Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business prepares future-focused business leaders. D’Amore-McKim’s Online MBA program integrates business knowledge with an understanding of larger societal challenges, preparing students for a digital-first economy where they’ll need to find creative solutions to complex business and pressing societal challenges.
Integrate Classroom and Professional Experiences
Learning by doing is a hallmark of a Northeastern MBA. Through immersive experiences, students integrate their classroom learning to help identify and frame business challenges in actual organizations. Students focus on complex industry or company-specific issues where multiple approaches are possible and numerous solutions need evaluation.
Gain Business Expertise
Through a rigorous core business curriculum, students gain perspective on global issues and innovation-based competition organizations face. Students build strong business skills; technology and data skills; and leadership and social skills such as communication, empathy, mindfulness, creativity, resilience, and collaboration.
Learn to Address Significant Societal Challenges
Societal challenges core courses highlight how business concerns and societal challenges of our times are intertwined. Students delve into stakeholder values such as diversity and equity, social justice, sustainability, and other issues impacting our society.
Business Core Requirements
|ACCT 6318||Analyzing Accounting Data for Strategic Decision Making||2|
|EEBA 6401||Experiential Business Decision Making||3|
|ENTR 6318||Innovating and Creating Futures||2|
|FINA 6318||Financial Management||2|
|HRMG 6318||Managing the Organization||2|
|MKTG 6318||Customer Value and the Enterprise||2|
|SCHM 6318||Managing Operations and the Supply Chain||2|
|STRT 6318||Strategic Planning for the Future||2|
Societal Challenges Core
|BUSN 6402||Stakeholder Values and Societal Challenges in Business||2|
|EEBA 6401||Experiential Business Decision Making||2|
|In consultation with advisor, complete 24 graduate-level semester hours for which prerequisites have been met. Choose from the following subject codes:||24|
ACCT, BUSN, ENTR, FINA, HRMG, INTB, MECN, MGMT, MKTG, SCHM, STRT, and TECE
|In consultation with advisor, complete 5 semester hours of experiential elective coursework.||5|
|Experiential Business Decision Making|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
50 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required