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The College of Engineering at a Glance

The College of Engineering at Northeastern University is a leader in experiential education and interdisciplinary research, focused on solving global challenges and meeting societal needs through innovation. Our distinctive model of experiential learning, anchored by our signature cooperative education program, combined with our focus on use-inspired interdisciplinary research, has made us one of the top engineering schools in the world.


Undergraduate Enrollment - Fall 2020

3952

Undergraduate Students

4.3

Avg. GPA

1476

Mean SAT

34%

Freshmen Are Women


Graduate Enrollment - Fall 2020

3916

Graduate Students

3232

MS Students, up 22% vs. 2016

684

PhD Students, up 30% vs. 2016


Academics (AY 2019-20)

over 185

Tenured/TT Faculty

over 50

Teaching Faculty

5

Engineering Departments, ABET Accredited

86

BS, MS, PhD, minors, certificates


Research At-A-Glance

$86M

External Research Funding (2020); up 139% from 2014

17

Research Centers and Institutes, funding by 8 federal agencies

95

Young Investigator Awards (as of Dec. 2020)

138

Patents (2014-Aug. 2020)


Experiential Learning

3059

Co-op Placements (2020)

2100

Co-op Employer Partners (2018-20)

59

Countries with Co-op Employer Partners (2018-20)

50+

Student Clubs


Alumni Community

over 45000

Engineering Alumni Globally


Rankings

1st

Co-op/Internships 2021, USNWR

5th

Career Services 2020, Princeton Review

31st

Graduate Engineering Schools 2022, USNWR

48th

Undergraduate Engineering Schools 2021, USNWR