Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). University College
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Overview Arnold E. Daum graduated from Northeastern University in 1940 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and taught in Northeastern's University College from 1954 to the late 1980s. During World War II, Daum served as lieutenant commander in the United States Navy and was awarded the Bronze Star. In 1954, after serving in the Navy for 14 years, he retired and began teaching at Northeastern as an adjunct professor. He taught Marketing Management, Sales Management, Advertising...
Overview Northeastern's University College was founded in 1960. With an open admissions policy, its mission was to educate adult students with previous work experience, part-time students working toward an undergraduate degree, and full-time students who had varied scheduling requirements. Soon after its founding, the school began offering courses at satellite campuses. Enrollment was 4,000 in 1960, grew to 12,000 by 1975, peaked at 14,000 in 1980, and then declined to 10,700 in 1989 and 7,500 in 1996....