Course Detail : The D’Amore-McKim MBA curriculum integrates academics with real-world experience. Our full-time MBA is a 60-credit program that can be completed in 24 months of full-time study, including a six-month paid corporate residency. In addition to building a strong foundation of business knowledge, you can gain practical experience by participating in a corporate residency, specializing in a career track, and completing a business plan project for a corporate partner. The curriculum also has a globalization requirement that can strengthen your ability to compete in the global marketplace.
The program starts in Fall each year. Prior to the start of the program, you will complete pre-work in accounting, economics, and statistics. During orientation, you will participate in a week-long management intensive that assesses core competencies and helps build community through team-based projects.
In the first year, you will take MBA foundation courses and participate in a career management course that helps prepare you for your corporate residency. You fulfill your globalization requirement during your first year through the International Field Study program, a field-based experience overseas.
Scholarships : If you are offered admission to the Full-Time MBA program, you will be automatically considered for a scholarship. There is no separate application necessary. Scholarships are awarded based on the strength of your application, including your undergraduate record, prior work experience, professional recommendations, GMAT score, and other application materials.
Scholarship awards range from 25% – 100% of tuition and are renewable in the second year of the Full-Time MBA program. Some of the scholarships offered include the Northeastern University MBA Achievers Scholarship, the Northeastern University/National Black MBA Association Graduate Scholarship, the Northeastern University/National Society of Hispanic MBAs Graduate Scholarship, the Posse MBA Alumni Scholarship, and the Peace Corps MBA Scholarship
Important Dates : The program starts in September. Our application dates are November 1 (with notification by December 20), January 15 (with notification by February 28), March 15 (with notification by May 1) and April 15 (with notification by June 1). March 15 is the final application date for international applicants and all candidates who wish to be considered for scholarships.
We will review all applications received after the final deadline on a rolling basis.