Babson College offers all undergraduates a Bachelor of Science degree. Students are also given the option to declare concentrations their junior and senior year from a broad range of subjects in various business and other fields. Programs are accredited by Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)[10] and the college itself has been regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) since 1950.[11]

Babson College also offers a study abroad they have created. The program is called “BRIC: The Cornerstone of the New Global Economy” and is offered to Juniors as well as Seniors in the fall semester of the academic year. During the program a number of students, around 26, visit and study in Russia, China and India. In each country, students study a variety of classes covering different topics.

Business school rankings
Worldwide MBA
Business Insider[12] 40
Financial Times[13] 60
Bloomberg Businessweek[14] 56
U.S. News & World Report[15] 72

In rankings, Babson was rated first among all colleges and universities in the nation by Money Magazine in 2014.[16] In 2015, the magazine ranked it second just behind Stanford University.[17] Babson’s MBA program was ranked 58th overall in the Bloomberg Businessweek 2014 rankings.[18] Babson’s undergraduate business program is ranked 26th overall in the Bloomberg Businessweek 2014 rankings.[19] Babson’s undergraduate Entrepreneurship program has been ranked number one for the past 17 years by U.S. News & World Report.[20] In their 2013–2014 salary report, ranked Babson College at number five of all U.S. colleges and universities, ahead of schools such as Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Dartmouth, Columbia and Yale. This ranking represents an average mid-career salary of $123,000 and average starting salary of $59,700.[21] In 2012, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked Babson eleventh among U.S. schools based on return on investment.[22] CNN money ranked Babson eighth in their 2016 “Colleges with the highest-paid grads” rankings.[23]


Babson College offers master’s degrees through its F. W. Olin Graduate School of Business, including a One-Year MBA Program, a Two-Year MBA Program, a 42-month Evening MBA Program and a Blended Learning MBA Program with campuses located in BostonSan Francisco and Miami. It also offers a Master’s of Science in Entrepreneurial Leadership (MSEL), Business Analytics (MSBA), Finance (MSF) and a Certificate of Advanced Management (CAM).[24]

Student life[edit]

Arthur M. Blank Center

The Babson Globe

In 2019, 3,663 students attended Babson, 3,229 of whom were undergraduates.[25]

Student publications include a literary magazine[26] and the Babson Built Podcast.[27]

There are several fraternities and sororities on campus: Chi OmegaDelta Tau DeltaKappa Kappa GammaSigma Kappa and Sigma Phi Epsilon. There are also two professional business fraternities on campus: Delta Sigma Pi and Alpha Kappa Psi. Babson College Radio was started in 1998.[28]

Babson offers a variety of special interest housing, such as CODE (Community of Developers and Entrepreneurs), theStudio (the housing associated with CREATE, the arts-based student club), E-Tower, ONE Tower: Origins of Necessary Equality, GIVE Tower, Healthy Living Tower and Women Giving Back Tower.


Babson’s teams are known as the “Beavers” and its colors are green and white. The school has 22 varsity sports teams, the majority of which compete in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) of the NCAA Division III.[29] One of Babson’s flagship sports is baseball which has won 7 Conference Championships and been to 5 NCAA Tournaments, including the 2019 College World Series. Additionally, the men’s soccer team has established a history of success with 3 NCAA National Championships, 27 NCAA tournaments wins and 12 conference championships. The men’s and women’s alpine ski teams compete in the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA)[30] and the men’s lacrosse team competes in the Pilgrim League. Babson College’s men’s hockey team competes in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) and has won (1) NCAA D3 National title, (1) ECAC D2 title, six ECAC East Championships, appearing in the championship game in 9 of the last 12 seasons as of 2015.[31] Babson College’s golf team competes in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) and won the title in 2011 giving them an automatic bid to the NCAAs. They were led by senior captain Joe Young who won NECC golfer of the year in 2011.[32] Babson United Rugby Club won Northeast region of NSCRO 7’s in 2016. In 2017, the school will begin construction of the Babson Recreation and Athletics Center, a major new facility that will support varsity, intramural and recreational sports and many other activities by the fall of 2019. In March 2017, Babson’s basketball team won the Division III National Championship.[33]