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Northeastern University

Massachusetts - United States

Overview

Northeastern started with an innovative idea: that education is about engaging with the world to solve problems and lead change. That distinctive approach, founded in cooperative education, has created an academic culture that infuses both undergraduate and graduate studies.

We empower our undergraduates to chart their own academic path, through more than 90 majors and concentrations and global experiential learning opportunities in 92 countries. Northeastern's 158 graduate programs prepare students for emerging new fields; students are able to take courses on campus, online, or in hybrid formats, creating the educational experience that best meets their needs.

The university is committed to the educational success of its students, offering need-based aid and a range of scholarships to reward the outstanding achievements of students from all walks of life.

Strategy For Success

Over the past seven years, we have designed a strategy for success and pursued it with unwavering focus. The primary components of our approach have been:

  • Invest in the Northeastern advantage, our co-op model, and take it around the world
  • Recruit the most talented and accomplished students
  • Build our faculty at a time when other universities are retrenching
  • Make strategic investments in research where we have opportunities for leadership

A relentless focus on these goals has led to clear and quantifiable results. The pages that follow provide a snapshot of these results, along with selected members of the Northeastern community who exemplify our success.

These achievements are both remarkable and collective. We all share in the pride of what has been accomplished and—in true Northeastern fashion—we will build on our success to reach even higher.

Our Mission

To educate students for a life of fulfillment and accomplishment 
To create and translate knowledge to meet global and societal needs 


Faculties

African-American Studies

American Sign Language-English Interpreting

Architecture

Art + Design

Asian Studies

Behavioral Neuroscience

Biochemistry

Bioengineering

Biology

Biotechnology

Business Administration

Chemical Engineering

Chemistry

Civil Engineering

Communication Studies

Computer & Information Science

Counseling & Applied Educational Psychology

Creative Industries

Criminal Justice

Economics

Education

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Energy Systems

Engineering Leadership

English

General Studies

Health Informatics

Health Science

History

Honors Program

Human Services

Information Assurance

Information Systems

International Affairs

Journalism

Jewish Studies

Landscape Architecture

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Law

Law and Public Policy

Linguistics

Marine and Environmental Sciences

Mathematics

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Media and Screen Studies

Music

Nursing

Pharmacy

Philosophy & Religion

Physical Therapy

Physician Assistant

Physics

Political Science

Pre-Health Program

PreLaw Program

Professional Studies

Psychology

Public Administration

Sociology & Anthropology

Speech Audiology

Telecommunication Systems Management

Theatre

Undeclared

Urban and Regional Policy

Urban Informatics

Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program


English Requirements

Your English language level Bachelor’s degree pathway options
TOEFL iBT 65, Kaplan iBT 65, IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 5.5), Pearson 46 3 term Global Pathways Program
TOEFL iBT 74,  Kaplan iBT 74, IELTS 6.0 (no bands below 6.0), Pearson 50 2 term Global Pathways Program
TOEFL iBT 83, Kaplan iBT 83, IELTS 6.5 (no bands below 6.0), Pearson 56 1 term Global Pathways Program
Above TOEFL iBT 92 or IELTS 7.0 Direct entry to a bachelor’s degree

Scholarships

Please contact university for further information


Tution Fee

2014-2015

All tuition and fees are subject to revision by Northeastern University's Board of Trustees.

Undergraduate

Per Term

Tuition

$21,267

Per Summer Session

10,634

Per credit hour rate (see overload and reduced load policy)

1,329

N.U.in Australia, N.U.in England, N.U.inIreland, N.U.in Greece (semester cost) 31,520

Study Abroad (Visit OISP for additional details/costs)

21,267

Dialogue Programs (Visit OISP for additional details/costs)

10,634

6 Year Programs (Graduate Year)

 
6th Year Pharm D (Effective Summer Term 2014) 13,290
6th Year Physical Therapy (Effective Summer Term 2014) 10,070

 

NU Global (English Language Programs)

Per Term

American Classroom (semester)

7,069

 

College of Professional Studies

Per Credit Hour

Undergraduate courses (on-campus & online)

$369

Lab Courses (Science Labs and Writing Lab)

 535

Click HERE for a complete list of all undergraduate College of Professional Studies programs and tuition rates.

 

College of Professional Studies - Graduate on-campus & 
on-line; Excluding M.Ed & M.A.T as well as other programs. Please click here for more information)

594

Graduate Education (M.Ed. and M.A.T. Quarter Programs)

488

Doctorate in Education

705

Click HERE for a complete list of all graduate College of Professional Studies programs and tuition rates.

 

 

Graduate Programs

Per Credit Hour

Arts, Media & Design

1,260

Applied Behavioral Analysis

965

Bouve College of Health Science

1,270

Business Administration

1,433

Computer and Information Science

1,355

Engineering

1,354

Health Informatics

 1,115

Marine Biology

1,125

Online Graduate Business Programs

1,433

Sciences

1,270

School of Technological Entrepreneurship

1,433

Social Sciences and Humanities

1,225

Physician Assistant (per term)

11,497

Dissertation (flat rate equivalent to 1.5 of the college per credit hour rate listed above)

1.5 x per credit hour rate

Masters or Doctoral Continuation fee (flat rate equivalent to the college per credit hour rate listed above)

1 credit hour rate

 

Professional Programs

 

Doctor of Audiology (Au.D) (per term effective Summer 2014)

$10,920

Audiology(Au.D) Clinical (effective Summer 2014)

8,112

Executive MBA (full program)

94,500

High tech MBA (per Credit)

1,524

MSA/MBA (full program) Effective with Cohort beginning Summer 2014

61,394

MS Accounting (per credit)

 1,433

MS in Innovation (per credit)

1,524

Direct Entry Nursing On-ground (per term)

15,225

Direct Entry Nursing Hybrid (per credit)

950

Post Baccalaureate Direct Entry Graduate DPT (per semester)

14,495

Post Baccalaureate Direct Entry PharmD (per semester)

21,267

Nurse Anesthetist Clinical (in addition to tuition)

3,175

RN to BSN Online (per credit)

700

 

Law

Per Academic Year

School of Law Tuition

$45,000

Legal Studies On-Line Master's Degree Program (per semester hour)