Be transformed by our distinctive educational model, a fusion of rigorous academics and experiential learning. Become global with life-changing study abroad opportunities. Become more professional on co-op and in the classroom. Become innovative and study business where the entrepreneurial ecosystem is thriving.
I chose Northeastern for its co-op program and it was the best decision I could have made for my college career. D’Amore-McKim has offered me so many incredible career growth opportunities and resources, my experience and self-confidence in my career choice wouldn’t be where I am today without it.Mikaela Amundson BSBA’20
Among our undergraduate degree recipients, 99% received job offers within 9 months of graduation, 60% from co-op employers.
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Degree Options at D’Amore-McKim
Ranked #1 in satisfaction with first job (by poets&quants), the D’Amore-McKim School of Business is an exceptional place to earn your undergraduate degree. We offer both four and five-year plans leading to the BS in Business Administration. Or study and work overseas—in the language of the host country—while earning the BS in International Business. There are also combined majors, business minors, and PlusOne accelerated master’s to consider. Whichever route you choose, you’ll be sure to benefit from Northeastern’s distinctive cooperative education model.
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.
Acquire the skills and knowledge needed to work across national cultures and differing business practices by immersing yourself in transformative global experiences.
Choose a Concentration
Developing Expertise. As your first year draws to a close, you’ll take an important professional step and declare a concentration in one of seven principal fields of business. Each concentration requires you to complete higher-level courses that will deepen your specialized knowledge of business. Concentrations serve as springboards into promising careers, and choosing a second one is optional.
Accounting is a dynamic profession that requires people to possess sound technical knowledge, critical thinking skills, superior interpersonal skills, and the ability to communicate effectively.
In order to excel in the workplace or in a new venture, you will need to lead with innovation.
Learn the ins-and-outs of startups to prepare to fully immerse yourself in a new business venture
Develop insight and understand the distinct challenges, opportunities, and practices of family businesses
A fast-changing business world is putting finance front and center, with financial knowledge seen as essential to effective management.
A seamless blend of skills in technology with finance help prepare you for the future
Available to BS in International Affairs and International Business majors.
Rigorous, analytical thinking with a global outlook.
Working in healthcare requires knowledge and skills in several cutting-edge areas such as service delivery innovation, process and quality improvement, talent management, analytics, and supply chain management.
Available as a second concentration only.
Possessing a knowledge of how people, firms, and institutions interact across borders provides International Business concentrators with a competitive edge.
Effective managers must know the business, be interpersonally competent, behave ethically, and diagnose human and organizational dynamics.
Develop the cutting-edge technical and problem-solving skills that are in high demand by employers.
Product design, research, pricing, packaging, transportation, advertising, selling, and servicing: marketing impacts every one of these essential aspects of business.
Learn the cutting-edge skills necessary to harness, process, and analyze data to address modern marketing challenges.
Create and manage businesses with a focus on the betterment of society
All companies that produce, sell, or distribute products have a supply chain management function that must be effectively managed to be competitive.
Two Colleges, Two Majors. Combined majors are a unique chance to study in two complementary disciplines, one at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business and one at another school at Northeastern.
Be prepared for success in fields like public relations, marketing communications, and digital media.
Hone your interactive design skills while developing business and marketing mastery in the business school.
Get your business degree while diving deep into macroeconomic theory, applied econometrics, and more.
Get the unique opportunity to better understand the business side of the health care industry in Massachusetts, which is home to some of the best hospitals and medical research companies in the U.S.
Dive deeply into calculus, probability, statistics and more by combining mathematics with your business studies.
Get your business degree while immersing yourself in comparative politics, international relations, and more.
Get your business degree while obtaining a foundation in the interdisciplinary science of psychology, including statistics and research, social psychology, developmental psychology, cognition, and personality.
From database design to distributed networks, learn computer science in conjuction with your business studies.
Students can complete business major requirements while also focusing on the conceptual and practical computer science skills that will enable them to contribute to ensuring the reliability and security of cyberspace.
Study the collection, manipulation, storage, retrieval, and computational analysis of data in its various forms to aid your success in business.
Get a multi-faceted view of how business and state-society interact on the international stage
Declare a Minor. With options open to both non-business and all majors, there are many options of minors available to undergraduates interested in business.
Minors for Non-Business Majors
Northeastern students outside of D’Amore-McKim can get a broad overview of the business world, including an introduction to the key functional areas of business administration.
Northeastern students outside of D’Amore-McKim can prepare to develop new ventures or innovate processes within existing organizations with the Corporate Innovation Minor.
Northeastern students outside of D’Amore-McKim will be guided through the startup process through this interdisciplinary minor.
Northeastern students outside of D’Amore-McKim can develop a strong understanding of the distinct challenges, opportunities, and practices of family businesses.
Northeastern students outside of D’Amore-McKim can gain a deeper understanding of brands, current markets trends, and consumers.
Northeastern students outside of D’Amore-McKim can learn the cutting-edge skills necessary to harness, process, and analyze data to address modern marketing challenges.
Minors for All Majors
Develop business data capability that can be applied to all business and decisions contexts.
A minor designed to provide students with a solid foundation in the skills and concepts needed to succeed in a consulting-oriented environment.
The minor in emerging markets introduces students to the challenges and opportunities that face companies in countries that are rapidly developing into more developed world economies.
Deepen the knowledge and skills you’ll need to attract, retain, develop, lead and manage employees.
Create and manage businesses with a focus on the betterment of society with the Undergraduate Minor in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Develop a deeper understanding of sustainability issues and the business tools needed to address complex environmental issues.
Minor for Business Majors
D’Amore-McKim business majors assume the role of a leader and focus the direction of an organization with strategy in mind.
Jump-Start Your Graduate Education. PlusOne accelerated master’s allows you to earn a master’s degree in as little as 5 years.
Prepare for an accounting career by starting your master’s degree while still an undergraduate—and earn the credit hours you need to sit for the CPA exam.
Prepare for a career in the fast-paced world of finance by starting your master’s degree while still an undergraduate.
Prepare for a career in the global marketplace by starting your master’s degree while still an undergraduate.