Washington probably provides more opportunities per square mile than any other BU program. It’s an obvious choice for international relations and political science majors, but internship possibilities of all sorts abound in this capital city.
Students enthuse about the depth of experience and insight their professors bring to the classroom, as well as people they get to meet and places they get to go in this capital city.
Students live and take classes at the new BU Washington, DC Academic Center which is located in the city’s northwest quadrant. Students live in suites with six double bedrooms on a floor, a common area, and a fully furnished kitchen, Each room is equipped with Internet access and cable television access at no additional charge. The center is near the majority of government agencies and bureaus, national and international cultural attractions, and national historical landmarks. Visit the Washington, DC website.
Places to visit include visits to the many museums, tourist sites, and cultural attractions in the DC area, as well as father away to Baltimore, Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
Management students can participate in a special dedicated management internship track, while the summer event management program is specially designed for hospitality students.
Programs in Washington, DC
Students work and study in the political and media center of the United States.
Tags: English Speaking, Fall, Internship, Spring, Undergraduate
Focus: Advertising, Art & Architecture, Business & Management, Communication, Economics, Environmental Studies, Film & Television, Finance, Health & Human Services, History, Hospitality Administration, International Relations, Journalism, Marketing, Mass Communication, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, Public Relations
Students spend ten weeks studying and interning in the nation’s capital.
Tags: Internship, Summer
Focus: Advertising, Business & Management, Communication, Economics, Environmental Studies, Film & Television, Finance, Health & Human Services, History, Hospitality Administration, Journalism, Mass Communication, Political Science, Psychology, Public Relations
This program offers students a chance to cover Washington, DC, for New England news outlets with full professional credentials.
Tags: English Speaking, Fall, Internship, Offers Graduate Credit, Spring, Undergraduate