The Galante Engineering Business Program

 

Empowering Leaders Through Community and Purposeful Engagement

Eligibility

Requirements

HOW TO APPLY

About Our

Program

Northeastern University’s Galante Engineering Business Program offers a progressive opportunity for engineering students to complement their technical engineering education with business skills by earning a graduate certificate in engineering business. Galante is founded on the values of student engagement and leadership to strengthen interpersonal and professional skills. Programmatic elements are offered to students such as workshops, speaker series, site visits, seminars, and other related personal and professional development activities as a connected cohort.

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Why become a galante fellow?

Program Benefits

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Earn a Master's Degree and a Certificate

Galante courses count towards both the master’s degree and an Engineering Business Certificate.

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Gain Valuable Business Skills

The program provides a strong business-based engineering curriculum, offers programmatic enrichment, and professional development events each semester.

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Leadership and Engagement

Fellows participate in different leadership positions and engagement opportunities to strengthen professional and personal skills.

Prepare for an MBA

Fellows gain advanced standing and knowledge in Business and are well equipped to pursue an MBA.

Mentorship

Fellows are paired with mentors that offer advice, guidance, and support on navigating academic and professional matters.

Training Grants

Fellows are financially supported to seek certifications and professional
development training (up to $1000).

Networking

Fellows are invited to exclusive dinners and events with industry professionals where they can network.

Community

Fellows benefit from the camaraderie of a connected cohort, fun social events, and a place to feel at home!

COMMUNITY

Featured Fellows

The Galante Engineering Business Program was founded on the values of student leadership and engagement. Therefore, members of the Galante community are interviewed throughout the semester to shed light on their professional and personal achievements.  

Heather Gerstley

Heather Gerstley

Heather Gerstley is a fifth-year student at Northeastern University graduating this December with a Bachelor’s Degree in Bioengineering and a Master’s degree in Engineering Management.

Elise O’Reilly

Elise O’Reilly

Elise O’Reilly is a fifth-year student at Northeastern and will graduate this May with a bachelor’s in industrial engineering and master’s in engineering management.

Luis Ye Fung

Luis Ye Fung

Luis Ye Fung has been a Galante Fellow since the summer of 2020. This May, Fung will graduate from Northeastern with his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering and master’s degree in Engineering Management.

Heather Gerstley

Heather Gerstley

Heather Gerstley is a fifth-year student at Northeastern University graduating this December with a Bachelor’s Degree in Bioengineering and a Master’s degree in Engineering Management.

Heather Gerstley

Heather Gerstley

Heather Gerstley is a fifth-year student at Northeastern University graduating this December with a Bachelor’s Degree in Bioengineering and a Master’s degree in Engineering Management.

Elise O’Reilly

Elise O’Reilly

Elise O’Reilly is a fifth-year student at Northeastern and will graduate this May with a bachelor’s in industrial engineering and master’s in engineering management.

Galante in numbers

Program Metrics

We believe that numbers speak louder than words and we are proud to have statistics put together by our very own Galante Data Analytics team. 

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Fellows in Leadership Roles

Industries with Galante Alumni

Average Undergraduate GPA

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Fellows with 2+ Co-Ops

Ratio of Female to Male Fellows

Average Graduate GPA