Today's business world is increasingly global and digital, which means financial strategy must be viewed through both lenses. Corporations need leaders who can make financial decisions based on a comprehensive understanding of global markets—and who understand the impact of technological innovation on financial outcomes.
The Corporate Finance concentration from D'Amore-McKim equips you with the skills to create financial strategies that succeed in a fast-moving business environment, positioning you for advancement in the finance world. Your core coursework dives into the essentials of financial management, teaching you to identify and analyze opportunities and build appropriate strategies that create value consistent with an organization's goals. You'll also learn to budget, forecast, and analyze financial outcomes by company, division, product, and business unit.
You'll then build on your expertise even further by choosing electives relevant to your interests, such as mergers and acquisitions, business turnarounds, or real estate investing, building a deep body of knowledge to draw from in decision-making. You can also gain real-world financial experience by joining the 360 Huntington Fund, a fund in Northeastern's endowment, where students research and present stock choices to a panel of your peers.