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Advanced Information Technology Graduate Certificate at BU MET. Fast track your career with information technology certification. Also available online or in the blended, eLive format.
The Graduate Certificate in Applied Sustainability is a unique interdisciplinary look at what it takes to make urban and economic development compatible with the natural environment.
The Graduate Certificate in Arts Administration serves the many practicing and aspiring arts professionals who do not have the time or resources to commit to a full program of graduate study, or may already possess a graduate degree in another field. This certificate may be of particular interest to experienced professionals in related fields who are considering a career change.
The certificate in Computer Networks offers a broad foundation in information technology, along with an in-depth exploration of computer data communication and modern networking.
Database design, data mining, data warehousing, & business intelligence courses. Earn a certificate in database management in Boston, online, or in the blended, eLive format.
This specialized graduate certificate program in digital forensics is also available online and through eLive blended programs that combine online study with on-campus IT courses in Boston.
The Graduate Certificate in Electronic Commerce, Systems & Technology provides specialized study in e-commerce technology, e-business applications, security issues, and more.
Financial Markets & Institutions Graduate Certificate through BU MET in Boston. Specialized study in the areas of finance, analysis, and financial institutions. Graduate Certificate in Financial Markets & Institutions options include an online study format.
The Food Studies certificate program at Boston University’s Metropolitan College provides a solid foundation in gastronomy—and can be tailored to focus on food-related areas such as business, communication, history and culture, or policy.
Many nonprofit organizations today face challenging financial circumstances. Reduced government and foundation support, increased competition among nonprofits and the private sector, and general economic uncertainty have all played a role in creating an environment of financial instability.