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The Northeastern Network
With a network like this…
With a graduate degree from Northeastern University, you’ll join an extensive network that spans the globe. We’re talking 3,000+ corporate partners, more than 230,000 alumni, and a presence in more than 90 countries. Hear it from those who live it — on campus and online. The ones who’ll always be in your corner. The ones who’ll keep you networked for life.
Northeastern’s graduate programs are taught by faculty who have developed expertise by
working in their fields of study. A graduate degree from Northeastern University offers
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The Northeastern Advantage
Northeastern University is grounded in an innovative idea — that education is about is engaging with the world to solve problems and lead change.
This idea is something we put in motion on a daily basis. We’ve established working relationships in Boston, in hundreds of communities in the United States and in more than 90 countries around the world, including with 3,000+ organizations in business and finance, healthcare and law, education and research, and community service and government.
These highly specialized partnerships are the backbone of an education grounded in experiential learning. Experiential learning transforms “global” and “innovative” from concepts to actions, makes our students and our degree programs more interactive, and invigorates an approach to research that translates knowledge into solutions.
In today’s rapidly changing economic landscape, Northeastern offers flexible, challenging degree programs that connect students with emerging fields, make them problem solvers in the global economy, and prepare them for a lifetime of learning — in Boston, Charlotte, Seattle, Silicon Valley and beyond.