The best place to go for help with a course is to your instructor. Every professor in each course is available during weekly office hours. For schedules and locations, please review your course syllabus.Department Locations: Accounting Group: 404 Hayden HallEntrepreneurship and Innovation Group: 209 Hayden HallManagement and Organization Development Group: 112 Hayden HallFinance Group: 413 Hayden HallInformation, Operations and Analysis Group: 314 HaydenInternational Business and Strategy Group: 313 Hayden HallMarketing Group: 202 Hayden Hall
Many undergraduate business classes also offer help through a Teaching Assistant, or TA. TA's offer many weekly office hour time slots, which students may attend to obtain additional help. Other departments on campus also offer assistance for students seeking help: Economics, Mathematics, English, etc. Please find the TA and Peer Tutoring brochure here.
The D'Amore-McKim School of Business is dedicated to helping students become competitive in the workforce. Students may take advantage of both on-campus and virtual training to expand their skills in both Bloomberg and Microsoft Excel.
Northeastern's Career Services offers resources, guidance, and opportunities which helps both current students and alumni choose a major and explore career options, make career decisions, prepare for successful job searches, created meaningful engagement with employers, and contribute to meeting global and societal needs. For more information or to make an appointment with a Career Services advisor, please visit their website here.
The Finance Group provides scholarships to students in their last year of study who are interested in sitting for the the CFA level I exam while completing their undergraduate degree. Interested students should send a cover letter and resume to Elmira Budo at email@example.com. For more information on deadlines and specifics, please contact Professor Emery Trahan at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the CFA Institute's website here.
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