3 Keys to Changing Your Career

July 25, 2018
5-6 pm EST

Next Term Starts

July 9 (Graduate)
July 2 (Undergraduate)

Registration Dates

Apr 23-July 22 (Graduate)
Feb 5-July 9 (Undergraduate)

Watch the College of Professional Studies' May 11, 2018 graduation here.

 

Find Your Passion, then Follow Through—

with these Professional Degree Programs that Emphasize Experience. 

Make a difference where you live and work.

Prepare for a leadership role — through research-driven experiences that combine theory and practice. 

EdD Faculty: Leaders in their fields—eager to share their knowledge and experience.

Our faculty are passionate about teaching and experienced in shaping the direction of education.
 

Study in the U.S. and gain a global perspective.

Students from across the globe are always welcome and encouraged to study in Boston or one of our four regional campuses. 

Support when and where you need it—with Global Student Success (GSS).

Find International student support here—from tutoring to faculty preparation and more.

In-demand and top-rated: graduate programs designed for your professional growth.

Pursue a new field or advance your existing career—online, on-ground, or hybrid.

Complete an essential milestone—your bachelor's degree.

Begin your bachelor's degree or complete one you've started.

Discover how a science program can accelerate your career.

Do more and go further with an in-demand Bachelor's Completion degree in STEM fields.

Which STEM program is best for your career strategy?

Earning an undergraduate science degree through the Lowell Institute School is easier than you think.

35% Higher Salary

Advanced degree holders earn a salary 35% higher than those with a bachelor’s degree. 

85% of Jobs Filled through Networking

The vast majority of open positions are landed by networking.

$10,000 More Annually

Advanced degree holders earn roughly $10,000 more per year.

3,200+ Employer Network

3000+ Employer Partners in the Northeastern Network