Sawyer Business School

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Sawyer Business School on Beacon Hill in Boston

The Sawyer Business School is part of Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. Suffolk was founded in 1906 and the business school was founded on Beacon Hill in 1937 by Gleason Leonard Archer. The business school offers undergraduate and graduate programs.

Academics[edit]

Sawyer Library

Sawyer Business School offers part-time and full-time undergraduate and graduate programs. Undergraduate degrees are provided in Accounting, Information Systems, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management and Marketing. At the graduate level it offers the MBA, EMBA, Global MBA, MBA Online, MPA, MHA, MSF, MSA and MST as well as joint degrees with Suffolk University Law School (J.D./M.B.A., J.D./M.S.F., J.D./M.P.A.).[1] About 3000 students are currently enrolled in all programs at Sawyer.[2] The university also offers various opportunities at its research institutes, including: Beacon Hill Institute, Center for Crime & Justice Policy Research, Center for Restorative Justice, Center for Women's Health and Human Right, Poetry Center, and Political Research Center, R.S. Friedman Field Station, and Sagan Energy Research Laboratory.[3]

Rankings[edit]

The Princeton Review recently ranked the Sawyer Business School as "One of Top 15 in Global Management" and the school has been ranked annually in "The Best 300 Business Schools,"[4][5] U.S. News ranked Suffolk's Sawyer Business School as one "of the 10 least expensive private business schools" in the United States.[6] The school was also ranked #135 nationally in Public Affairs.[7]

Global Travel Seminar[edit]

These seminars help students to gain experience in the business world. Students will be taken for short-term visits to business centers around the world, where they will visit companies, be immersed in local business culture, and meet global business leaders.[8][9]

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