Breakthrough technologies are changing our world. Digital innovations like robotics, AI, and the Internet of Things promise higher productivity, connectivity, and economic growth. They have quickly transformed the way we live, learn, and work.
The skills you need to succeed in today’s digital-first economy are different from those of the past. Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business graduate degrees help you embrace innovation. Our faculty are dedicated to helping you become a leader who is knowledgeable about the best uses of technology and data while bringing vital human skills to your work.
Experience-powered learning opportunities are a hallmark of D’Amore-McKim programs. You can apply what you learn to real business situations through class projects, consulting opportunities, and case studies. This helps you build critical skills like resilience, creativity, and agility—all derived from your experience both in and outside of the classroom.
Your U.S. experience will give you the time to discover a new culture, the spark to think deeply about business concepts, and the tools to become a leader who is global in outlook and entrepreneurial in mindset.
"I chose Northeastern’s MS in Finance program because of the emphasis on the tech skills that I knew would be in high demand. For example, the program offered a data analytics course that taught Python and activities that would enrich my learning experience, like the Disrupt Fintech Initiative Club. My accounting background gave me the quantitative skills required for admission."
Yi-Fang Liu from Thailand, MS in Finance
"I developed a growth mindset and wanted to keep learning so I decided to gain tangible work experience in the U.S. I knew it would be a good opportunity to take advantage of OPT, which I was eligible to apply for. With the assistance of my career advisor at Northeastern, I applied for various marketing internships.
During my year of OPT, I interned at two different companies. At both internships, I worked in brand marketing by leveraging social media. I was able
to learn how to utilize market research to bridge the gap between companies and their consumers."
Minwoo Kim from South Korea, MS in International Management
"The MS in Business Analytics program has helped me understand data, coding languages, and technology better. I’m now able to apply what I’ve learned conceptually to real-life business situations. The professors here have diverse backgrounds, and they share their knowledge and experiences with students. Everything I have learned in this program will be useful for the kind of roles I want next."
David Igbokwe from the UK, MS in Business Analytics
Northeastern University’s legacy of innovation lives on through its students—who join organizations around the globe with ease, ready to lead.
Over the past century, Northeastern has cultivated deep relationships with more than 3,100 global corporate partners who understand how our students are uniquely prepared to lead the future of work. When it’s time for these organizations to recruit, they know just where to look.
You’ll partner with a dedicated advisor from the D’Amore-McKim Graduate Career Center to create a career management plan and prepare for your job search. Together, you’ll leverage these deep connections to engage, consult, or work full-time with our corporate sponsors through short-term projects, internships, networking events, guest lectures, mentorships, and more.
Our network of 50,000+ loyal D’Amore-McKim graduates—and the larger community of 275,000 Northeastern alums—connects regularly via events, programs, services, chapters, groups, volunteer opportunities, and more. Successful alumni, who reach out frequently to the network with career opportunities, represent a diverse range of businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies.
Northeastern University is a welcoming, global community with more than 13,000 students from 147 countries. You’ll study in the heart of Boston on a 73-acre green oasis, surrounded by world-class museums, cultural venues, shopping, and restaurants.