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Prospective Students

Thank you for your interest in Northeastern University's College of Engineering.  Started in 1909, the college was the first school at Northeastern to adopt cooperative education, an academic model that integrates professional experience with classroom study. Over the past century, this experiential learning environment has nourished the entrepreneurial spirit of countless engineering students who have gone on to successful careers around the world.

The college offers over 50 degrees in 25 programs of study, allowing you to chart your own path.  Academic programs are complemented by cooperative education, research experiences and a strong community of scholars in a beautiful urban campus.

Prospective undergraduategraduate, and professional masters students are encouraged to learn more about us through our website and to contact us with any questions. 

Current Students

The College of Engineering offers a variety of programs and offices to help set students up for success, including tutoring, professional societies, and clubs for every interest and background.

Undergraduate Students

Engineering Student Services is the office that all undergraduate students are encouraged to contact with any questions or concerns. The College of Engineering offers a variety of services to help set students up for success, including Free drop-in tutoring, Undergraduate Research, Co-op, Experiential learning, Global Opportunities, A commitment to diversity, and Active student organizations.

Graduate Students

Graduate and professional masters College of Engineering students lead the way in interdisciplinary research, collaborating with faculty and industry partners at cutting-edge centers and laboratories. Students also have the opportunity to participate in: Assistantships, Fellowship programs, Co-op, Career planning services - available to all NU graduates in identifying, planning, and pursuing career decisions and co-op placements.

General Information for All Students

The COE Computer Center provides computer classrooms, open labs, services, and support for all current engineering students. Looking to buy a new computer, check out our computer recommendations.


Please visit the links at right to learn more about student support and services in the university.

Alumni

Welcome Husky!  

Our alumni are important collaborators in our continued growth and impact, enabling the College of Engineering to:

  • make strategic investments in faculty, labs, and partnerships to advance our position as a top-tier research university.
  • expand co-op and experiential learning opportunities around the world, giving our students a marked advantage in the competitive job and graduate education arenas.

We invite you to be part of our exciting momentum.

Please visit the links at right to learn more about all the ways our 55,000 alumni can engage with the College of Engineering, Northeastern and other members of the Husky Nation.

Faculty & Staff

Thank you for the daily contributions you make to the outstanding College of Engineering academic and research environment.  

Please visit the links at right for easy access to important information.

Corporate Partners

Partnership with Northeastern Engineering can occur in a variety of ways – most commonly, companies look for workforce development initiatives, student placement in industry, and targeted research. The first step is a conversation to understand your real-world business needs.

Industrial Advisory Boards: Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Mechanical & Industrial Engineering.

Please visit the links at right to learn more about our programs.

Success Story

Student Reaches San Jose for co-op at Samsung Research America
Xiang Gong, PhD, Electrical and Computer Engineering 2016

Xiang Gong, PhD in computer engineering anticipated in 2016, joined the Advanced Software Platform Lab at Samsung Research America for his co-op job. His research is on computer architecture...

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News

July 6, 2015

ChE PhD Student Ece Alpaslan won a poster award at the ITNANO 2015 conference with her poster entitled, "Potential of cerium oxide nanoparticles as reactive oxygen scavengers."

July 1, 2015

Written by Nicholas Ivory, Alexander Greene, and Mike Donnelly; three members of the Capstone group that created the "Help Get Me There" app which helps the visually impaired.

July 1, 2015

STEM is hosting 28 high school students and local teachers for summer research experiences in engineering and science labs.

June 30, 2015

Jessica Faust, a student in Prof. Erb's lab, has just been awarded the grand poster prize for her work on structuring injectable biocomposites at the Frontiers in BioMagnetics Conference held in Telluride, Colorado.

Events

08
Jul

Admissions Visitor Center (West Village F)

11:00 am
14
Jul

90 Snell Library

11:00 am to 12:30 pm
15
Jul

Admissions Visitor Center (West Village F)

11:00 am
16
Jul

415 Stearns Center

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm