The computer science and business administration combined major delivers a technical degree with a strong grounding in business. Students will complete most of the requirements of a business major, including macroeconomics and microeconomics, while also focusing on technical skills like program design, software development, computer organization, systems and networks, theories of computation, principles of languages, and advanced algorithms and data.

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.