Master of Science Engineering Management
Now accepting domestic applications for the Spring 2017 term through December 15.
In order to be minimally qualified to pursue admission through the Graduate School of Engineering, a candidate must have successfully completed or is in the process of completing an undergraduate bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university, or its equivalent from a foreign college or university. Any offer of admission is contingent upon a candidate’s successful completion of an undergraduate bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university, or its equivalent from a foreign college or university.
The applicant will also submit:
- Completed online application form. (Paper applications are not accepted.)
- Application fee of USD $75 to be paid online by credit card, electronic check, or by money order.
- Two confidential letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with technical, professional, and personal qualifications submitted through the online application system.
- Transcripts. Applicants should (a) acquire official or unofficial copies of their transcripts from each college or university that they have attended (if they do not already have such copies), (b) create scanned versions of same in PDF format (up to 500 KB in size), and (c) when prompted to do so in the application, upload and attach them to the online application. Ensure that the scanned documents are readable and include all courses, grades, (i.e. marks, scores, etc.) and credits completed to date. The scanned documents should also include information pertaining to the institution’s grading scale. Typically such grading scale information is on the backside of the documents or is on a separate page. This is particularly important for institutions outside of the U.S. If such information is not readily available, please do not be concerned. Also note for institutions outside of the U.S. that only English versions of transcripts are required; and if transcripts are not in English, please arrange to have official English translations made. Translations provided by applicants themselves are not acceptable. Last, note that foreign credential evaluations of transcripts are not required or needed. Note that only above described scanned copies of transcripts attached to the application are needed initially during the admissions review process. Applicants may arrange to mail final, official transcripts to the Graduate School of Engineering after they are admitted, if they are admitted.
- Statement of Purpose. The statement is submitted through the online application system.
- Resumé. The resumé is submitted through the online application system.
- The GRE is required of most applicants. Institution code is 3665; no department code is needed.
Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Program Applicants: Official GRE scores are required for *ALL applicants to programs offered by the Dept. of ECE. *Exception: Applicants who have received or will receive a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Northeastern University located in Boston are exempt from this requirement.
All Other (non-Dept. of ECE) Graduate Program Applicants: Official GRE scores are required for **ALL applicants who have not received or will not receive a bachelor’s degree in an ABET-accredited engineering program from a college or university that is located within the U.S. **Exception: Applicants to the Engineering Management program may submit official GMAT scores instead of the GRE.
- Official TOEFL or IELTS scores are generally required of applicants whose native language is not English. Institution code is 3665; no department code is needed. Note that applicants who hold or will hold a graduate or undergraduate degree from a college or university in a country where English is the official and predominantly spoken language before beginning any graduate engineering program at Northeastern if admitted are exempt from this requirement.
- International candidates only (F-1 and J-1 visa related). The Declaration and Certification of Finances (DCF) form with required supplemental forms and/or documents is not required initially during the admissions review process and may be mailed after an admissions decision is made.
- 32 Semester Hours
- $47,072.00 total tuition
(Based on 2016-2017 tuition rate)
- Full-time years to completion: 2 years