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Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business was recently awarded reaccreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), reaffirming its place among elite business schools worldwide. The prestigious recognition highlights the school's commitment to excellence and leadership in business education, innovative research, and global impact.

The AACSB, established in 1916, is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards in business education. Achieving AACSB accreditation is a hallmark of excellence, with about six percent of the world's business schools earning the distinction. The rigorous accreditation process evaluates a school's mission, faculty qualifications, academic programs, and efforts to continually improve and innovate. D'Amore-McKim's accreditation has now been extended for six years.

“This outcome shows that the work we do daily at D'Amore-McKim is recognized as high-quality and inspirational for all our stakeholders,” says Dunton Family Dean David De Cremer. “AACSB is especially pleased with the direction that our school has chosen to walk, by embracing a strong, interdisciplinary learning orientation and adopting a focus on social responsibility, global perspectives, entrepreneurship, and tech, as included in our new mission and vision to learn across borders to lead with impact,” he says.

As D'Amore-McKim celebrates this significant milestone, the school looks to the future with a renewed focus on impact and innovation through continuous progress and adaptation to the evolving business landscape.