The Northeastern University College of Business Administration
was founded in 1922 and the Graduate School of Business Administration in 1952. The College of Business Administration is accredited by AACSB
International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The Co-op M.B.A.
program matriculates a class of about 80 students each fall and spring. A typical entering class includes students from fifteen or more countries other than the United States. Career goals can be equally diverse. About 90 percent have work experience, and 65 percent have earned their undergraduate degrees in areas other than business.
Graduates of the program pursue careers in every function and industry, private and not-for-profit, around the world. A required course in career management ensures that graduates are adept both at securing their first jobs following the degree and advancing their careers in subsequent steps.
The college offers the BSBA
degrees and the graduate school offers the Master of Science
In 2009, the undergraduate business school ranked 27th in the nation according to Business Week
and in 2008 13th for international business by US News
. Northeastern's High Technology MBA program ranked #1 in a "Top Techno MBA Survey" released by ComputerWorld Magazine. Northeastern also ranked No. 4 in Forbes Magazine
as one of "America's Most Entrenpreneurial Campuses." The EMBA program is ranked in the... Read More