WORKING PROFESSIONALS PROGRAMS CLASS PROFILES
The students in Babson’s part-time graduate programs have diverse backgrounds, numerous professional goals, and many nationalities. Some want to advance in their current organization, while others want to switch careers. Together, they form a supportive global network that they benefit from long after graduation.
|Avg. GMAT Score||596||n/a|
|Avg. Undergraduate GPA||3.16||3.06|
|Avg. Years Professional Experience||6||9|
Evening and Blended Learning data represents 2017–2018 academic year enrollment.
Current total enrollment is approximately 1,200 students.
*Represents two locations.
Meet Alumni from Babson’s Working Professionals MBA Students and Alumni
Emily Lagasse MBA’15
Emily believes an entrepreneurial mindset is a force for change. “Entrepreneurial thinking allows us to see opportunities and take action toward improvement rather than accept the status quo.” Meet Emily »
Deborah DiSanzo MBA’88
As a student in Babson’s Evening MBA program, Deborah enjoyed being surrounding by like-minded classmates. “Being part of a community of thought leaders is the best way to learn.” Meet Deborah »
Ken Anadu MBA’10
When researching MBA programs, Ken specifically sought out one with a student-run investment fund and well-regarded finance program. That search landed him at Babson. Meet Ken »
Josh Bob MBA’08
As a student in Babson’s Blended Learning MBA program, Josh valued the perspective of his classmates. “The diversity of Babson classes … gave me an opportunity to meet people whose expertise was so different than mine.” Meet Josh »
Mike Norwood MBA’11
One benefit of a Babson degree? For Mike, it’s the faculty. “Professors will push you to do your best in the classroom, but also be the first to offer their expertise and the connections you need outside of it to help you chase and achieve your goals.” Meet Mike »
Angela Sanchez MBA’11
As a student in Babson’s Blended Learning MBA program, Angela made valuable connections for her venture. “After one of our [MBA] presentations, one of the investors gave us his business card and said, ‘Give me a call.’” Meet Angela »