D'Amore-McKim School of Business

Hugh G. Courtney, PhD, Dean

Peggy L. Fletcher, MBA, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs and Associate Dean of Finance and Administration
Kate E. Klepper, MBA, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs
Emery A. Trahan, PhD, Senior Associate Dean and Dean of Faculty
Mario J. Maletta, PhD, Senior Associate Dean of Academic Programs

D’Amore-McKim School of Business
350 Dodge Hall
617.373.8564 (fax)

Graduate School of Professional Accounting
412 Dodge Hall
617.373.8890 (fax)

Online Business Programs
175 Richards Hall
866.890.0347 x3510 (U.S. and Canada)
+1.617.476.3110 x3510 (International)

Graduate Certificate Programs
360 Huntington Ave., Building 236-502

Modern business faces many challenges from unprecedented political change and the effects of foreign policy, high technology, affirmative action regulations, and new economic policies. These challenges have increased the demand for highly trained individuals equipped to analyze and address our economy’s complex social and legal problems.

Programs in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business (DMSB) are designed for students who are preparing to take on managerial responsibility. These programs seek to help students develop the ability to recognize and solve business and organizational problems and understand the role of business in the community, the nation, and the world. The college’s goals are to help students develop ideals that are ethically sound and socially desirable; cultivate an awareness of the social, political, and economic developments to which businesses must adapt; develop sound judgment and effective communication skills; and develop their individual interests and talents.