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First-year Ethan Burne is starting his D'Amore-McKim journey in Oakland. He looks forward to the experiential learning opportunities that await him. “I liked the idea of the Northeastern co-op experience. I liked the idea of engaging in the real world,” he says.

“With this degree, I could deepen my accounting knowledge to include U.S. accounting practices and principles while gaining work experience at a leading firm.” says Richard Amankwaa, MS in Accounting/MBA'23

Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor's in Accounting

“This program sets you up to think from different perspectives and approach projects in new ways. It has helped me propel my career, improve strategic agility, and become an effective communicator.” says Rachel Arditi, Part-Time MBA'25

“On my first day, I was blown away by the variety of student backgrounds in my cohort. I benefit by asking my classmates for help and in turn, help them learn in areas where I am more comfortable and confident. Helping each other along the way has been hugely impactful for us all.” says Tarrah Price, MS in Accounting/MBA'23

Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Business and Psychology

Incoming first year Jonathan Bush says the Summer Bridge Program was incredibly reassuring for him as he prepares to start at D'Amore-McKim in the fall. Professor Martin Dias is excited to see students already making connections.

“One amazing aspect of this program is the flexibility and personalization opportunities. I built a schedule that works for me each term and I can both work and take classes. I love that I can select classes I am interested in and make this program my own. I've really been able to personalize my time in the program and pick a concentration that I am passionate about.” says Sandrine Vachon, MS x'23

Each year the D'Amore-McKim School of Business honors a select group of business students who have demonstrated excellence on co-op.

Robert Yang, DMSB'24, and Matias Belete, DMSB'24 start a streetwear brand that embraces cross cultural awareness.

Coleman Stucke, DMSB'23, will graduate this summer with a 3.8 grade-point average in business administration in just three years—while starting at forward for the basketball team. 

Helena D'Alessandro, DMSB'26, co-ops in Greece.