Explore Your Options For Career Development
Did you know? 18 percent of jobs will require a master’s degree or higher by 2022.
If you haven’t yet earned an advanced degree—don’t worry. At Northeastern, we’re committed to getting our students on the path to career success. That’s why we offer a variety of personal and professional development opportunities to those in our Lifelong Learning Community.
Our graduate programs are designed to align with your professional aspirations and are flexible to create a schedule that works for you.
We recognize that your motivation for career development may vary. Northeastern’s programs are designed to help you advance your career no matter your reasons.
Considering a career change?
Feeling frustrated, undervalued, or burnt out? These are signs it may be time to explore new industries or opportunities outside of your current position. If so, the time is right to consider your options, including a graduate degree, that can help you take the next step. We offer a variety of programs, including six-week bootcamps, that can help create a pathway to a new, exciting profession.
Looking to develop advanced skills in your current industry?
A master’s degree can help demonstrate that you have industry-specific, specialized knowledge in a particular field, and help you fine-tune the core qualities your company may be looking for to advance your career. Earning an advanced degree will also enhance some of the most sought-after competencies by employers, such as analytical skills, interpersonal communication, critical thinking, and leadership ability.
Have a personal committment to continuous learning?
We have a passion for providing hands-on experience through experiential learning opportunities including co-op, Experiential Network (XN), and internships. Our programs can help grow your knowledge and expand your skills, both personally and professionally, to help you stay ahead of the curve.
If you’re interested in learning more, browse our 200+ graduate programs today or connect with our team at the Graduate Programs Open House on March 23, 2019, from 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m., where you can speak with faculty and admissions representatives to find the program best fit for you.