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As a Health Care Management concentrator, Tharp says, “Case and team focused learning allows you to connect real world scenarios and gain different perspectives from working with your learning team.”

An MBA alumnus with a finance focus, Shah says, “The courses at D'Amore-McKim are holistic with a good balance between class and practical experience.”

Quill, who was focused on Entrepreneurship during her time in the Full-Time MBA program, says, “If you are looking for a program that challenges you to think far beyond the context of a textbook while empowering you with the resources, know-how, and experience to succeed beyond the walls of a classroom, then D'Amore-McKim is where you should be.”

“Northeastern and the Part-Time MBA Path are helping to make my goals come to life!” says Sherr.

“Through the training and practices in MBA courses,” says Feng, “I was able to apply my past experiences and skills to my new field and role. These skills have strengthened, and served me well as I find my way toward my career goal.”

“It's incredible how much I see rolling over from school into work and vice versa,” says Macoul.

“After the MBA at Northeastern, you will be ready to understand business challenges in a global way and tackle them from a holistic perspective,” says Aranzazu,”the MBA will give me the tools I need in order to achieve my long-term goals.”

“I chose D'Amore-McKim because of its corporate residency program that gave me real-world experience for sufficient time for me to understand roles and responsibilities,” Gaines says.

Three D'Amore-McKim School of Business students, Avadhoot Belose, MBA'17, Jithin Jacob, MS'17, and Karan Mohan, MS'17, recently placed first in the inaugural Northeast Supply Chain Online Competition, applying their classroom knowledge to a real-world supply chain simulation.

“I am someone who learns best by a hands-on model so the decision to enroll in a program that not only educates me but gives me an opportunity to apply what I've learned in the corporate residency made the decision a no-brainer,” says Hoffman.