more. If BC is on your list of MBA
From CEOs and business consultants to brand managers and marketing analytics associates, Carroll School of Management alums are leaders in business and beyond. That’s because BC MBA students are equipped with the soft and hard skills—time management, effective communication, critical thinking, and strategy and innovation—that employers across all industries expect and demand. To find out