“When I realized I could pursue my MBA while working and that there would be opportunities for me to bring my passion for social justice into the classroom, I took the leap.” says Rachel Moo, Part-Time MBA'23
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“I have to give Northeastern credit for allowing me to balance all sides of myself… When I go to class, I apply everything I'm doing professionally and personally…I'm always leaning into my personal growth.” says Nico Nava, Part-Time MBA'21
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“This program offers a wide variety of concentrations that I did not find with other MBA programs. That flexibility made it possible for me to have concentrations in both healthcare management and entrepreneurship; a crucial component of pursuing my career goals.”
“You're making an investment in yourself, and you'll see the results of that investment probably even sooner than you think.”
“The faculty have a passion for what they teach, and they make learning enjoyable.. I had a very positive experience at Northeastern, and it prepared me well for the future I want to pursue.”
“I chose Northeastern because I wanted a program that would break me out of my shell…As a result, I've become much more confident, and I'm proud of that. “
“Academics have always worked best for me when I can apply what I learn immediately. The day after a class, I can almost always apply what I've learned to something I'm doing at work.”
Wanting to strengthen her global business acumen, Tatiana Lialina looked to Northeastern to learn how to expand her family's business beyond its Russian roots. D'Amore-McKim stood out, she says, because of its reputation and flexible programs.
“My biggest takeaway is how much I learned from these five courses that I can apply to work situations. I'm able to take this knowledge and use it to better my current workspace by recommending new policies and procedures to aid in both functionality and workplace morale.”