International Programs

International Programs at the College of Professional Studies

We offer many programs for international students who wish to study in the U.S. as well as students from around the world interested in a Northeastern education. With study centers in Australia, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and a rich, multicultural campus in Boston, we are truly a global institution.

The following programs are suitable for students who wish to come to Northeastern and study full time on a student visa on our Boston campus. For more information regarding the admissions process based on your current situation, please visit the International Admissions page.

Programs that Meet International Visa Requirements

Master's Programs


Commerce and Economic Development

Corporate and Organizational Communication

Digital Media

Enterprise Intelligence

Global Studies and International Relations

Homeland Security



Nonprofit Management

Project Management

Regulatory Affairs for Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices

Sports Leadership with a concentration in Professional Sports Administration (Fall term only)


Graduate Certificate Programs

Cloud Computing Application and Management

Cross-Cultural Communication

Digital Media Management

Domestic Biopharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs

Financial Markets and Institutions

Global Student Mobility

Global Studies and International Relations

Human Resources Management

Human-Centered Informatics

Information Security Management

International Biopharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs


Medical Device Regulatory Affairs

Nonprofit Management

Organizational Communication

Project Management


Bachelor's Completion Programs

Biological Science


Computer Engineering Technology

Electrical Engineering Technology

Finance and Accounting Management

Finance and Accounting Management: Global Classroom

Health Science

Information Technology

Information Technology: Global Classroom


Leadership: Global Classroom

Liberal Studies


Management: Global Classroom

Mechanical Engineering Technology