Questrom (Boston) School of Business

First-year students take their core classes with a cohort of about 50 students before taking on a summer internship and then filling their second year with electives from over 100 courses. The school offers 9 joint MBA degrees.

Among them, the Health Sector MBA takes full-advantage of the campus' location in the heart of Boston, one of the most prominent healthcare and life sciences hubs in the world. The recently rebranded MBA+ MS in Digital Technology (MBA+ MSDT), formerly known as the MBA+ MS in Digital innovation, fuses traditional management coursework with expertise in the IT systems.

Questrom also offers Global Immersion electives which allow students to study entrepreneurship in other parts of the world ending with a 2-week trip to such places as Vietnam, France, India, Israel and South Africa.

Location: Boston, Massachusetts


Affiliation: Boston University

Established: 1913

In March 2015, the school was renamed for trustee Allen Questrom, retired CEO of several department and specialty stores, and his wife, Kelli, who gave $50 million, the largest gift in university history at the time.