The D'Amore-McKim School of Business offers two undergraduate degree granting programs:
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
Bachelor of Science in International Business (BSIB)
Both bachelor's degree programs provide students with a strong foundation in the principal fields of business, as well as the liberal arts. At Northeastern, a business education integrates the theory and practice of management through active learning, problem-driven research, corporate partnerships, and experiential assignments (co-op). As part of the degree program, all students are expected to participate in the co-op program, where they participate in paid work placements related to their field of study. Additionally, the BSIB program includes intensive language study and a year abroad.
The BSBA degree can be accomplished using the five-year co-op plan or with the four-year co-op plan. Both the BSBA and BSIB degrees offer concentrations in the principal fields of business:
Management Information Systems
Supply Chain Management
Minors for Business and Non-Business Students
The school offers five minors - the minors in Emerging Markets, Social Entrepreneurship, and Sustainable Business are open to all undergraduate students and all three include a summer field research experience. The remaining two minors - in Entrepreneurship and Business - are available to non-business students only.
Business and Non-Business Students
Minor in Emerging Markets
Minor in Global Social Entrepreneurship
Minor in Sustainable Business Practices
Non-Business Students Only
Minor in Entrepreneurship
Minor in Business