As your first year draws to a close, you’ll take an important professional step and declare a concentration in at least one of our principal fields of business. A concentration in family business will prepare you for a career in working within a family business or in consulting for family businesses.
You’ll learn the business issues of family firms (a commercial organization owned or controlled by members of a single family or extended family, including relatives related by blood, marriage, or adoption). The concentration blends theoretical frameworks with practical perspectives to develop your understanding of how family business operate and what the experiences are like working in or consulting for a family/owner-controlled business.
Find the full set of family business concentration requirements in Northeastern’s Course Catalog. Concentrations complement the business degree programs offered, the BS in Business Administration and the BS in International Business.
Programs Offering This Concentration
D’Amore-McKim’s flagship undergraduate program, the BS in Business Administration can be completed in either four or five years depending on which co-op plan you choose.
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