Dual Degrees: For MBAs, the Road Not Taken

After a sex abuse scandal rippled through the Catholic Church, Boston College’s Carroll School of Management wanted to make a positive change. The school introduced a dual-degree program that coupled an MBA with a master’s in pastoral ministry. The goal was to promote transparency and human resource prowess at the highest ranks of religious institutions. Only one graduate has emerged from the program since it started in 2006. Even so, administrators consider it a success.

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