“MSIB is an interesting program where you are able to interact with students from different nationalities, preparing you for your future career in this global world.” says, Beukenboom
Neel Desai, recently named CEO of IDEA, is one of 26 students studying business and entrepreneurship this summer in India as part of Northeastern’s “Dialogue of Civilizations” series.
‘Northeastern is increasingly investing in entrepreneurship and innovation as a way for its students to succeed in the business place by creating disruptive and innovative ideas and business models,” says Gastaldi.
“The whole experience is very rewarding and the program has a great track record of setting its graduates up for success,” says Hammerly. “You can’t beat the industry connections and the internship placement process!”
“The professors who teach in the program have a lot of experience in the business and technology worlds, allowing them to bring their real-world knowledge into the classroom,” says Arsani.
“The real power of the residency is developing an ‘I’m ready to do it’ attitude. I never said, ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I’ve never done it.’ It was always, ‘I will try,’ and not rejecting something just because it’s new.”
“The way the MSA/MBA program is structured allows someone without any accounting experience to gain the skills needed to launch a career in professional accounting,” says Sundquist. “However, it goes beyond that and combines it with additional business courses to ensure each student gets a well-rounded education.”
“D’Amore-McKim is the right decision for someone looking to invest in their future and take on a truly wonderful graduate school experience!” says Roldan.
“[The MS in Accounting program] is an easy way to get all the credits needed for the CPA exam with a built-in support system for advice and guidance,” says Weiss.
“The Graduate Certificate in Business Administration helped me decide which industry to pursue, what skills to develop and how to achieve key outcomes to propel my career and life” says, Bronzov