The Addendum features new programs—and changes to programs—that receive approval after the academic year Bulletin is published. Items in the Addendum will be included in the next academic year’s Bulletin.

Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

With nearly 40 areas of humanities, natural and computational sciences, and social sciences to choose from, GRS is home to approximately 1,800 graduate degree candidates and faculty from many schools and colleges at BU.

College of Fine Arts

CFA’s three schools—Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts—form an intense, dynamic arts community combining professional, individualized training at the graduate and undergraduate levels with collaborative work that increasingly crosses departments and schools.

Metropolitan College

Choose from more than 60 full- and part-time degree and certificate programs, as well as noncredit courses of study and an undergraduate degree completion program. On-campus, online, and blended programs in fields as varied as literature, computer science, management, criminal justice, and gastronomy—to name a few—are available to MET students.

School of Education

Grads and undergrads choose a concentration from more than 20 areas, including early childhood education, higher education, counseling, and policy. The school’s many collaborative arrangements provide myriad professional training and practica opportunities.

School of Hospitality Administration

Bachelor of Science candidates get a solid liberal arts background along with professional training in the hospitality industry, including internships and study abroad. Students may earn a BS or a combined BS/MLA in Gastronomy with Metropolitan College.

School of Law

JD and LLM departments offer a range of programs and specializations, including American law, intellectual property law, banking and financial law, and tax law, as well as several dual degree programs with other BU schools and colleges.

Questrom School of Business

The Questrom School of Business’s curricula emphasize digital technologies, health and life sciences, and energy and the environment. Undergraduates can earn a BSBA, while graduate students choose from MS, MBA, PhD, and dual degree programs.

School of Public Health

Students pursue different levels and approaches to their comprehensive public health studies, from professional master’s and doctoral degrees to specialized academic MS and PhD programs. Certificate and dual-degree programs with other BU graduate schools are also available.

School of Theology

This graduate professional school offers an array of programs at the master’s and doctoral levels, preparing students for ministries and vocations that foster personal and social transformation. The School emphasizes community principles of love, justice, safety, rights, responsibilities, and respect.