The Northeastern graduate engineering programs are predominantly interdisciplinary and are organized around a core curriculum that equips students with a solid foundation to become leaders in all facets of engineering. By involving students in many levels of research, encouraging collaboration across departments, and partnering with outside institutions and organizations, Northeastern Engineering graduate students gain a rich education in their chosen discipline.
The College of Engineering offers more than 40 degree and certificate opportunities including Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy that prepare students for technical and leadership positions. Industry-aligned Master of Science degrees are also offered for working professionals or recent engineering graduates. These multidisciplinary degrees are designed for different industry sectors, while graduate certificates provide the opportunity to develop a specialization in a specific area as well as provide a pathway to a master's degree in Northeastern's College of Engineering.
Flexible program formats include traditional full-time, part-time, on-campus, online, and hybrid options tailored to individual student needs.
Research and cooperative education opportunities, esteemed faculty, professional and social campus organizations, and a strong alumni community enhance the academic experience and enable students to expand their knowledge while building lifelong professional and personal networks.
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