Master of Science
Master of Science programs offer students the opportunity for in-depth study in a particular functional business area. Depending on a student’s prior academic background, certain prerequisite courses of study may apply.
Designed for undergraduate accounting majors, the Master of Science in Accounting seeks to give you the advanced accounting knowledge and skills you need to sit for the CPA exam. No prior work experience is required.
With an MS in Taxation, you have an opportunity to learn to analyze the Internal Revenue Code, expand your professional network, and advance your career in taxation. Courses begin three times per year: in fall, spring, and summer.
Northeastern’s MS in Finance program emphasizes the skills that are essential for a successful career in finance. You can pursue study in either corporate finance or investments.
Northeastern’s MS in International Business (MSIB) is designed for globally focused individuals who want to begin careers in international business.
The Master of Science in Innovation is a one-year cohort program for working professionals who want to dive into innovation as it applies to products, services, operations, and processes. The program begins in September.
The Master of Science in Technological Entrepreneurship is an intensive one-year (September to June) ten-course sequence that seeks to teach you the skills you need to know to effectively integrate technology and business.