This combined major provides students with a robust overview of business along with communication studies. It can help prepare students for career opportunities in growing industry markets such as public relations, marketing communications, and digital media.
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.
Choose Among 10 Additional Business Concentrations:
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.
Develop the skills needed to work effectively within a small business or how to start, aquire, or manage a business of your own.
A fast-changing business world is putting finance front and center, with financial knowledge seen as essential to effective management.
Working in healthcare requires knowledge and skills in several cutting-edge areas such as service delivery innovation, process and quality improvement, talent management, analytics, and supply chain management.
Possessing a knowledge of how people, firms, and institutions interact across borders provides International Business concentrators with a competitive edge.
Effective managers must know the business, be interpersonally competent, behave ethically, and diagnose human and organizational dynamics.
Develop the cutting-edge technical and problem-solving skills that are in high demand by employers.
Product design, research, pricing, packaging, transportation, advertising, selling, and servicing: marketing impacts every one of these essential aspects of business.
Learn the cutting-edge skills necessary to harness, process, and analyze data to address modern marketing challenges.
All companies that produce, sell, or distribute products have a supply chain management function that must be effectively managed to be competitive.