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 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.
The Financial Management graduate certificate at BU’s Metropolitan College is ideal for those interested in a financial services career, providing skills that can be applied to positions in cash management, capital budgeting, and risk management.
Develop career building skills in global finance, corporate finance, international financial markets, and investment analysis with a master’s in financial management at Boston University Metropolitan College.
The MS in Financial Management concentration in International Finance looks at foreign exchange risk, transaction and translation exposure, and corporate strategy and foreign direct investment, preparing graduates to excel at credit risk evaluation, quantitative security selection, risk measurement and mitigation, cash management, and understanding the impact of foreign exchange rates on cost of capital and budgeting.
The MS in Financial Management concentration in Investment Analysis examines investment strategies, asset valuation, and investment management, preparing graduates to excel at a variety of careers in finance involving analysis and valuation of financial assets, as well as risk management.
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.
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 focus area in Business students develop the managerial, financial, marketing, and gastronomic skills needed for a successful career.
The Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy focus area in Communication offers a critical analysis of food and culture in print, film, photography, television, the visual arts, and digital media.
The Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy focus area in Food Policy combines the study of food history and culture with an activist’s dedication to changing the world, providing the social-scientific background to influence and direct public food policy.