Just a few miles west of Boston, the Carroll School of Management is part of the private Jesuit institution, Boston College. Meet some of the newest members of Boston Carroll in this edition of Real Humans: MBA Students.
Of the 80 candidates who matriculated at Carroll this fall, 31 percent are women. Fifteen percent identify as African-American, Hispanic, Asian or Native American. Ten percent are international.
During their undergraduate years, 28 percent of the class studied humanities/social sciences. Twenty-six percent majored in business and another 25 percent pursued economics. Six percent each had a background in finance or math/physical sciences. Five percent earned degrees in engineering. Their average GPA came in at 3.22.
Carroll MBA students began the program at an average age of 27 with an average of four years of work experience. The Class of 2022’s average GMAT score landed at 625, with an 80 percent range of 570 to 680. For those who took the GRE, they averaged 308.
Click through the following pages to learn about the advantages of a Carroll MBA, what new candidates learned through the MBA application process and more.