Schools and Institutes
At the College of Professional Studies, we offer students over 70 programs of study, many of which are offered through or in conjunction with one of the following schools or institutes.
Graduate School of Education
The Graduate School of Education at Northeastern University offers a wide range of programs for K-12 teachers and administrators, higher education administrators, and adult learning professionals. Offerings include a doctorate program, two master’s degrees, and a portfolio of graduate certificates in high-demand fields.
Learn more about School of Education.
Lowell Institute School
The Lowell Institute School, which is generously supported by the Lowell family, offers a wide array of undergraduate programs in engineering technology, geographic information systems, and technology. The programs were developed in conjunction with the College of Engineering and the College of Computer and Information Science.
Learn more about Lowell Institute School.
School Health Institute
The Northeastern University School Health Institute, in collaboration with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health School Health Unit, coordinates and provides quality, professional education programs to enhance school nursing practice throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. These offerings provide information allowing school nurses and other school health professionals to manage the increasingly complex health, medical, behavioral and psycho-social issues facing our multi-cultural school-aged population.
Visit the School Health Institute.
World Languages Center
The World Languages Center is a cooperative venture between the College of Social Sciences & Humanities and the College of Professional Studies. As Northeastern University continues to become more globally engaged and integrated, the study of languages becomes significantly more valued and more important to the success of our students.
Learn more about studying a language through the World Languages Center.