Want to know what it would be like to be a part of Northeastern University’s College of Science? Well, you’ve come to the right place!

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College of Science students talk about their experiences at Northeastern – including working in labs.
Why Co-op? Hear from students who have benefited from the program.

Learn more about the people who help to make up the College of Science

You are in charge of your own destiny here at Northeastern. The Alhomaizi twins are a great example of what hard work and drive can do for you. While on co-op with the Department of Global Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, psychology majors and identical twin sisters Dalal and Alaa Alhomaizi approached the director and asked if they could coordinate a program in Kuwait for World Mental Health Day in October. They got a positive response, and then got straight to work.

An introduction to the undergraduate program in the Department of Physics

If you like physics, check out these videos on Network Science. Northeastern University is home to some of the leading scientists in this field, including Prof. Lazslo Barabasi and Prof. Alessandro Vespignani, who are featured in these videos.

Learn how Network Science can be used to track the spread of disease.

Check out some of the amazing cooperative education opportunities these physics students were able to take part in.

Explore the word of Mathematics here at Northeastern University.

The faculty in the Department of Psychology are actively engaged in the multidisciplinary study of mind, brain, and behavior. Their internationally recognized research programs, which are supported by both federal and private granting agencies, fall within the department’s four broad areas of scholarship: behavioral neuroscience, cognition, perception, and social/ personality.