Administrative Sciences at BU’s Metropolitan College: Solving the Industry Challenges of Tomorrow
To excel in the fast-evolving global business environment, you must have the critical-thinking and problem-solving skills to take on unexpected challenges and spearhead new strategies—independently and as part of multiple varieties of teams.
Master the Elements of Success at Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET)
BU MET’s Department of Administrative Sciences offers specialized academic programs along with rich opportunities to enhance your career and professional networks. Here, you will find the powerful combination of rigorous education, diverse perspectives, and practical acumen necessary to develop a sustainably successful career in today’s competitive marketplace.
Flexible and Affordable BU Education
Part-time or full-time schedules on campus plus highly ranked online programs—with the option to combine formats as you choose—ensure that you can learn in ways that accommodate your busy life. Financial aid and scholarship opportunities help make a Boston University education accessible.
Classroom Connection to Industry
At BU MET, you study alongside other adults and professionals from around the US and the world, which means valuable exposure to business insight, diverse cultural perspectives, and ever-expanding networks to benefit your knowledge and career. Our faculty also bring to class years of pertinent industry experience to share with you.
First-Rate Business and Management Education You Can Put to Work
Our forward-looking graduate and undergraduate programs provide practical skills and rigorous scholarship that you can apply directly in your career. Faculty comprising published researchers and current practitioners in the field provide the academic underpinnings and practical, hands-on expertise essential to success. You also have access to research opportunities alongside faculty through assistantships and other collaborations.
Academic Support and Resources
Our faculty are dedicated to your success. Our online courses have a student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1, with a highly qualified facilitator for every group of students. Along with advising services and career resources, you also have access to BU’s wide range of seminars, symposia, and other academic presentations that ensure you are engaged with peers in the community.
Marcelle M. Malagón Báez
Class of 2020
MS in Project Management
Passionate about project management, Marcelle has just obtained a PM master’s degree from Boston University. Marcelle is originally from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, where she worked in a variety of projects within the manufacturing and service industry including water, hygiene, and sanitation. She is now looking for her next experience after completing her master’s. Above all, Marcelle is eager to learn from new experiences in order to contribute to the overall growth of a business!
Abiy Eshetu, PMP
Class of 2019
MS in Supply Chain Management, Logistics Management Concentration
“The program offers a good balance of theoretical concepts with real and practical applications. The professors have many years of industry experience and enjoy sharing both the positive and negative aspects of the topic under discussion.”