The graduate programs offered by Northeastern University–Charlotte are designed to enable students to build their careers while maintaining their lives. The university’s blend of on-campus and online classes, flexible schedules, and frequent program start dates enable students to pursue their professional goals without sacrificing personal needs and goals.
Our degree programs are designed to let each student choose from online and hybrid learning options. We make every effort to offer courses in a variety of formats, however enrollments determine course offerings from term to term. We strongly encourage you to discuss course options with your advisor or the Charlotte Academic and Student Support Specialist who will be aware of the current courses and format options for your program of study. (*Note: Courses in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business are only available online.)
Select the appropriate link below to find courses in an upcoming term:
Northeastern University–Charlotte has a host of resources for students looking to make the most of their graduate studies. Some of these resources are specific to our Charlotte Graduate Campus and some are benefits of any Northeastern University student. Below are ways to enrich your experience and find the tools you need to succeed. Our Campus Guide can also assist in learning more about the Charlotte Campus and the resources available.
|Free Wi-Fi & Technology
|For those students looking for a place to get their work done, the Charlotte Graduate Campus offers free Wi-Fi to help enhance the online Northeastern University experience. Need to post an assignment or log on to your course during the day? Utilize our laptop and iPad checkout or access one of our iMacs on campus.|
|Group Study Areas||Enjoy the benefits of meeting with classmates to work on projects or study together in one of our resource and lounge areas. Students can reserve space for individual study and small group meetings during weekday business hours (9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)|
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Student Access Procedure
Northeastern University students are required to show their Husky ID card and to sign in with the reception desk on the 11th floor when coming to campus to study, or to meet with other students, faculty or staff during weekday business hours. This allows us to ensure appropriate access, as well as a high level of security for everyone.
After 5 p.m., students may be asked by building security personnel to show a photo ID and sign in at the security desk in order to access elevators to the 11th floor classrooms. Students should be prepared with appropriate identification (e.g. Husky ID card or driver’s license).
If you do not have a Husky ID card, one can be made and provided to you on campus. Contact Student Services to make arrangements.
The campus will be open on the following evenings:
Students may also schedule time on other weekday evenings for study groups and other academic purposes. A one-week notice is required and dependent on staff availability and security resources.
|Career Services||University Career Services specializes in helping you figure out what program, career or job might work best for you, and also in helping you plan and carry out a successful job search, or explore other options. We bring you a wide variety of resources, programs, events, and opportunities to meet employers. Our experienced and enthusiastic staff is eager to help you get where you want to go, throughout your Northeastern career and beyond.|
|Student Financial Services||Student Financial Services is committed to helping you navigate the process of applying for federal financial aid and alternative loans.|
|myNEU||myNEU is an electronic gateway for the Northeastern University community and offers “one stop shopping” for faculty, staff, and enrolled and admitted students. Services are targeted to members of the Northeastern University community by role; therefore, providing a personally tailored experience. Campus news and departmental announcements are also accessible via the myNEU Portal.|
|Northeastern University Information Services||Information Services at Northeastern University provides central information technology support to over 25,000 students, faculty and staff who use our secure, high speed connectivity to the Internet through our on-campus network and a host of other services tailored to the online student.|
|Disability Resources Center||Students needing accommodations or services due to a disability are able to access the Disability Resource Center of Northeastern University. There you will find information on the staff, services available, how to contact the DRC for more information and assistance, and forms you will need to access these services.|
||The Graduate Catalog contains Northeastern University’s primary statements about student academic life, conduct, and the responsibilities of students and the University to one another, as authorized by the president or the Board of Trustees.Students in the College of Professional Studies may obtain a copy of the CPS Student Handbook here.|
|Academic Calendar||Trying to plan your year? The university academic calendar provides information you need to stay on track with your degree.|
|Course Catalog||A basic resource on academic courses Northeastern University has to offer. (Please note this is for basic informational purposes only as Northeastern University–Charlotte only offers selected programs through its campus.)|
|Advising||Our Director of Student Affairs & Faculty Services, located at the Charlotte Graduate Campus, is available to help with your course planning to build a schedule that keeps you on target to achieve your goals while also maintaining balance in your personal and professional life.|
|Writing Center – Mobile Consulting||The Writing Center is made up of Northeastern University writing instructors, graduate students, and undergraduate students studying composition theory, literature, and technical/professional writing. The Writing Center offers online consulting for any level writer. We work with graduate students from all academic disciplines, speakers of other languages as well as native speakers of English, and weak, average, and strong writers.|
|Northeastern University Library||The Northeastern University Library is at the hub of campus intellectual life. Resources include over 900,000 print volumes; 206,500 e-books; and 70,225 electronic journals. InterLibrary loan is also available for collections in our Boston Library.|
|Free online tutoring||SMARTHINKING (PDF) provides live academic help from real people when you need it, how you need it, from people you can trust. For hours of service, depending upon your school, you may have access to help in the following subjects and skills:
|Student Grievances||Northeastern University has processes and resources to ensure that student’s grievances are treated with respect and addressed in a fair and professional manner. Both formal and informal means to resolve issues are available. Students may contact the Charlotte campus staff – Student and Academic Services – for assistance, as well as consulting the University website for information on academic policies and procedures. University Registrar and Graduate Catalog /Handbook – Academic Policies & Procedures (p. 30 – 56)|