The ALIGN Network: Industry Focused, Globally Respected, Regionally Connected
Northeastern’s ALIGN program is taught on campus, 100 percent online, or through a hybrid format that combines the best of both worlds. Our three campus locations are ideal for providing rising professionals with the degree programs and Global Network necessary to seize opportunities in these high-demand industries.
Northeastern’s flagship campus is a sanctuary of lush green spaces and tree-lined pathways located in the heart of Boston. The campus boasts some of the most advanced research laboratories and institutes in the area, along with high-tech classrooms, abundant student workstations, and live network access points all across campus. Northeastern’s Snell Library provides award-winning research and instructional services, and its websites serve users around the world.
The South Lake Union neighborhood, home to Northeastern’s Seattle campus, is an epicenter for innovation and discovery. Here you’ll find a range of companies and institutions that share the university’s vision of a world where cutting-edge thought leaders come together to inspire, create, and execute new technologies. Seattle is a city synonymous with software development, Internet titans, information technology, and biotechnology.
Silicon Valley Info
Recognized as a center of innovation, entrepreneurship, and growth, Silicon Valley is home to some of the most important tech companies and startups in the world. Northeastern’s presence here, creating education hubs embedded directly in select companies across the Bay Area, is intended in part to offer sector-specific degree programs and research collaborations that benefit the entire region—while connecting to global markets from Canada to Malaysia.
Some ALIGN degree programs are available entirely online. At Northeastern, online courses are held to the same high standard as our campus-based courses, and are taught by experienced instructors who are scholars and industry leaders. Online courses are designed to help students feel connected with the instructor and other students. Discussion boards and interactive tools help students feel they are a part of a dynamic learning experience.