Northeastern’s graduate campus in Charlotte, North Carolina is adding nine degree programs to its curriculum this fall, according to university officials.
Northeastern University -- Charlotte will offer seven new master’s degrees and the first two doctoral degrees, campus officials said in a statement. The campus, which opened in 2011, currently has 17 degree programs, including master of education, master of public administration, master of science in finance, and master of science in criminal justice.
“Northeastern University provides high-demand graduate programs aligned with the needs of industry in region and around the world,” Dr. Cheryl Richards, chief executive officer and regional dean of Northeastern University–Charlotte said in the statement. “We are committed to educating and empowering tomorrow’s leaders as they seek the ability to effect meaningful change in their careers.”
In a separate statement issued by Northeastern University’s main campus, the school said that the new degrees are all existing programs at Northeastern. Degree programs at Northeastern’s graduate campus follow a “hybrid delivery” model, which incorporates both online and classroom learning.
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