URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2144/1171

Fusing the art, science, and technology of business is the underlying principle of an education at the School of Management. Cross-disciplinary coursework, a superior approach to learning team skills, and an emphasis on technology are designed to teach students to think systematically across an organization, and understand the complex interactions between the various functions within an organization (e.g. marketing, finance, and operations.) In addition to their management studies, undergraduates are grounded in a solid liberal arts education at Boston University in preparation for their Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA). Graduate students choose full-time, part-time, or accelerated MBA programs including several dual degree programs. And, our executive development programs offer companies and individuals coursework in leadership, entrepreneurship, information systems, and finance.

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