Undergraduate Degree Programs
Our undergraduate programs in the physical sciences, life sciences, and mathematics are designed to prepare graduates for their next step—be it further education or participation in the global workforce.
Students in any major can apply to medical school or other professional health programs and receive special guidance from our PreMed and PreHealth Advising Program.
Combined majors at Northeastern are unique, blended programs designed to allow you to explore multiple fields, all within one, integrated academic plan. A combined major comprises at least nine courses from two single majors, plus one or more integrative “bridge” courses.
Check our the more than 120 combined majors offered.
Northeastern’s PlusOne programs allows students to start a master’s degree while still pursuing their undergraduate degree. Through the PlusOne program students can count up to 16 eligible undergraduate credits toward a master’s degree, saving up to 50% on graduate tuition.
Students who have completed an undergraduate degree and would like to further their education, but who are not committed to a full degree program may enroll on a part-time basis — not exceeding more than two courses per semester. These students may earn a maximum of 12 semester hours over time prior to applying to a degree program.
College of Science students can choose a minor to complement their major, either in the following science disciplines or in another program at Northeastern.