Stack your credits toward an MBA

If you think an MBA might be in your future, good news: your Master’s in Innovation degree can get you halfway there.

Once your degree is complete and you’ve maintained at least a 3.0 GPA, you may be able to apply your 30 credits toward an eligible MBA program at Northeastern. (Note that your existing master’s degree is not a guarantee of acceptance to an MBA program.) Once accepted, you’ll be eligible for the Double Husky scholarship, which reduces your tuition by 25 percent.

Eligible MBA Programs

Earn an MBA degree that prepares you to meet the challenges of a tech-driven, high-speed business world—on a part-time schedule that works with your life. Choose from 10 in-demand concentrations.

Earn an MBA degree that prepares you to meet the challenges of a tech-driven, high-speed business world—in an all-virtual, customizable format. Choose from eight in-demand concentrations.

There has been enormous value in having my Masters of Science in Innovation degree credits count towards an MBA. From my MS in Innovation degree I was able to apply 30 of the necessary 60 credits towards my MBA, which has given me the necessary momentum to finish my MBA in just a couple of years and have two impactful, advanced degrees on my resume.

David Govoni, MS in Innovation ’17, MBA’20