We’re happy to announce the launch of Career Case Study, a podcast hosted by current BC MBA students focused on showcasing the stories and career journeys of current students and alumni. In this inaugural episode, Mitch Wood (MBA ’19) talks about his transition from sales manager for a manufacturing company to business school.
Meet Courtney Cannon-Booth, a part-time BC MBA student and Executive Assistant to the CEO at Celtra. Here, she shares her advice for prospective students, covering everything from researching MBA programs to the importance of class participation.
When you sit down to craft your admissions application, think about it like we do, holistically. You want to make sure that each element of your application flows and represents you. With that in mind, here are some tips from the admissions committee on how to prepare the strongest application.
Once you have finally made the big decision of where to earn your Full-Time MBA, a new set of priorities seems to come out of nowhere. Let's start with a just a few to make your transition from work-life to student-life a little easier.
Wunderite wants to make insurance wonderful. With the belief that filling out paperwork doesn’t have to be a daunting experience, Peter MacDonald (MBA ’19) conceived of Wunderite, a startup that helps customers, brokers, and insurers easily collaborate online, sort of like TurboTax, but for insurance. With a team consisting of MacDonald and ten Boston College
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,