Addendum

The Addendum features new programs—and changes to programs—that receive approval after the academic year Bulletin is published. Items in the Addendum will be included in the next academic year’s Bulletin.

College of Arts & Sciences

The largest college at BU—with more than 20 departments—CAS is where you’ll find undergraduate programs in the humanities, natural and computational sciences, and social sciences.

College of Fine Arts

CFA’s three schools—Music, Theatre, and Visual Arts—form an intense, dynamic arts community combining professional, individualized training at the graduate and undergraduate levels with collaborative work that increasingly crosses departments and schools.

Graduate Medical Sciences

Emphasizing research and graduate education in the biomedical sciences, GMS offers 33 fields of study—including interdisciplinary programs in many areas—leading to master’s, PhD, or MD/PhD degrees as well as certificates.

Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine

SDM offers the Doctor of Dental Medicine (a traditional four-year and advanced-standing two-year) and advanced certificates and degrees, such as CAGS, MSD, DSc, and DScD, in all recognized specialties. Qualified undergrads can enroll in the seven-year program to earn a BA or BS from CAS and a DMD.

Questrom School of Business

The Questrom School of Business’s curricula emphasize digital technologies, health and life sciences, and energy and the environment. Undergraduates can earn a BSBA, while graduate students choose from MS, MBA, PhD, and dual degree programs.

School of Public Health

Students pursue different levels and approaches to their comprehensive public health studies, from professional master’s and doctoral degrees to specialized academic MS and PhD programs. Certificate and dual degree programs with other BU graduate schools are also available.

Wheelock College of Education & Human Development

Undergraduates immerse themselves in cross-disciplinary coursework in education and human development before selecting a specialized pathway in their junior year, while graduate students choose from among more than 20 programs in teacher preparation, educational leadership & policy studies, counseling, applied human development, and child life.

Study Abroad

BU Study Abroad offers students from Boston University more than 70 academic and internship programs in more than 15 countries spanning six continents. Boston University Study Abroad offers excellent, innovative, and diverse cross-cultural learning experiences for all students. Our study abroad programs cultivate the intellectual, professional, and personal qualities necessary for success in an increasingly interconnected world.