Top Part-time MBA Programs in Massachusetts

By | April 20, 2019

We have found 14 business schools in Massachusetts that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of Massachusetts MBA universities.

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List of Top MBA Schools in Massachusetts

Rank MBA Schools
1 Babson College (Olin)
Acceptance rate: 0.968
Part-time Enrollment: 930
Average GMAT score: 575
Location: Babson Park, MA
2 Boston University
Acceptance rate: 0.748
Part-time Enrollment: 693
Average GMAT score: 609
Location: Boston, MA
3 Boston College (Carroll)
Acceptance rate: 0.809
Part-time Enrollment: 435
Average GMAT score: 593
Location: Chestnut Hill, MA
4 University of Massachusetts–Amherst (Isenberg)
Acceptance rate: 0.774
Part-time Enrollment: 1173
Average GMAT score: 562
Location: Amherst, MA
5 Bentley University (McCallum)
Acceptance rate: 0.851
Part-time Enrollment: 354
Average GMAT score: 575
Location: Waltham, MA
6 Northeastern University
Acceptance rate: 0.85
Part-time Enrollment: 435
Average GMAT score: 552
Location: Boston, MA
7 University of Massachusetts–Boston
Acceptance rate: 0.398
Part-time Enrollment: 85
Average GMAT score: 570
Location: Boston, MA
8 Clark University
Acceptance rate: 0.931
Part-time Enrollment: 103
Average GMAT score: 557
Location: Worcester, MA
9 Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Acceptance rate: 0.305
Part-time Enrollment: 230
Average GMAT score: 570
Location: Worcester, MA
10 Simmons College
Acceptance rate: 0.94
Part-time Enrollment: 34Average GMAT score: 504
Location: Boston, MA
11 University of Massachusetts–Dartmouth (Charlton)
Acceptance rate: 0.8
Part-time Enrollment: 94
Average GMAT score: 432
Location: North Dartmouth, MA
12 University of Massachusetts–Lowell
Acceptance rate: 0.801
Part-time Enrollment: 332
Average GMAT score: 540
Location: Lowell, MA
13 Suffolk University (Sawyer)
Acceptance rate: 0.865
Part-time Enrollment: 305
Average GMAT score: 478
Location: Boston, MA
14 Western New England University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 163
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: Springfield, MA

Part-time MBA Programs in Massachusetts

Some National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts

  • A monument on Bunker Hill in Boston commemorating one of the first major battles of the Revolutionary War.
  • Built in 1794, the wooden frigate Constitution (USS Constitution) is the world’s oldest afloat naval ship (based in Boston).
  • Faneuil Hall in Boston, where patriot meetings were held during the American Revolution.
  • Old North Church is the oldest active church in Boston.
  • The Old Capitol (“Old State Building”) in Boston was a building built in 1712 that served as the seat of the government of the colony (and state).
  • The Paul Revere House in Boston is the city’s oldest surviving building and was home to one of the heroes of the American Revolution.
  • “Lexington Green” is a memorial located near the city of Lexington, dedicated to the clash between American patriots and British troops during the Revolutionary War.
  • Massachusetts Hall in Cambridge is the oldest building at Harvard University.

Some Notable Massachusetts Natives and Residents

  • Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790) inventor, writer, publisher, diplomat, and politician. One of the Founding Fathers of the USA. Born in Boston.
  • Samuel Adams (Samuel Adams, 1722-1803) – politician, one of the organizers of the ” Boston Tea Party ” and, later, one of the founding fathers of the United States. Born in Boston.
  • Paul Revere (1734–1818) was one of the heroes of the American Revolution. Born in Boston.
  • John Adams (1735-1826) – 2nd President of the United States. Born in Quincy.
  • John Hancock (1737–1793) was a statesman during the independence period of the United States. Born in Quincy.
  • John Quincy Adams (John Quincy Adams, 1767-1848) – 6th President of the United States (son of John Adams). Born in Quincy.
  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882), poet and translator. Born in Maine but later moved to Massachusetts.
  • Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) – poet and writer, author of the first works in the detective genre. Born in Boston.
  • Frederick Law Olmsted (1822–1903) was the founder of landscape architecture in the United States. Born in Connecticut but later lived in Massachusetts.
  • Emily Dickinson (Emily Dickinson, 1830–1886) is one of the most important figures in American poetry. Born in Amherst.
  • Louisa May Alcott (1832–1888) was a novelist and author of Little Women. Born in Pennsylvania but later moved to Massachusetts.
  • Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) – engineer and businessman, inventor of the telephone, founder of AT&T. Born in the UK, but later lived in Canada and Boston.
  • Bette Davis ( 1908–1989) is one of the most famous actresses in Hollywood history . Born in Lowell.
  • John F. Kennedy (1917–1963) is the 35th President of the United States. Born in Brooklyn.
  • Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) is an outstanding composer, pianist and conductor. Born in Lawrence.
  • George Herbert Walker Bush (George HW Bush, 1924-2018) – 43rd President of the United States. Born in Milton.