Boston University Questrom School of Business

The Questrom School of Business is the business school at Boston University in Boston, MA, USA. 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.

BU Questrom has a career center dedicated to leading students to success. It helps students with internships, resumes, interviews and many more career related assistance.

Questrom has some 250 full-time faculty and some 200 part-time faculty, teaching fellows, and active research assistants.

No matter which undergraduate, MBA, executive, or PhD. programs you choose, Questrom can help take your skills and career to the next level.

The University of Arizona Eller College of Management Marketing

The Eller College of Management is home to the University of Arizona Marketing Department, which was ranked #17 nationally by U.S. News & World Report in 2007 for its undergraduate program. The program’s 14 research faculty publishes influential papers every year, and enriches the classroom experience with the content and perspective their work reveals.

In addition to offering small class sizes and cutting-edge perspectives on marketing in a changing world, the Eller College program boasts a tight-knit community with active chapters of national student organizations including the American Marketing Association, American Advertising Federation, and the Sports Marketing Association.

The Department of Marketing in the Eller College of Management strives to be among the most respected marketing departments worldwide for thought leadership.