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“One of the primary skills I have learned while at D'Amore-McKim is the ability to apply lessons from other industries into my day to day business.” – Ian Walch, MBA'17

“With an engineering undergraduate degree, the MBA program has shown me new ways to look at difficult problems and provided me the opportunity to be looked at as a leader to guide other engineers and coworkers to accomplish these problems,” says David Sachenik, MBA'18.

“The professors are engaging and bring unique perspectives to the classroom,” says Charles, “learning from the expertise of professors and the relevant course content has been most valuable.” – Dana Charles, MBA'19

“I've had a few different jobs since starting the MBA program. Each role has given me more responsibility and is directly related to how far into the program I've gone,” says Peter Sanichara, MBA'17.

“I took a social entrepreneurship course, and I can tell you with 100% certainty that was a life-changing class for me. It truly shaped the way that I view the world, guiding how I look at businesses and understanding where opportunities are in underserved markets,” says Marty Chang, MBA'16.

“They don't want to just teach you theory or concepts. They want you to have something to take with you and start using immediately,” says Meaghan Campbell, MBA'15.

“The D'Amore-McKim Part-Time MBA program really gave me a lot of different perspectives to bring to the workplace,” says Michelle Littke, MBA'16.

“I would recommend the D'Amore-McKim School of Business. It gives you insight. It's like a cradle of innovation for new ways of thinking,” says Eric Moses, MBA'15.

“I started the program about five years ago and have since been promoted three times. The D'Amore-McKim MBA program has definitely put me on the fast track.” – Tim Lopes, MBA'15