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  • MS in Accounting/MBA

    With an MSA/MBA from Northeastern, you can earn two degrees - an MS in Accounting and an MBA - in just 15 months. This full-time program is designed for liberal arts and non-accounting majors. During the program, you can complete a three-month paid residency at a regional, national, or Big Four accounting firm. Historically, 99% of our MSA/MBA students have been offered full-time employment from the firms where they completed their residencies, and 100% of our students have been offered full-time positions at leading accounting firms upon graduation. To learn more, visit our MS in Accounting/MBA site .

    MS in Finance/MBA

    Designed for MBA students planning on careers in finance, this joint degree program enables you to market yourself more effectively within a very competitive market place. You’ll benefit from all the required courses in the MBA and MS in Finance programs and concentrate your electives in the finance area. This program is also available on a part-time basis. To learn more, visit our MS in Finance/MBA site .

    MS/MBA in Nursing

    By linking graduate-level management education with specific clinical and organizational issues relevant to nurse managers, the MS/MBA in Nursing Program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to understand, shape, and respond to the dynamic forces at play in today’s health-care environment. Northeastern University’'s School of Nursing and Graduate School of Business Administration offer this program to prepare health-care professionals to meet the changing leadership needs of the health-care community. To learn more, visit the MS/MBA in Nursing site .

    JD/MBA

    The JD/MBA is a powerful combination that equips candidates to operate with equal facility in the increasingly interdependent legal and business spheres. Northeastern University offers an accelerated 45-month program in which student concurrently earn an MBA through the Graduate School of Business Administration and a JD through the School of Law. To learn more, visit the JD/MBA site .