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Lowell Institute School

The Premier Institution for You to Finish Your Bachelor’s in Science, Technology, and Engineering

Nearly 11.5 million STEM jobs will be up for grabs by 2032, and employers are in need of qualified professionals to help fill these critical roles.

Northeastern’s Lowell Institute School was founded to help meet that demand.

The Lowell Institute is the first school of its kind in the country to deliver science, technology, and engineering bachelor’s degree completion programs to students with two years of college credit or an associate degree. The program’s primary goal is to support those from underserved populations and help them take the next step in their careers.

Students can earn their bachelor’s degree on a schedule that works for them—whether on campus, online, or a combination of the two. Industry professionals help design each program to ensure it meets the demands of the job market and also help teach the courses, providing students with the opportunity to tackle real-world issues in a classroom setting.

Programs span a variety of in-demand STEM fields, including:

  • Analytics
  • Biological Science
  • Biotechnology
  • Digital Communication and Media
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Health Science
  • Information Technology
  • Project Management
  • Psychology

For a complete list of programs, visit the Lowell Institute School website.

Support at Every Stage

Dedicated academic advisors work with individual students throughout their studies—and beyond—to help them achieve their personal and professional goals. Rather than disqualify potential students from STEM courses, our ultimate goal is to do everything we can to ensure students’ success. Whether it’s helping students find the right real-world learning opportunities to get the experience they need or connecting them with the proper tutoring and academic advising resources, students receive support at every stage of their education.

To learn more, visit the Lowell Institute School website.