Meaningful Experiential Learning

The integration of academic thinking with authentic, experiential learning is fast becoming the proven method for developing the skills needed to meet today’s business-world demands. No one has greater experience evolving and applying this approach than the D’Amore-McKim School of Business. It’s an approach that empowers our students through expert guest lecturers, learning from classmates with diverse professional experiences, venture accelerator exposure through IDEA, and more. This is the model that will help you become more.

Starting your own business venture? Work with mentors and access financial, marketing, and communications support. IDEA can help you bring your idea to life. Or, share your expertise by serving as a mentor and earn one credit.

The 360 Huntington Fund launched in 2008 and is now a nearly $1 million student managed mutual fund that represents experiential learning in its purest form.


Featured MS in Innovation Instructors

Tucker Marion

Associate Professor of Technological Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group Chair, Academic Programs

Marc H. Meyer

Robert Shillman Professor of Entrepreneurship; Matthews Distinguished Professor; Co-Director of Northeastern University Center for Entrepreneurship Education

Fernando F. Suarez

Jean C. Tempel Professor, Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group Chair, Research and Tenure-Track Faculty

Gregory Collier

Professor of Practice, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

See all faculty who regularly teach in the MS in Innovation program.

Upon completion of the program, you will have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to demonstrate critical thinking in a business environment.

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