Learning Goals

Babson College prepares undergraduates to be entrepreneurial leaders.  Our curriculum is an integration of coursework in business and liberal arts.  In the classroom, across campus, and in the wider world, our students experience this within our framework of entrepreneurial thought and action.

Our graduates will apply this framework to address the greatest challenges of business and society today such as sustainability, inequality, and globalization.  They achieve this by starting new ventures or contributing to established organizations.  The Babson student experience is guided by learning goals.

Graduates will be able to do the following:

Collaboration – Collaborate with and learn from others to accomplish a common goal or create an original work.

Communication – Develop and express ideas strategically, through written, oral, and visual formats, to a specific audience for a desired purpose.

Leadership – Lead people to work towards shared goals with consideration of the ethical implications of their actions.

Problem-Solving – Analyze and assess ideas and data to make decisions and recommendations appropriate to situations and stakeholders.