This combined major focuses on business, psychology, and the interface between the two disciplines. The scope and sequence of psychology courses provide students with a foundation in the interdisciplinary science of psychology, including statistics and research, social psychology, developmental psychology, cognition, and personality.

Business courses provide a foundation in accounting, innovation, marketing, management, and organizational behavior, with the opportunity to concentrate in a specific area of business. Students completing this program should be able to understand the relationships between these fields that pertain to explaining and addressing human behavior and business practices.

A combined major combines two majors in a way that allows a student to fulfill all requirements within the standard 128 credits. For details, see the program requirements.

This degree can be accomplished using either the four- or five-year co-op plan. There are also several business concentrations (listed below) and business minors to help you customize your unique Northeastern educational experience.

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Accounting is a dynamic profession that requires people to possess sound technical knowledge, critical thinking skills, superior interpersonal skills, and the ability to communicate effectively.