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“One of the primary skills I have learned while at D'Amore-McKim is the ability to apply lessons from other industries into my day to day business.” – Ian Walch, MBA'17

“With an engineering undergraduate degree, the MBA program has shown me new ways to look at difficult problems and provided me the opportunity to be looked at as a leader to guide other engineers and coworkers to accomplish these problems,” says David Sachenik, MBA'18.

“The professors are engaging and bring unique perspectives to the classroom,” says Charles, “learning from the expertise of professors and the relevant course content has been most valuable.” – Dana Charles, MBA'19

“I've had a few different jobs since starting the MBA program. Each role has given me more responsibility and is directly related to how far into the program I've gone,” says Peter Sanichara, MBA'17.

The D'Amore-McKim School of Business was recently featured in Poets&Quants highlighting its Master of Science in Innovation (MSI), a one-year program created in response to shifting business education requirements and the need for real innovation in the workplace.

Associate Professor Edward Wertheim examines the unique and sometimes extreme negotiating style of President Donald Trump.

Neel Desai, SSH'17, is the first CEO of IDEA, the University's student-run venture accelerator, to come from outside the D'Amore-McKim School of Business. Desai, who is graduating in May, reflects on his time as CEO of IDEA and the opportunities it has created for both himself, and his fellow classmates.

“The University offers great resources to help students achieve their career goals, like the professionals at the career development center who help with resumé building and the job search” says Lima.

The D'Amore-McKim School of Business' innovative unbundling efforts are featured in BizEd magazine's recent issue that examines the demands for flexible, specialized life-long learning opportunities in graduate business education. Dean Hugh Courtney is quoted on the importance of providing knowledge that students need, when they need it.