Boston–Charles River Campus
Conveniently located in Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood, the Charles River Campus is Boston University’s main campus—and home to the majority of Metropolitan College’s evening programs.
Designed for working students, the BS in Management Studies is also offered in an Accelerated Degree Completion format of evening and weekend courses in Boston.
Recognizing that mathematical expertise is more important than ever, particularly in the computer and high-technology arenas, the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mathematics prepares students for employment in the mathematical sciences or for future study.
Medical information security certification covers methods and skills needed to design & build secure patient data systems.
The Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) in Philosophy focuses on Western philosophy and a thorough understanding of the systematic foundation of philosophical views. Philosophy degree students learn logic, languages, and the exegesis of texts and arguments.
Metropolitan College, in conjunction with the College of Arts & Sciences, offers the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Pre-Medical Studies. This certificate permits those with bachelor’s degrees to pursue the course requirements for admission to medical school and other health career programs.
Excellent preparation for PMP exam and international project management certifications such as IPMA and IT Project + certification. Program options include a convenient online study format.
The MS in Project Management program is Accredited by the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Global Accreditation Center, AACSB International, and the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) Program Accreditation System (EPAS).
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology exposes students to a broad range of thinking about psychology, provides opportunities for research experience, and prepares graduates for a number of vocations or professional and graduate training programs.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Sociology develops strong analytic skills and a broad knowledge of human relations and social systems. The discipline provides useful tools for a variety of careers in law, business, social work, criminal justice, and policy impact analysis, among others.
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.