No matter where you're going, we'll help you get there.
Job placement rate over the last five years
Today's accounting firms are looking for leaders with technical skills in data science, artificial intelligence, and information technology—skills you'll develop as you earn your MS in Accounting/MBA.
These skills can give you a concrete advantage over other job applicants and position you to begin your journey toward one of these exciting roles:
- Tax Principal
- Business Development Manager
- Professor of Accounting
- Financial Consultant
- VP, Operations & Finance
- New Ventures Director
As you progress through the MS in Accounting/MBA program, you'll have access to a range of tools and opportunities that can help you launch your job search. Our Career Services staff is 100% focused on your success and committed to providing you with valuable resources. (That's probably why we have a 100% job placement rate. It's something we're really proud of.)
What does support from Career Services look like?
- An interview with one of our partner firms as you're applying for the program
- Coordination of interviews and placement for your corporate residency
- Guidance and coaching from a career advisor
- Alumni panels to share insights on topics important to your future
- A professionalism workshop on best practices for building a personal brand
- Resume review, mock interviews, and networking events with partner firms
Position yourself for career success
Connect with our alums.
There's real power in a personal network. The Graduate School of Professional Accounting, established more than 50 years ago, has a passionate and loyal alumni base you'll be able to connect with while you're earning your degree and long afterward. Our 3,000 graduates—partners, directors, managers, and associates—are links in a supportive chain stretching from Boston to Beijing and beyond. In fact, many alumni of the program often reach out in order to hire recent graduates.
You'll also gain access to our network of 56,000+ loyal D'Amore-McKim graduates and 300,000+ Northeastern graduates spanning 179 countries, which regularly connects via events, programs, services, chapters, groups, volunteering, and more.
The network that you join upon starting this program is such a valuable asset. Starting with the initial networking brunch, the number of people you'll meet with ties to the program and university is endless. All those who have come before you want to see you succeed and will be great resources for you during and after the program.DOMINIC VIADERO MSA/MBA'12