Northeastern University’s College of Business Administration
Established in 1922, the Northeastern College of Business Administration offers undergraduate, graduate, and executive programs that have launched or accelerated successful business careers for our graduates ever since.
The Alumni Network
Graduates of Northeastern University go on to enjoy successful careers as leaders of multinational corporations, researchers who develop new technologies, leaders in national politics, editors of major national newspapers, and faculty members at universities across the United States. As a graduate of Northeastern, you too will enjoy the benefits of a wide alumni network. Make personal and professional connections that will last a lifetime!
Online Master of Business Administration:
Earn your MBA from a highly-ranked, AACSB accredited university that was one of the first to offer its MBA in an online format. Financial Times ranks Northeastern University’s Online MBA #1 in the U.S. (2014).
- Customize your MBA by selecting one of 8 specializations:
- Healthcare Management
- High Technology Management
- Innovation Entrepreneurship
- International Management
- Supply Chain Management
There are many ways to get funding for your education; one of the most widely used resources is a Federal or private loan.
The Federal Stafford Loan is the most common type of Federal student financial aid loan, and it requires the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). There are two types of Federal Stafford Loans: Subsidized and Unsubsidized.
A subsidized Stafford Loan is awarded on the basis of need. The U.S. Federal government pays interest on the loan while you are enrolled at least half-time (five credits for graduate students).
An unsubsidized Stafford Loan is not based on need. Students are responsible for the interest that accrues on an unsubsidized loan while enrolled.
Alternative Student Loans
Some students may need additional loan funds after maximizing their Federal loan options or may not be eligible for Federal loans and still need to borrow towards their education. Many lenders offer private alternative loans to help students meet the gap between financial aid and college costs.