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Undergraduate Admissions

Northeastern’s emphasis on intellectual inquiry, experiential learning, and global thinking continues to attract the most talented students from around the country and around the world. Students who are ready to join a thriving academic community can visit the Northeastern Undergraduate Admissions website to get started. There, prospective students and their parents will find:

For questions about undergraduate admissions, email or call 617.373.2200.

Graduate Admissions – Master of Arts in International Affairs – School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

The Master of Arts in International Affairs is offered through the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs. It is a challenging and interdisciplinary program dedicated to preparing tomorrow’s global citizens and leaders by combining theories, concepts, and methodologies from a range of disciplines with study abroad and experiential learning opportunities in Boston, across the country, and around the world.

To view the School of Public Policy catalog, please click here.

For program information, application, and any questions about Graduate Admissions, please go to the Graduate Admissions Office site or call 617.373.2200.

Graduate Admissions – College of Social Sciences and Humanities (other majors and options in CSSH)

  • PlusOne Master’s: Current Northeastern undergraduates interested in a CSSH PlusOne program should visit the PlusOne Program Website for more information.
  • Master’s Degree: view the College of Social Sciences and Humanities Graduate Program page for more information

Can’t find what you are looking for? Contact the CSSH Graduate Office 617.373.5990

Visit Us on Campus

The Northeastern Visitor Center provides a variety of ways to experience campus. Explore the options and register for a tour here.

In addition, the College of Social Sciences and Humanities offers a monthly one-hour presentation in the Visitor Center which highlights the college’s interdisciplinary and global approach to education and research. Visitors will learn how experiential learning is linked to coursework in the social sciences and humanities, discover opportunities for global exploration, and even meet a co-op faculty coordinator who can answer all questions related to co-op. Contact Admissions for more information.