Key Statistics & Rankings
Northeastern University ranks among the Top 50 research universities in the country, and the D'Amore-McKim School of Business played a big part in this achievement. D'Amore-McKim has redefined business education, boasting exceptional undergraduate and graduate programs focused on the future of work. Distinguished faculty, pioneers in their industries, cultivate our entrepreneurial ecosystem by educating and mentoring our diverse, energetic student body. D'Amore-McKim is meant for those who truly want to become more.
- The D'Amore-McKim School of Business is accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). For a listing of all of our programs accredited by AACSB, visit the course catalog.
- Northeastern University is accredited by NECHE (The New England Commission of Higher Education, Inc.).
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We have 6,197 total students, including 4,779 undergraduate students and 1,418 graduate students, as of Fall 2022.
Currently ranked 44th, Northeastern has been among the Top 50 national universities for eight consecutive years, U.S. News and World Report.
Our entrepreneurs have raised more than $396 million for 97 ventures launched under IDEA, Northeastern's student-run venture accelerator.
31% of our undergraduate students hail from more than 100 countries outside of the U.S.
We have 205 faculty, almost half of whom are tenured or tenure-track.
Our living alumni number more than 56,000, including graduates from both graduate and undergraduate programs. They live in 145 countries around the globe.
Undergraduate Business School Key Statistics
Our Fall 2021 first-year retention rate was 97%.
We work with more than 600+ co-op employers in nearly 60 countries and more than 110 cities around the world.
Nearly 92% of our undergraduates completed degree requirements in 6 years or less, taking full advantage of Co-op.
Upon graduation, 97% of students who reported data were either working full time or enrolled in a graduate degree program within nine months of completing their studies.
56% of undergraduate students took part in a global experience during their degree.
94% of undergraduate students completed at least one co-op placement. 50% completed 2 and 16% completed 3.
Undergraduate Employment Report
Graduate Business School Key Statistics
94% of students in the Full-Time MBA completed at least one corporate residency placement at a leading company or startup.
100% of students in the MS in Accounting/MBA completed a corporate residency placement at one of the Big Four or Global Five accounting firms.
Full-Time MBA graduates earned an average starting salary of $88,915.
Nearly all (91%) of our 2021 Full-Time MBA cohort started jobs within 4 months of graduation.
24 market-aligned concentrations are available for Full-Time MBA
11 First-of-its-kind interdisciplinary MBA x concentrations that allow you to learn and build a professional network in a non-business field for Full-Time MBA.
100% of our MS in Accounting/MBA students over the last five years have received full-time job offers within 3 months of graduation.
Nearly all (95%) of our MS in Accounting students eligible to work in the U.S. over the last five years received full-time job offers within 3 months of graduation.
Full-time MBA Employment Report
Read the 2021 D'Amore-McKim School of Business Full-time MBA employment report
Full-Time Corporate Residency
Corporate residents make a true impact at leading companies across the business world. See how.
MS in Accounting/MBA Corporate Residency
Corporate residents work for a Big 4 or leading accounting firm for three months during the busy season. Learn more.