“Having background in [data analytics] will able me to make essential business decisions later on in my career…and I think that side of accounting will become more and more important as time goes on.”
“I started this program without prior technical experience, and I have learned a great deal in my time here. I’m confident it has prepared me to use data analytics to make informed business decisions.”
“In just a year, you learn skills that’ll prepare you for the career you want when you graduate. This program has helped harness my potential and it has prepared me for a future in business.”
If COVID-19 continues to surge in India, businesses and economies globally could see ripple effects soon.
At graduation ceremonies featuring many voices, students of Northeastern’s Class of 2021 talk about what makes them proudest
Graduates like Neha Jain, DMSB’21, share their accomplishments for 2021 Commencement.
Neha Jain, who earned her degree in business administration in December 2020, told a story of resilience and growth that resonated with her fellow graduates at Northeastern’s 2021 undergraduate Commencement ceremony at Fenway Park in Boston.
Speakers including Neha Jain, DMSB’21, delivered inspiring stories of transformation at the undergraduate 2021 Commencement ceremonies.
From students to industry mentors, D’Amore-McKim alumni supported the community immensely over the past year.
The rise in unnecessary MRI referrals is driven by the increase of hospital-employed physicians, says Northeastern professor.
The John D. O’Bryant African American Institute celebrated graduates like Erica Belvit, DMSB’21, at its annual Baccalaureate ceremonies.