Northeastern University College of Engineering

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Northeastern University College of Engineering
Established 1909
Type Private
Dean Nadine Aubry
Academic staff
137[1]
Undergraduates 1,556[2]
Postgraduates 2,435[3]
Location Boston, MA, USA
42°20′18.3″N 71°5′19.8″W / 42.338417°N 71.088833°W / 42.338417; -71.088833Coordinates: 42°20′18.3″N 71°5′19.8″W / 42.338417°N 71.088833°W / 42.338417; -71.088833
Website www.coe.neu.edu

The College of Engineering ("COE") is one of the nine colleges of Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.[4] The college offers Bachelor of Science ("B.S."), Master of Science ("M.S."), and doctoral degrees in various Engineering fields, as well as undergraduate and graduate degrees in interdisciplinary, engineering-related fields. The college currently consists of


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Northeastern engineers lead the way in interdisciplinary research. Collaborations with biologists, chemists, physicists, geologists, and physicians are producing new answers to problems like tumor detection, soil remediation, and emissions control. Explorations with industrial partners are making better, smarter products in industries from telecommunications to automotive manufacturing.

The College of Engineering is home to eight primary research centers:

In addition to these centers, COE has several major research initiatives and laboratories.


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