Seattle: A Technology and Nonprofit Hub
The Greater Seattle Metro area is one of the nation’s fastest growing regions with nearly four million people, including more than 600,000 living in Seattle. Home to corporate industry titans and nonprofit innovators—including Microsoft, Boeing, Amazon, Starbucks, Nordstrom, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation—the Seattle area is the epicenter for innovation and discovery.
The Northeastern-Seattle campus, which launched in 2012, is located on Terry Avenue in the South Lake Union
neighborhood. Our programs, resources, and amenities are designed to support and engage students in the Seattle region and around the world.
Whether you earn your graduate degree solely online, on-campus, or both, you can never underestimate the importance of having access to the people and resources of a physical, regional campus hub.
Northeastern University-Seattle: Serving Regional Industries
From computer science and bioinformatics to global studies and project management, Northeastern University’s Seattle program—offered online, on-site, and as a hybrid—is uniquely aligned with the region’s economic development and workforce needs.
Our faculty members hail from local industry leaders, including Boeing, Amazon, Twitter, and Microsoft, and we work to develop research collaborations with companies and institutions in the area. Our academics, co-op placements, and corporate engagement in the classroom all ensure that you gain the most relevant hands-on, real-world experience, broaden your skill set, and increase your opportunities for advancement in the Seattle jobs market and abroad.