“I could see myself at the helm of a real estate investment firm someday, and I definitely feel I have the tools to get there thanks to the MS in Accounting.”
“By earning my MS in Accounting at Northeastern, I’ve built a skill set that’s very flexible and adaptable in a changing environment, so I’ll be able to choose my own path.”
“The only two people hired at EY in the Boston office in January were me and one of my MS in Accounting classmates. I think that’s a real testament to the program.”
“Today, I am proud to say that I was able to graduate from undergrad in four and a half years with over one year of full-time work experience at a Big Four accounting firm, and half of my master’s degree already complete,” says Secchia.
“D’Amore-McKim sets up their programs to encourage students to go beyond the ordinary,” says Salami.
In Internal Audit, presenting to a real client about a project you helped initiate into their company is the most “real life” experience you’ll get in a classroom,” says Cassara.
“When I enrolled in the program, I knew I was going to receive a quality education that would prepare me to pass the CPA exam and build a long, successful career,” says Peck.
“The abbreviated length of the program accelerated my career,” says Moran, “I was offered an internship position in the spring semester and have now accepted a full time position.”
“I was able to leverage the analytical skills I learned through my education in accounting to pursue a new career in talent acquisition,” says Fingar.
“The abbreviated 7-month length of the program benefitted my career progression by allowing me to expedite the process of becoming an eligible candidate to earn my CPA license and advance my qualifications within my workplace,” says Meehan.