Boston College is a private Jesuit Catholic university occupying multiple campuses each just a few miles west of central Boston. The Carroll School of Management is located on the Chestnut Hill Campus, occupying centrally located Fulton Hall near Alumni Stadium. The management school was founded in 1938, and was renamed in 1989 for Boston College alumnus Wallace E. Carroll, who contributed the school’s largest private grant at that time. Carroll offers full- and part-time MBA programs, as well as PhD and MS degrees in business-related fields.
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