“The MS in Accounting/MBA program provides numerous opportunities for exposure to top accounting firms that can lead to potential employment opportunities following graduation,” says Nayyar.

“The abbreviated length of the program accelerated my career,” says Moran, “I was offered an internship position in the spring semester and have now accepted a full time position.”

“I was able to leverage the analytical skills I learned through my education in accounting to pursue a new career in talent acquisition,” says Fingar.

“At D’Amore-McKim, I have been able to build many practical skills through my various coursework.” says, Tieu

Banco Bradesco of Brazil was looking for innovative ways to attract Millennials. Matheus Dos Santos, DMSB’19, was looking for internship experience in the finance industry. Now, Dos Santos interns for Bradesco, having pitched and accepted a position on their team.

“The abbreviated 7-month length of the program benefitted my career progression by allowing me to expedite the process of becoming an eligible candidate to earn my CPA license and advance my qualifications within my workplace,” says Meehan.

“The fast-paced approach, course difficulty level, and high academic standards of this program brought on some of the most rigorous and challenging academic experiences I have faced,” says DeVito.

Keith Corso, DMSB’21, and Evan Eddleston, DMSB’22, created BusRight, a new app that keeps track of school bus passengers, pinpoints locations of buses in transit, and calculates optimal routes. As a recent winner at the national undergraduate business pitch competition, E-Fest, the two believe they can revolutionize the school bus industry.

“The accounting internship enabled me to build the self-confidence necessary to excel at work and also gave me the opportunity to develop strong relationships within the company that will help me begin my full-time career on the right foot,” says Sponsel.

“Going back to school part-time is definitely a commitment but the learning environment here is excellent and both classmates and professors are fully engaged in making the experience satisfying for all,” says Vingadassalom.