“The 6-month program is a perfect fit for me because I am able to complete it right after finishing my undergraduate degree in accounting and just in time for busy season,” says Reyes.
“The experience with the 360 Huntington Fund taught me a lot about equity analysis and portfolio management, skills that I use in my current role with PwC.” says, Brahimi
“The people that surround me every day are just as eager to learn and develop their careers as I am,” says Dekel, “being around people who are of the same mentality pushes me to really challenge myself.”
“From this program, I have gained the skills necessary to excel in my lifelong career aspirations,” says Charest, “I feel well prepared for the CPA exam and to begin my career in public accounting.”
A controller at the Raptor Group, Quirk says, “The MSA prepares you with expertise in accounting, and the MBA gives you a strong business background.”
Oyihoma Saleh and his co-founders of Kosavadeals.com, a Nigerian coupon website, recently beat out other finalists from the largest pool of applicants in Wharton Africa Business Forum (WABF) venture competition history.
D’Amore-McKim School of Business Dean Hugh Courtney was recently elected president of the International Partnership of Business Schools, a consortium of leading business institutions uniting to elevate global business education.
“By working closely with the students, the professors ensure each student has gained knowledge, skills, and values to carry into the future,” says Katsoulis.
The breadth and depth of Northeastern’s entrepreneurial ecosystem were on display Thursday night at NEXPO, the showcase run by IDEA, the university’s student-run venture accelerator.
Caroline-Christine Wilhelm, DMSB’10, the drab exercise clothes filling European workout studios spelled “opportunity.”