The Master of Science in Cyber-Physical Systems with a concentration in Internet of Things prepares you for a world of connected devices. This program was formerly known as the Master of Science in Computer Systems Engineering with a concentration in the Internet of Things.
The Graduate Certificate in Nonclinical Biomedical Products provides a comprehensive understanding of evolving nonclinical global biomedical product regulatory standards and processes.
The Master of Science in Information Systems offers cutting-edge expertise in a variety of courses that combine technological advances and business practices.
Analytics is the integration of the major theories, tools, and approaches to identify and successfully communicate data-driven insights for informed decision making in the digital age. Analysts articulate and effectively defend the significance and implications of the work in data analytics in terms of challenges and trends in a local, national, or global context. They propose an effective path to resolution of an analytical problem that may be complicated by the competitive environment, opposing interests, and divergent or uncertain data and information.
The Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs for Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices program is designed to produce graduates who are highly qualified to manage the regulatory process for companies innovating and developing cutting-edge products in science and medicine.
The Master of Science in Computer Science program is for experienced professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge and expand their technology leadership responsibilities in organizations that design, develop, market, or utilize computing systems.
Northeastern University’s Align Master’s in Computer Science (CS) program provides a direct path to an MS in Computer Science and a high-demand, rewarding career—for non-computer science degree holders with no previous programming experience.
The Master of Science in Project Management is designed to provide you with the practical skills and theoretical concepts you need to lead complex projects.