“No grading system will be perfect, but one that intentionally reduces grades is harmful to students.”
“I think having general principles and boundaries is a good policy, but there should be always room for flexibility depending on the circumstances and particular cases,” said Juan Montes, assistant professor of the practice in CSOM.
Starting in the fall of 2018, students outside of the Carroll School of Management (CSOM) will be able to declare minors outside of the current options available to students, according to Ethan Sullivan, associate dean in the undergraduate program of CSOM. Students will be able to minor in finance, marketing, accounting for CPAs, and accounting…
Andrew Kearney, CSOM ’18, hopes to have an approved, fully vetted, organization ready to go by the end of the semester.
Dean of the Carroll School of Management Andy Boynton officially announced in an email to faculty and staff on Thursday that the CSOM Honors Program will end with the Class of 2021. All current students in the program will be able to graduate with Honors, although the program will be phased out over the next…
“The CSOM Honors Program is not only the reason I chose to come to BC, but is also the reason I love BC and can call it home,” said Sam Schelble, CSOM ’21.
Wesner left a law firm when he realized that he needed to pursue a more fulfilling life and teaches his students the importance of that fulfillment.
“As BC has become a top national university and begun to attract superior applicants, the Honors Program is no longer necessary in its original function, according to a letter from Dean of MCAS Rev. Greg Kalscheur, S.J., sent to students.”
Josh Ouellette’s guidance counselor told him he shouldn’t apply to BC. Four years later, he’s about to graduate with a job offer from Goldman Sachs.