Why Choose Simmons

Simmons School of Business delivers a rigorous and transformational education — providing the skills, knowledge, perspective, and confidence you need to become an effective and principled leader.

A Student-Centered Education

We also know you have busy lives, which is why we've developed full-time, part-time, and flexible options. Every program option at Simmons is taught by our nationally distinguished faculty who integrate practical and academic experience for teaching excellence. They will provide you with the knowledge, judgment, and confidence to chart your path to leadership and to attain your career aspirations.

We invite you to join our vibrant community.

Rankings and Honors

  • "Greatest Opportunity for Women" and a Best Business School for six years running - Princeton Review
  • "Best Undergraduate Business Programs"- U.S. News & World Report
  • #5 Green MBA - Princeton Review
  • Tier One MBA Ranking - CEO Magazine
  • #4 Small School and in the Top 20 Globally for Integrating CSR into the MBA Curriculum-The Aspen Institute
  • Top 100 Most Social Media Friendly MBA Schools -
  • Top 25 Graduate Entrepreneurship Programs - Entrepreneurship Magazine/Princeton Review
  • Designated Gold Level Net Impact Chapter, 2014
  • Designated Premier Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter, 2014

What Our Students Say

Our students testify that a Simmons education is transformational. They credit Simmons with helping them develop the skills, confidence, and connections to advance their careers. We take great pride in their success.

"There is such a unique atmosphere at Simmons, and I admire their dedication to helping women in particular to further their careers. Earning an MBA is definitely hard, but everyone at Simmons is completely dedicated to your success and the camaraderie that we feel along the way makes it worth it to me. I don’t think I would get that anywhere else."

—Lisa Hooper,'18 MBA

"It is a full blown immersive health care curriculum that takes the student on an exploration of the facets of the health care industry. About 70% of the curriculum is designed to make sure that the student leaves with a deep understanding of one of the most complicated industries to date, and I felt that was invaluable to me as a prospective student."

—Chris Holland,'18 HCMBA