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The Questrom School of Business (formerly, the Boston University School of Management) is the business school at Boston University. Founded in 1913 as the College of Business Administration, the school offers undergraduate and graduate programs.

The BU Questrom School of Business offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA), Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree (full- and part-time programs), a Master of Science (MS) in Mathematical Finance, a Master of Science in Management Studies (MSMS), executive education programs, and two Ph.D. programs. Both the undergraduate and graduate programs offer dual degree options with other schools and colleges at Boston University.


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