Boston Studies

Boston University is proud to be "Boston's university." Utilizing Boston as a classroom, the Boston Studies series explores the city's rich resources in art, history, geography, sociology, and ecology. Each course in this series combines classroom lectures with dynamic field experiences throughout the city.

Metropolitan College

History of Boston

MET HI 373

Provides an overview of the evolution and development of Boston, and examines Boston's unique cultures as manifested in religious, political, social, and aesthetic thought and events. 4 cr. Tuition: $2560

Summer 2 (July 6-August 10)