Northeastern University’s Graduate School of Engineering offers specialized Multidisciplinary Masters degrees designed specifically for working engineering and technical professionals who are looking for career advancement or to pursue a different career path.
Computer Systems Engineering is designed for students with a bachelor’s degree in engineering, computer science or the physical sciences. This program focuses on software engineering as it relates to object-oriented design and analysis, and the development of web applications for business, education, and entertainment, preparing students to take on a wide range of responsibilities within major corporations and government agencies.
Energy Systems accepts applicants with undergraduate degrees in engineering, quantitative business or finance. Students gain experience in future energy systems and courses that integrate energy-related technologies with economics and financial considerations. Graduates will be involved in decision making or policy planning for delivery of energy efficient systems to a global market.
Engineering Management is intended for students with an undergraduate degree in engineering and related fields. It prepares students to take on leadership roles within top corporations in the private, government, and military sectors. This program focuses on planning, organizing, allocating, and directing activities and resources applicable to individuals and organizations engaged in the management of engineering and technology development.
Information Systems offers a variety of courses that wed business practices and technological advances. Theory and practice are balanced on the premise that they are always intertwined and interdependent. This program is at the forefront of software innovation, transforming contemporary society even more radically than technology has already done, to take significant strides in business, medicine, education, and the protection and security of our country.
Sustainable Building Systems integrates elements of an architectural engineering program with construction management while embracing the concepts of engineering sustainability as related to energy and materials usage and the effect on the environment. Prospective students are engineering, architecture, business or science majors, and industry professionals pursuing careers in architecture, architectural engineering, real-estate development, construction and facilities management and its related fields, who desire to gain cutting-edge knowledge in sustainability practices for building systems design and infrastructure development.
Telecommunication Networks is designed for professionals currently in the telecommunications field who either wish to enhance their technical skills and credentials or those who wish to make a transition to the business side of telecommunications or networking. This unique program provides a multidisciplinary approach to telecommunication. Students take courses from several different departments and colleges at Northeastern University.