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The Accelerated Degree Completion Program (ADCP) is uniquely designed to match the energy and talents of individuals who have risen in their profession without having completed their bachelor’s degree.
The Boston University Metropolitan College Master of Science (MS) in Actuarial Science gives you the skills to become a successful actuary. You’ll gain a solid academic foundation through specialized courses in actuarial science, statistics, finance, and related fields. Concentrations include Insurance and Mathematical Finance.
The Master of Science in Administrative Studies (MSAS) is a multidisciplinary program designed to provide the opportunity for focused graduate study in one of five specialized or industry-specific areas of interest.
Develop career building skills in finance, financial markets and institutions with a concentration in financial economics at Boston University Metropolitan College.
Tourism management studies in Boston prepare students to analyze and understand tourism market area strengths and weaknesses.
Develop skills in electronic business, e-commerce technology and more with a concentration in e-commerce from Boston University Metropolitan College.
With innovation and technology management and new product development courses, Boston University Metropolitan College can help you achieve your career goals.
Gain a well-rounded understanding of the cultural, financial, geopolitical, and other dynamics of multinational commerce at Boston University Metropolitan College.
MS in Advertising is a part-time professional program offering convenient, evening courses that combine core advertising fundamentals with the latest interactive multimedia and web marketing techniques.
The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) in Art History at BU’s Metropolitan College combines study in the humanities and social sciences, and complements the natural sciences. The Art History degree program prepares students for careers at museums, galleries, educational institutions, and architectural and planning firms, as well as publishing and municipal or state cultural programs.