Graduate Programs at BU
The reasons for selecting Boston University for graduate school are many, including its outstanding faculty and facilities, a welcoming and diverse community of students, and a place among the very finest hub of colleges and universities in the country.
The BU Charles River Campus contains a wealth of outstanding, modern facilities, including a new $80 million photonics research center. Our engineering and science laboratories are constantly being upgraded to the state-of-the-art. A $42 million Life Sciences building is under construction with the aid of a $14 million Leadership Award grant from the Whitaker Foundation. The building will house biomedical engineers, biologists, bioinformatics researchers, and chemists. These facilities are supported by a network of supercomputers, high performance, computer laboratories, and a wide selection of UNIX, PC and Mac computing laboratories.
Boston University offers a wide selection of PhD programs in the sciences, mathematics, and engineering, including: