Our students have big dreams. They arrive ready to work, eager to learn, and focused on career development. We help them harness that ambition to meet their goals. Whether you want to become marketing managers or investment bankers, we have the tools to help you get there.Overview
Get ready to experience the world in your classroom. Regardless of your major or program, you’ll discover how globalization is affecting today’s business practices. Our global theme comes to life as your study alongside students and faculty members from all parts of the world.Overview
You’ll start building your resume and professional connections the moment you arrive on campus. Your courses emphasize practical experience, and your Suffolk network is your number-one resource for internship and career opportunities.Overview
The strength of each academic department lies in its faculty and curriculum. You’ll develop lasting connections with your professors. They treat you as an individual, offering academic support, career guidance, and access to their professional networks.Overview
Where do you see yourself in five years? Ten? Whatever your career goals are, Sawyer Business School has the resources to help you achieve them. As a student, you’ll encounter flexible scheduling, expert faculty, practical learning, and diverse classrooms.Business Graduate Programs
Learn from the best. With a mix of academic professionals and industry leaders teaching your classes, you’ll graduate with a well-rounded education, ready to tackle today’s business challenges.Overview
At Sawyer Business School, you have the power to reach 27,000+ industry professionals and corporate executives around the world. Our alumni community is a key career resource, helping you gain new skills, find mentors, advance your career, and change professional paths.Overview
Professor MacLean's primary areas of expertise include leadership development, corporate compliance/misconduct, leading change, and managing diversity.
Professor Lehrer’s areas of expertise span the international management of research and development, innovation and technology, strategy management, global strategy, and knowledge management. His work often extends abroad to investigate practices in management and innovation.
Professor Webber is chair of the Management and Entrepreneurship Department. She specializes in project management, client co-production, virtual teams, and trust.