Founded in 1922, The Northeastern University D'Amore-McKim School of Business, affiliated to Northeastern University, Boston, Massachussets, took its current name in 2012 after one of the largest donations made to a business school in the US ($60 million).
The school has over 5,500 students and a 70-30 split between undergraduate and graduate students. Students come from over 56 countries and 110 cities, with 34 per cent of the student body hailing from overseas.
Undergraduate courses are offered over both four and five-year plans leading to the BSc in business administration. An overseas option is as the BSc in international business. There are also combined majors and business minors over seven business "concentrations", including: accounting; entrepreneurship and innovation; finance; management; management information systems; marketing and supply chain management. Undergraduates also benefit from the "Co-operative Education" network of corporate partners.
Graduate programmes include the MBA, available as full-time (with concentrations in business analytics, corporate innovation and venturing, entrepreneurship, finance, healthcare management, international business, leading people and organisations,
marketing, supply chain management), part-time and online; and master's in innovation, international management, accounting finance, finance online, taxation, taxation online, international business, technological entrepreneurship and business analytics. There are a number of dual degrees and certificates available too.
Graduate students can take up a unique hands-on, experiential opportunity by managing the 360 Huntington Fund, which arises from part of Northeastern University’s endowment.
Students at D’Amore-McKim can take up the opportunity to study abroad via the International Field Study Programme. Destinations have included China, Russia, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Turkey and Greece.
D'Amore-McKim is accredited by AACSB International. Some 99 per cent of undergraduate degree recipients responding to a survey received a job offer within nine months of graduation, while 96 per cent of 2016 Full-Time MBA student cohort started jobs within three months of graduation.