Boston University School of Management’s undergraduate program introduces you to the study of management your first semester. By the end of freshman year you’ll have the equivalent business education of juniors at some colleges.
Student Jason Kahn (BSBA’09) on the undergraduate experience Jason discusses some of the key components of SMG’s undergraduate program: teamwork, management as a system, and hands-on learning.
And because businesses don’t exist in a vacuum, the School of Management is dedicated to creating value for the world, and infuses discussions of law, social responsibility, and ethics throughout the curriculum. You’ll also have a broad exposure to liberal arts and sciences, which teach you to approach problems from multiple directions, and to view any opportunity with a view toward social, political, economic, and environmental considerations.
We’re looking for bright, well-rounded students: students with ambition, solid analytical skills, and leadership potential.
Here’s a snapshot of what you’ll gain here:
- Firm grounding in liberal arts
- Immediate immersion in the study of management
- Exposure to case studies of actual businesses
- Numerous study abroad partnerships
- Management Honors Program for select students
- All the benefits of a major university, including the option to take courses in other BU schools and colleges
- Friendly, small school atmosphere
- World class career center
- Alumni network of 44,000 management graduates and 292,000 Boston University graduates
- The City of Boston, the nation’s favorite college town and a hotbed for biotech, education, entrepreneurship, finance, high technology, medicine, and nonprofits