Undergraduate: Architecture Architecture Studies Art: Art, Visual Studies Communication Studies Design: Graphic and Information, Interaction, Experience Game Art and Animation Games Journalism Landscape Architecture Media and Screen Studies Media Arts: Animation, Photography, Video Arts Music Technology (Portfolio no longer required) Music/Music Industry Studio Art *Portfolio Required Theatre Graduate:
Communication is a diverse discipline and every department is unique. At Northeastern, the Communication Studies curriculum was designed to achieve three distinct learning objectives: (1)Basic communication skills, including the ability to research a question, prepare and deliver a compelling speech, and think critically and write effectively (2)An understanding of the communication discipline including an appreciation of the history of communication studies, familiarity with important theoretical principles, and the ability to apply this knowledge to contemporary problems. (3)A distinct area of emphasis that distinguishes their major. Some of the more popular areas include argumentation and advocacy, organizational or health communication, digital communication, and media production.
Northeastern University offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture. The School of Architecture’s undergraduate curriculum links together the professional training necessary for a career in the field, but also the creative problem-solving and liberal arts preparation that is critical for navigating the challenges of today’s world.