Emergency BU Alert Boston University's Charles River Campus is cancelling evening classes on Monday, February 8, 2016. All academic and administrative activities (e.g. classes, seminars and meetings) that are scheduled to take place before 5:00 PM will meet as scheduled. Academic and administrative operations that are normally scheduled to occur after 5:00 PM will be cancelled. For detailed information on the Boston University Medical Campus, please go to: http://www.bu.edu/ehs/comm Please note: Employees in essential services must report as scheduled. Essential services include, but are not limited to, University Police, Facilities Management and Planning, University Dining Services, University Mail Services, Student Health Services, Environmental Health & Safety and Network Services. For the latest information please go to: http://www.bu.edu/today

To Savor and Inspire

Boston University’s Metropolitan College Programs in Food & Wine put you face-to-face with some of the most talented chefs, mixologists, wine experts, and food industry veterans from Boston and beyond. A variety of Seminars in Food & Wine enable you to experience wine tastings and cooking demonstrations with star chefs, or partake in a variety of special events with renowned cookbook authors and culinary experts. We also offer select, hands-on cooking seminars for adults—and Cooking Up Culture events for kids.

In addition, you’ll find professional certificate programs offering in-depth, hands-on knowledge to prepare you for the high standards and demands of the food profession:

Certificate programs in Food & Wine are noncredit, but with approval can be applied for course waivers in the Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy at BU’s Metropolitan College. Students and professionals seeking to enhance their credentials may also be interested in a 16-credit graduate certificate in Food Studies.

There’s a place for you at our table. Please join us for an educational, entertaining, and delicious semester of programs to feed body and soul.

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