Computer Science & Information Technology
As increasingly complex systems evolve, the world will depend upon people who understand how these systems work—as well as those who can continue to develop new software and applications. Technology is already interwoven into every industry, and is integral to libraries, schools, hospitals, transportation, business, technology, science, project management, security, travel, video game design, and many other areas.
The future of IT is full of possibility for those with quality credentials in the field.
Metropolitan College offers a broad range of information technology degrees and certificates in the area of information technology. Whether you take class during the evening on our Boston campus, study online, or enroll in one of our blended programs, you get top-quality faculty with measurable achievements in their fields. Plus, we offer the preparation you need to succeed in the industry—whether you want to enhance your career, or change it.
A National Center of Academic Excellence
Boston University has been designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education and Research by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security. Our IT degrees are certified by the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS). The MS in Computer Information Systems is accredited by the Project Management Institute Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC).
The Metropolitan College Software Development master’s degree program is intended for anyone who wants to be employed as a developer of software or who wants to dramatically improve their software development capabilities. The degree is also for those who want to move through the developer role and manage developers.
This graduate certificate in software engineering develops skills to design & build health care data systems.
Plan, design, and implement C++ and Java software applications. Advance your software engineering career with a graduate certificate in software development at Boston University Metropolitan College.
Graduate telecommunication degree program integrates knowledge of the computer science, engineering, managerial, and legal aspects of telecommunication.
The MS in Telecommunication concentration in Security provides knowledge of emerging security threats and approaches for implementing highly secure networks.
The graduate certificate in web application development provides coverage of client-side and server-side development. Advance your career with web application development certification in Boston.