- University leboea-bochabela
Ka leboea-bochabela University ke mokgatlo wa poraefete hore e thehiloe ka 1898.
ditefello tsa litefelo a University leboea-bochabela ke $45,000 (Aprox.).
Univesithing ea ka leboea-bochabela, liithuti tse fumane phihlelo mohlomong mosebetsi pele ho amohela mangolo a tsona. About 90 ba etsang liphesente tse ga kalogo ka leboea-bochabela ka ho feletseng, bonyane e profeshenale sebedisana op nakong mosebetsi oa bona k'holejeng, sebetsa hore e mong oa ho feta 2,000 boramesebetsi lefatšeng ka bophara, tse kang GEICO le MTV. Liithuti Tsa ka khetha ho tlatsa tekanyo ea bona lilemo tse 'nè, le le monyetla oa ho ba babeli sebedisana ops, kapa lilemo tse hlano, ho haha ka nako bakeng tharo sebedisana ops. Ka ntle ho sekolo le mosebetsing, ba bangata ho feta 300 melangoana le mekhatlo bakeng sa baithuti, ho akarelletsa hoo e ka bang 25 fraternities le sororities. The ka leboea-bochabela Huskies phehisana ka NCAA Division I ea Bokolone Athletic Conference. Ho feta 3,000 liithuti tse phehisana nakong tlelapa le intramural dipapadi ho bophahamo ba. Freshmen le sophomores lokela ho phela ka ho khamphaseng. khamphaseng leboea-bochabela e hasana ka mose 73 acres toropong halalelang la k'holejeng ea Boston. Ka leboea-bochabela na setopong ba lona tsamaisong tsamaeang ka tlas'a lefatše Boston o, ka tloaelo a bitsoang T. motse, malapeng hobane ba likolecheng mengata, e qoetse historing American le e feletseng ea mesebetsi bakeng sa baithuti.
Yunivesithi e fumaneng dithuso etsa lipatlisiso hefty selemo le selemo ho tloha National Science Foundation le litsi Sechaba ea Bophelo, hammoho le Mafapha ea Homeland Security, Matla le Defense. Ga kalogo le ba fumaneng mangolo ka tsela e tšoanang ka fumana ithutele, le merero ea batho ba bangata teng ka Research sa selemo le selemo, Popontshwa le lihlapiso Expo. tsa baithuti ba hlokomelehang kenyeletsa puo bontsha neng a amohetse moeti Wendy Williams le-sepakapakeng Albert Sacco. Napster mothehi Shawn Fanning teng empa o ne a sa qeta ka leboea-bochabela.
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College of Arts, Media and Design
The College of Arts, Media and Design is a vibrant community of scholars, makers, and practitioners dedicated to exploration and innovation in communication, boqapi ba bona, and the arts.
D’Amore-McKim School of Business
Ho tloha ho thehoeng eona 1922, we have pushed ahead on all aspects of our mission: ho ruta, ho etsa lipatlisiso, outreach, and impact on business practice.
College of Computer and Information Science
Educational programs combine computing with an important application domain, such as health or security.
College of Engineering
Specializing in engineering research and education, particularly in the energy, tikoloho, health and security fields.
Bouvé College of Health Science
Educating the next generation of leaders in healthcare and biomedical research.
Sekolo sa Molao
The School of Law prepares future lawyers through rigorous coursework and our unparalleled Cooperative Legal Education Program, which provides four, full-time work experiences with employers throughout the world.
College of Professional Studies
Internationally recognized as a leader in providing programs for working professionals. We’re focused on you, the student; your needs, your interest, and your goals.
College of Science
Giving students a deep understanding of emerging fields such as chemical biology, cognition and neuroscience, environmental and marine science, Biochemistry, nanoscience, and network science.
College of Social Sciences and Humanities
Explore intrinsic questions about human nature and behavior, the organization and functioning of societies and cultures, and how humans seek to shape the world they share.
Program for Undeclared Students
Our signature programs in experiential learning are integral ways for our undeclared students to explore their interests in careers as well as majors.
The Evening Institute for Younger Men, located at the Huntington Avenue YMCA, held its first class on October 3, 1898, starting what would transform into Northeastern University over the course of four decades. The School of Law was formally established that year with the assistance of an Advisory Committee, consisting of Dean James Barr Ames of the Harvard University School of Law, Dean Samuel Bennett of the Boston University School of Law, and Judge James R. Dunbar. ka 1903, the first Automobile Engineering School in the country was established followed by the School of Commerce and Finance in 1907. Day classes began in 1909. ka 1916, a bill was introduced into the Massachusetts Legislature to incorporate the institute as Northeastern College. After considerable debate and investigation it was passed in March 1916.
On March 30, 1917, Frank Palmer Speare was inaugurated as the new College’s first President. Five years later the school changed its name to University leboea-bochabela to better reflect the increasing depth of its instruction. ka March 1923, the University secured general degree granting power from the Legislature, with the exception of the A.B., the S.B., and the medical degrees.
The College of Liberal Arts was added in 1935. Two years later the Northeastern University Corporation was established, with a board of trustees composed of 31 University members and 8 from the YMCA. ka 1948 Northeastern separated itself completely from the YMCA.
Following World War II Northeastern began admitting women. In the postwar educational boom the University created the College of Education (1953), University College (now called the College of Professional Studies) (1960), and the Colleges of Pharmacy and Nursing (1964) (later combined into the Bouvé College of Health Sciences). The College of Criminal Justice (1967) followed, then the College of Computer Science (1982) (since renamed the College of Computer and Information Science).
By the early 1980s the one-time night commuter school had grown to nearly 60,000 enrollees. By 1989-1990 University enrollment had reduced to about 40,000 feletseng, ea nakoana, and evening students, le ka 1990 the first class with more live-on-campus than commuter students was graduated. Following the retirement of President Kenneth Ryder 1989 the University adopted a slow and more thoughtful approach to change. tsa histori, it had been accepting between 7,500 le 10,000 students per year based on applications of about 15,000 ho 20,000 with acceptance rates between 50% le 75% depending on program. Attrition rates were huge, le 25% freshmen dropout rate and graduation rate below 50%, with only 40% ea 5,672 undergraduate full-time day students enrolled in the Fall of 1984 graduating by 1989.
When President John Curry left office in 1996 the university population had been systematically reduced to about 25,000. Incoming President Richard Freeland decided to focus on recruiting the type of students who were already graduating as the school’s prime demographic. In the early 1990s, the university cut its freshman class size from around 4,500 students to 2,800 in order to become more selective, and began a $485 million construction program that included residence halls, academic and research facilities, and athletic centers. pakeng tsa 1996 le 2006 average SAT scores increased more than 200 lintlha, retention rates rose dramatically, and applications doubled.
During the University’s transition, students experienced a reorganization of the co-operative education system to better integrate classroom learning with workplace experience. Full-time degree programs shifted from a four-quarter system to two traditional semesters and two summer “minimesters”, allowing students to both delve more deeply into their academic courses and experience longer, more substantive co-op placements.
Throughout the transformation, President Freeland’s oft-repeated goal was to crack the Top 100 of the U.S. News & World Report’srankings. With this accomplished by 2005 the transformation from commuting school to national research university was complete. Freeland stepped down on August 15, 2006 and was replaced by Dr. Joseph Aoun, a former dean at the University of Southern California.Aoun implemented a decentralized management model, giving university deans more control over their budgets, faculty hiring decisions, and fundraising.
As part of a five-year, $75 million Academic Investment Plan that ran from 2004 le 2009 the University concentrated on undergraduate education, core graduate professional programs, and centers of research excellence. Faculty was originally to be bolstered by 100 new tenured and tenure-track professors, later expanded to include 300 additional tenure and tenure-track faculty in interdisciplinary fields. Aoun also placed more emphasis on improving community relations by reaching out to leaders of the neighborhoods surrounding the university. Holim'a moo, Aoun has created more academic partnerships with other institutions in the Boston area, including Tufts, Hebrew College and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Nakong ena, Northeastern has advanced in national rankings. It placed 42nd in the 2014-15 U.S. News & Tlaleha World’'s “Best Colleges Guide”, e 7 position jump from 2013-2014 and a 27 place gain just since 2010-2011. Some have argued that Northeastern’s recent rise in the rankings shows that the university has “cracked the code” to academic rankings, while others have suggested that it has figured out how to “game the system”.
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