College of Professional Studies
Programs Grounded in Theory. Applied in Practice.
Northeastern University College of Professional Studies offers bachelor’s degree completion programs created with working professionals in mind.
Programs offered in the College of Professional Studies are informed by industry insights and taught by faculty members who are leading scholars and practitioners in their field. Faculty members incorporate their work and research into the classroom to help students understand firsthand how the field is evolving and develop relevant, applicable skills.
The College of Professional Studies’ academic programs are offered in online, on-ground, and hybrid formats, allowing professionals to work toward the career they want while honoring the current role or commitments they have.
The Lowell Institute School is a part of the College of Professional Studies, and is the first of its kind in the country to deliver science, technology, and engineering bachelor’s degree completion programs for students with two years of college credit or an associate degree. To learn more about the School, visit our Lowell Institute School page.
Whether through the Lowell Institute School or the College of Professional Studies more broadly, students will develop 21st-century skills they can apply to their next career.