Boston Business School

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Boston Business School as "Boston Clerical" was established in 1914 to provide technical training education to the people of Boston. It was located just outside of Dudley St. in the Roxbury section of Boston and moved to Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA. The school was known by all of the businesses in Boston and around the world because of its high ethics and student achievement. All students had to keep a 90% or above average in order to pass all classes given.

The school merged with Roxbury Community College in 1984.[1] Records are available at Registrar's Office Roxbury Community College 1234 Columbus Avenue Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120[2]


Later, an unrelated Boston Business School was established in Boston, Massachusetts and Zurich [1], Switzerland as a for-profit business school. It offers executive education courses in various cities around the world [2]. In addition to its executive education programs and corporate training, it offers joint certificate programs with Florida Gulf Coast University, and an MBA program with the University of Southern Queensland.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Closed Institution". Mass.edu. Massachusetts Department of Higher Education. Retrieved 2 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Closed Institution". Mass.edu. Massachusetts Department of Higher Education. Retrieved 2 July 2013.