| Total Grad Surveys || 14 |
| Females || 6 |
| Males || 8 |
| Avg years at University || 1.8 |
| I was left feeling very disappointed with the University and its administration. They do everything possible to sell their programs but once you are in, you're just a number. There is very little assistance (in general) for Graduate students because the attitude of the administration and faculty is "this is graduate school." That is what makes the school "Northeastern" as opposed to "Harvard" or "MIT." Those other schools go out of their way to make sure their students succeed as students and beyond. Beware of what Northeastern is trying to sell you! |
| Aug 07 2012 || Business - Management and Administration |
| Really great competitive atmosphere. Assignment and projects are made so challenging. Faculty is ready to help 24x7. Although I was an off-campus resident the university police made me feel safe. |
| Jan 01 2012 || Telecommunications |
| My GOD. Please read this carefully anyone who is even considering this god forsaken piece of shit they call a school. First off, the SHAFT, yes it is done very frequently, the admins will go out of their way to try to screw students up the ass. I tried to cancel my insurance which was, for some reason forced upon me despite the fact that i already had far superior coverage. It was a nightmare. I ended up sending a least 20 emails, making at least ten calls and visiting three different offices at least five times apiece. |
| Jul 14 2011 || Computer Engineering |
| DO NOT BOTHER GOING! |
| Oct 29 2010 || Chemical Engineering |
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY !!!|
Some prof's are fantastic- most are mediocre and the supporting staff/admin are morons.
GO SOMEWHERE ELSE !
| Jun 30 2010 || Computer Science |
The Masters Of IS program offers nothing new from Undergraduate programs and they curve grades. I've heard the same from another undergraduate student from my hometown that's transferred out of another program: in terms of grade curving. |
I would look at other private universities that have smaller class sizes, and that offer challenging programs(that give you a reason to want to do the coursework instead of repeating undergraduate work) that rely on your actual ability.
I went to an undergraduate program that didn't curve grades, reinforced teamwork(grade curving just introduces politics and backstabbing other students), and had challenging classes(they used end of year feedback in addition to test scores to determine if the program was good instead of a bell curve.)
It's a large university so the student body was a mix of friendly with a dash of arrogance.
| Jun 14 2010 || School of Information |
Hello, I was recently accepted as a graduate student in the M.S. in Engineering Management degree at NEU and I'm trying to decide between it and the program at Tufts.|
Does anyone have any info/insight into the MSEM program here at NEU?
I am leaning toward NEU simply based on the schedule flexibility (night classes, online classes) and that its got a great reputation for engineering. However, I've been able to find out very little information about the program, which has me a little bit unsure...
Can anyone help me out?
| Apr 12 2010 || Engineering Department |
I graduated with an MSME in 1989 GPA 3.7/4.0|
My graduate program was conducted nights while working full time days and raising a family. The ability to work in industry with good pay while attending graduate school at night made attaining a graduate degree possible. Of course such an experience is far from the reasearch assistant and full time student experience of many schools.
I feel my education has played a large role in my career.
I am currently working as a Sr. Principal Engineer, and have been granted 8 patents and have 2 publications since graduating.
| Aug 30 2005 || Mechanical Engineering |