Boston University School Of Management

DEFINITION of 'Boston University School Of Management'

The school of management at Boston University. The Boston University School of Management offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in business. Master's degrees are available for science, healthcare, communications, manufacturing and economics. Dual-degree programs are also offered in several combinations of fields.

BREAKING DOWN 'Boston University School Of Management'

The Boston University School of Management was founded in 1913. Both the undergraduate and graduate degrees have been ranked among the top 50 schools in America by BusinessWeek and U.S. News and World Report. The school is also known for hosting the Tech Strategy Business Case Competition every spring semester. Schools from around the world are invited to participate in this event.

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