A Boston-area private research university will open a satellite campus in South Lake Union in January, school officials announced Tuesday.
Northeastern University-Seattle will offer graduate programs in 15 areas, all related to science, technology, health care, business, education, policy and administration, according to a news release. It will be share a space at 401 Terry Ave. N. with the Institute for Systems Biology.
The school announced on Halloween it was exploring a move to Seattle, but it had not previously released details about its location or course offerings.
"As a nexus of innovation, South Lake Union is the ideal location for a global-research university like Northeastern," Tayloe Washburn, dean of the satellite location, said in the news release. "We are energized to bring a new nonprofit-research university to Seattle to assure that the companies and organizations in our region have the high-quality talent they need to grow and succeed."