Colleges and offerings

Northeastern offers a comprehensive range of both undergraduate and graduate programs in nine schools and colleges.

Colleges

College of Arts, Media, and Design
D'Amore-McKim School of Business
College of Computer and Information Science
College of Engineering
Bouvé College of Health Sciences
College of Professional Studies
College of Science
College of Social Sciences and Humanities
School of Law
 

Programs (Fall 2011)

Undergraduate programs
96
Graduate programs
158
Students in honors program
1,905
 

Degrees conferred (2011-2012)

Bachelor's
3,793
Master's
3,122
Juris Doctor
216
PhD
125
Professional Doctorate
337
 

Graduate Campuses

Advancing a new model of higher education that moves beyond the traditional boundaries of place, Northeastern is developing a system of graduate campuses in selected American cities. The first, in Charlotte, North Carolina, launched in October 2011. Northeastern opened a second graduate campus in Seattle, Washington, in January 2013.

These educational hubs will offer graduate degrees aligned with local educational, workforce, and economic development needs, and advance research collaborations between Northeastern faculty and regional organizations.

Learn more about Northeastern’s graduate campuses.