Programs

2 years, Boston

Build the tech-focused business expertise employers want—and power your learning with unique experiences, such as our high-impact corporate residency. Choose from 24 in-demand concentrations, including our signature non-business MBA x concentrations.

Build the core skills that prepare you to lead in business—along with advanced financial expertise that gives you unique insight into decision-making. Choose from 21 in-demand concentrations, including our signature non-business MBA x concentrations, and power your learning with unique experiences, such as our high-impact corporate residency.

Less than 4 years

Combine an experience-powered law education with forward-thinking business expertise—and position yourself to succeed in either field.

4 years, Boston

Excel in the highly specialized fields of taxation law, corporate finance, or mergers and acquisitions—with a powerful dual degree that prepares you to succeed in a digital economy.

20–24 months, Boston

Build on your existing law degree by deepening your legal knowledge—and establish a strong foundation of business expertise that will position you for success.

15 months, Boston

Become a leader in the rapidly changing field of accounting by building comprehensive accounting knowledge, critical business skills, and proficiency in data analytics—and gain professional accounting experience through an intensive corporate residency. This degree is designed for non-accounting majors.

Earn an MBA degree that prepares you to meet the challenges of a tech-driven, high-speed business world—in an all-virtual, customizable format. Choose from eight in-demand concentrations.

Develop a powerful blend of financial and business expertise by combining two advanced degrees—in an all-virtual format. Choose from eight in-demand concentrations.

2 to 7 years, Boston

Earn an MBA degree that prepares you to meet the challenges of a tech-driven, high-speed business world—on a part-time schedule that works with your life. Choose from 15 in-demand concentrations.