sisu, is it your intention to become a licensed architect? If so, then you need to understand that in order to do that, you would have to go to Northeastern for 6 years vs. 5 years at Temple.
The B.Ss in architecture offered by NEU is not accredited by the NAAB (National Architectural Accrediting Board) and therefore would not make you eligible to sit for the architectural licensing exam. After earning your BS degree at NEU, you would have to continue on to get a M.Arch. degree (which is usually a 2-year program) in order to take the exam. You could continue on at NEU -- its M.Arch. program is accredited -- or you could get your masters at another accredited school.
On the other hand, Temple's 5-year B.Arch program is NAAB-accredited, so you would not need another degree to take the licensing exam. (Temple also offers a 4-year B.S. degree in architecture that -- like NEU's -- is not accredited by the NAAB.)
If you don't plan on being a practicing architect and only want a B.S. degree in architecture, then the Temple and NEU programs are comparable. But if you do want to get your license, then you need to think about that extra year of school.