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“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.

Jocelyn Robinson, MBA'20, is taking over our Instagram account this Monday as she experiences her first semester in the D'Amore-McKim School of Business Full-Time MBA program, giving us an inside look at what it's like to be an MBA student here. Follow along!

“I feel like I know my fellow classmates and I have gotten to know my professors as well, in many ways better than I might have in a classroom-based course,” says Remley, “there is constant interaction that really supports and enhances the learning.”

Michelle picked now to be part of the Online MBA program because… there was never going to be a good time to start, so I really just had to jump in.” says Michelle Zak, MBA'18

“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.” – Zachary Sletterink, Graduate Certificate in Accounting and Financial Decision Making'18, MBA'20

“The analytic, technical skills, and the corporate connections that the school has will give students the experience and maturity to pursue their careers,” says Young.

Produce from a previously empty lot in Everett? It's possible. Vi Le, MS'19, co-founded the urban farming startup Urban Harvest in May which sells produce to three independently owned grocers in the greater Boston area.

The Dialogue of Civilizations: Entrepreneurship and Global Consulting in Israel continues to grow in its second year as more than twenty students recently visited the country, engaging with local startups, working in cross-cultural teams, and learning about the growing innovation ecosystem. Three D'Amore-McKim School of Business students recently shared their experiences and reasons why they would recommend the Dialogue to fellow Huskies.