Boston College, Carroll School of Management
University of South Australia Business School
Boston College was founded in 1863 by the Society of Jesus
(Jesuits). Today it is one of the nation's foremost universities, with an
enrollment of nearly 14,700 undergraduate and graduate students from all 50
states and more than 80 countries. Each year, the University confers more than
4,000 degrees in more than 50 fields of study through eight schools and
colleges. Faculty members are committed to both teaching and research and have
been honored by Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Education and the
MacArthur Foundation. Boston College is ranked 31st among national universities
by U.S. News & World Report.
The Carroll School of Management provides undergraduate and
graduate management education attuned to the needs of today's business world.
Aligned with the philosophy of Boston College, the Carroll School develops
leaders and managers who bring an ethical perspective to leadership.
Approximately 2,000 undergraduate and 800 graduate students enroll annually.
The undergraduate program ranked #4 in Bloomberg
Businessweek's "Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2014." The full-time
master in business administration program ranked #3 in Boston and #52 out of
209 nationally ranked programs n Bloomberg
Businessweek's "2014 Best B-Schools." The Carroll School also offers master
of science degrees in finance and accounting, and doctoral programs in finance
and organization studies.
The Carroll School enjoys a rich tradition of education and
research focused on advancing values-driven management and leadership. Our more
than 100 full-time faculty members are organized in seven academic departments:
accounting, business law, finance, information systems, management and
organization, marketing, and operations management. They make significant
contributions to management research, education, and practice by publishing
articles in renowned journals, participating in editorial review boards, and
serving in leadership roles in professional organizations.
In addition to our degree programs, the Carroll School
provides executive development programming for professionals in our research
centers, including Boston College's Chief Executives Club, the Center for
Retirement Research, the Center for Corporate Citizenship, the Center for Work
& Family, the Joseph E. Corcoran Center for Real Estate and Urban Action,
the Lynch Leadership Academy, and the Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics.
For more information, please visit www.bc.edu/csom.
The University of South Australia Business School is one of the Asia-Pacific's premier business schools and South Australia's largest.
Ranked in the world's top 1%, our leading-edge research informs our teaching, helps transform businesses and benefits communities. Our research strengths include human resource management and organizational behavior, marketing, applied economics, law, tourism, and international business.
With programs in Adelaide, Sydney and Hong Kong, it's our business to empower our graduates with the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to compete and succeed on the global stage. More than 55,000 alumni make up our international community of enterprising professionals, managers, and scholars.
We also create the context for graduate and community success, with centers of research and practice that transform the way marketing adds value to organizations, support the development of excellent workplaces, and assess and support choice in domains as diverse as cancer treatment and urban transport.
We are strongly represented in the Academy of Management by members of our Centre for Workplace Excellence (CWeX), a research center committed to researching current and future workplace challenges. CWeX takes a scientific approach to enable organizations and employees to be innovative, agile and adaptable - as the global marketplace, people, and technology continue to change. CWeX's progressive, world-class research is built on four pillars essential for employee and organizational effectiveness – employee diversity and well-being, organizational culture and change, leadership, and people management practices.
Additionally, our Centre for Business Growth is one of the few in the world that uses research-based development services to assist medium-sized businesses to scale and grow, while our partnership in the HP Innovation and Collaboration Centre establishes the environment for small tech companies to flourish.
For more information please visit www.unisabusinessschool.edu.au