We offer a wide selection of courses every semester using our Video Streaming technology. Classes are captured live in the classroom and then made available to remote students. This adds convenience for anyone working full-time while pursuing their degree. Our technology enables students to view the lectures 24/7, and can be viewed multiple times. Lecture notes can be download, and communication with instructors is easy using Northeastern University's Blackboard system.
Students gain access to the Video Streamed lectures through their Blackboard account (either via their myNEU portal or by logging in directly: http://blackboard.neu.edu/). When students log into Blackboard, their My Institution" page will indicate what courses they are enrolled in under the My Courses module (course number and title). The student clicks this link and enters their course area. On the menu on the left, click on "Streamed Lectures" to view the lectures. Students should review the "Recommended System Requirements" under Technical Information for system requirements.)
Links to the videos are made available once the semester begins. The lectures are captured live and made available within 24 hours after the live session. Lectures for courses that have no on-ground component, will be posted on Monday of each week. In the event of a Monday holiday, the lectures will be posted on Tuesday of that week. Once a lecture is posted to Blackboard it is available for the duration of the semester unless otherwise specified by the instructor.
If you need help with either myNEU or Blackboard, contact the Northeastern University Help Desk at 617-373-4357, or online help at http://help.neu.edu.
Accessing the streamed lectures:
In order to view Video Streamed classes, you must be enrolled in a Video Streaming section (section V35) of a course and have a valid myNEU account. You will then be able to access the Blackboard system and your course.
Tuition is charged at the current Graduate Engineering semester hour rate. For specific details, please contact the Student Financial Services office.
Please note: All international students should consult the International Student and Scholarship Institute (ISSI) for specific details regarding taking video streamed courses as part of their full-time enrollment.