Teach selected graduate courses in the Multidisciplinary Masters Degree programs. See website for details of programs: http://www.coe.neu.edu/graduate-school/multidisciplinary. Responsibilities include preparation of lectures, course materials, examinations, and evaluation of student performance in the course.
The Multidisciplinary Masters Degree suite of degree programs include:
MS in Information Systems focuses on the intersection of cutting-edge technology and business complexity with an emphasis on the art and science of designing intricate software applications especially in the areas of healthcare, security and privacy, auditing and compliance, business improvement and intelligence, as well as financial accountability. Courses include application engineering and development, engineering big-data systems, and engineering secure software systems.
MS in Computer Systems Engineering takes a socio‐technical, engineering approach to software. This engineering foundation enables students to embrace real‐world complexity as a golden opportunity, especially for the more technically advanced student. Faculty teach students to take advantage of new market dynamics triggered by the rising demand for practical solutions, for real people in their everyday lives, at the level of policy as well as process. Core courses include enterprise software design and software engineering.
MS in Data Architecture and Management is designed to prepare students for an evolving and growing field that marries business intelligence, data warehousing, and software engineering. Through a variety of courses we provide our students with holistic knowledge and technical skills to engineer data systems with challenging, complex requirements. Our strong data integration capabilities allow for data curation and aggregation. We seek to produce data engineers and analysts who possess the skills to access and interpret data in context to provide meaningful results to management.