Spring Open House
Success Starts With Showing Up
Saturday, April 13, 2019
9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Join us at our Spring Graduate Programs Open House to learn more about our master’s, certificate, professional doctorate, and bachelor completion programs.
Courses are offered online, on-ground, and in hybrid formats, allowing you to create a course schedule that is flexible to your needs.
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WHEN: April 13, 2018 | 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Align program schedule ends at 10:30 a.m)
WHERE: Northeastern University–Seattle, 225 Terry Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109
- Connect with our faculty and admissions representatives to get your questions answered and find the best program for you.
- Attend presentations on Experiential Learning and the current job market.
- Hear from alumni and current students about their NU co-op experience and finding jobs after graduation.
- Find out how our students become world-class computer scientists, no matter what their background is, with our Align Computer Science program.
- Learn about student services and Experiential Learning opportunities including Co-op & Career Development, Experiential Education and Online Learning, and Student Activity Groups.
About Break Into Tech
The Break Into Tech workshop for students interested in the Align Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) degree program will take place from 10:30 a.m – 11:30 a.m.
The workshop provides an introduction to basic computing concepts for those with a non-technical background and will focus on giving a broad understanding of the fundamental and trending topics in computer science, using real-life examples to provide a hands-on experience. You’ll hear from current Align students and alumni to get an understanding of how data and algorithms appear in your everyday life.
Attend Break Into Tech for an opportunity to:
- Experience computer science in action, and how it applies to your work and everyday life.
- Participate in a mini hack-a-thon where you can collaborate with others and test out your new computer programming skills.
- Learn more about Northeastern’s Align Computer Science program and decide whether it’s the right fit for you.
There are several scholarships available to prospective students who share Northeastern’s belief in experiential learning and global citizenship. If you want to make a difference where you live and work, you may find one that easily matches you.
The Full Circle Scholarship
You dedicated your time to give back to the world, now let us give back to you. The Full Circle Scholarship offers a 25% tuition discount to graduate applicants who embody Northeastern University’s values of experiential and global learning. New, incoming students who have completed a term of service with the Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, Teach for America, or have spent 1-year abroad volunteering or teaching English Language Learners (ELL) could be eligible.
Double Husky Scholarship for Northeastern Alumni
Alumni of Northeastern University have the opportunity to pursue a graduate education at our Seattle campus and take advantage of a 25% alumni discount on eligible degree programs.
New, incoming students, who are working as an educator in a public school at the elementary or secondary level, within a large urban area, are eligible to apply for a $10,000 scholarship.
Ruby Linn Foundation for Service Members and Veterans
Apply for up to $5,000 towards your undergraduate degree at the Lowell Institute School. To qualify, you must will or have received an associate degree of any major OR have 80 quarter hours (60 credits) of transferable credit (recommended for all degree programs). Read more about degree programs within the Lowell Institute School here.
Yellow Ribbon Program
Northeastern University is proud to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program at the highest level possible. If you find that your tuition and fees exceed the maximum annual Post-9/11 GI Bill payment, you can apply to the program to cover your additional expenses. Northeastern has invested more than $2 million to offer 100 graduate students at our Seattle campus the opportunity to participate in the program.