Douglas Chamberlain (MET’74, GSM’76) President and Chief Executive Officer of Appleton Partners Founder,
Metropolitan College graduate programs offer the exemplary, in-depth education you seek—whether your objective is personal enrichment or professional advancement. Plus, you can choose to study full-time or part-time in the evening, online, or in our blended eLive format.
It’s true that a Boston University graduate degree can greatly enhance your career. But you can also gain valuable, industry-specific skills with one of our many four-course graduate certificates. In most cases, you can transfer graduate certificate credits into MET master’s degree programs. You may take up to two graduate courses before choosing a program.
Discover the wide range of graduate programs available at MET.
Specialize in information system security and network security with a Computer Information System graduate degree from Boston University Metropolitan College.
The blended, eLive Master of Science in Computer Information Systems concentration in Security provides in-depth knowledge of emerging security threats and solutions to prepare technical leaders to identify, develop, and implement highly secure systems and networks that support organizational goals.
The Master of Science in Computer Information Systems concentration in Web Application Development introduces the fundamental concepts of web applications, providing a comprehensive coverage of both client-side and server-side development.
Graduate computer science degree program with software engineering, database management and other courses intended for computer professionals and others seeking career advancement.
The Master of Science in Computer Science concentration in Computer Networks provides students with a broad foundation in information technology (IT), and an in-depth understanding of computer data communication and modern networking.
Specialize in information security and advance your network security career with a computer science graduate degree with a concentration in security from Boston University Metropolitan College.
The Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ) program is for those who wish to enter or advance a criminal justice career, especially those considering advanced studies or administration and research in the area of criminal justice.
A unique, multidisciplinary program, the Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) in Gastronomy encompasses the arts, the humanities, and the natural and social sciences. Students in the program examine the role of food in historical and contemporary societies from a variety of perspectives.
Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy concentration in Business students develop the managerial, financial, marketing, and gastronomic skills needed for a successful career.
The Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy concentration in Communication offers a critical analysis of food and culture in print, film, photography, television, the visual arts, and digital media.