Looking for more depth in your learning?
Northeastern offers a variety of workshops, courses, and open classrooms on our campuses both within and beyond our degree and certificate programs. Explore a new interest, upskill, and fulfill your lifelong learning goals. There are numerous opportunities for alumni to return to the classroom at Northeastern.
Upcoming Workshops, Seminars, and Events
NU@Noon provides a broad range of educational and intellectual activities for all members of the Northeastern community. This educational series offers alumni and friends the chance to learn and embrace the knowledge of the university’s award-winning faculty, community leaders, and industry pundits through interactive programming and speaker presentations. In addition to speaker presentations, we offer education on the road as trips to various locations.
Myra Kraft Open Classroom
The Myra Kraft Open Classroom Fall 2019 theme is the Role of Media in Shaping Presidential Primaries. This is a semester-long seminar series for the Northeastern community and the general public, and is hosted by the School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs. The series seeks to invite diverse audiences to converge around a central theme and generate conversation about current topics relevant to our local and national communities.
Contemporary Issues in Security & Resilience Studies Speaker Series
This lecture series is hosted by Northeastern University’s Center for International Affairs and World Cultures, the Northeastern Humanities Center, and the Department of Political Science. The 21st century has brought a number of challenges – some new, some old – to societies around the world, including climate change, terrorism, pandemics, and extreme weather events. No community, organization, or society can prepare for all potential risks and threats. The speakers in this series are subject matter experts and practitioners in the fields of security and resilience from Northeastern University and beyond.
Economic Policy Forum
This lecture series is hosted and organized by Profs. John Kwoka and William Dickens of the Department of Economics. The 2019-2020 edition’s theme is “Capitalism, Competition, and (In)equality.”CLOSE
Graduate Education: Lifelong Learning Network
The Lifelong Learning Network is a revolutionary new approach to delivering quality, top-tier professional programs—bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, certificates, bootcamps—across multiple learning channels, including online, on-ground, and hybrid.
The Network has been created to meet the need of the times—to help you keep pace with the hyper-accelerated world of technology, business, and industry in which we all work and live.
To keep you ahead of this dynamic change and advance your career and personal life, we offer over 200 degree programs—with coursework and curricula developed in cooperation with partner institutions and aligned with in-demand, leading-edge industries.
Northeastern has been built on relationships and connections—the fundamentals of networks—for more than a century. Combining this Network with our deep commitment to experiential learning allows us to continue to serve as your touchstone for learning throughout your life.
Learn more: Lifelong Learning Network
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Double Husky Scholarship
The Double Husky Scholarship helps alumni finance their graduate education by providing a tuition discount of up to 25 percent on more than 110 eligible degree programs. As an alumnus/a who holds a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree from Northeastern, you may be eligible.CLOSE