A streamlined MBA that emphasizes interdisciplinary studies.
MBA x Design and Communication is embedded within D’Amore-McKim’s reimagined Full-Time MBA. Streamlined to allow greater flexibility and more curriculum choices, Northeastern’s flagship MBA program now features a reduced core class structure that puts interdisciplinary learning front and center. It is this change that makes the meaningful study of computer science in an MBA program possible.
With experience-powered learning at the core, our MBA connects you to the pulse of today’s business world. Your 55-credit program begins with one semester of MBA foundation courses and a career management course; and in your second term, your concentration and elective courses begin, which includes opportunities for experiential learning. Your second and final year includes a paid corporate residency that lasts for 3-months, 6-months or up to 12-months, in addition to earning your remaining credits towards your degree.
MBA x Design and Communication is truly interdisciplinary, combining a robust business education with an industry concentration and a firm grounding in design thinking. The two concentrations you select will be taught by experts in each field.
Full-Time MBA Essentials
Along with MBA skills and career management coursework, you’ll study business essentials from financial and strategic management to social impact and innovation.
Select one concentration in computer science and another in one of nine business disciplines, such as finance, entrepreneurship or supply chain management.
Our corporate residency is a richer, deeper experience than the traditional MBA internship. Choose a challenging full-time, salaried assignment lasting three, six or 12 months.
Your classmates are the foundation of your network. They will share your experience and understand your ambitions.
Read the 2019 D’Amore-McKim School of Business Full-time MBA employment report
World-class academics. Meaningful business experience. Accelerate your career with the MBA that gives you both.