Career support at Boston University is a community of careers offices, both specialized and general, as well as additional resources. Students at the schools/colleges listed below have access to the associated specialized career office as well as the CCD. Employers are welcome to connect with the career office(s) that best fit their recruiting needs, whether general or highly targeted.
University-Wide Career Support
Center for Career Development
Serving undergraduate and graduate students and alumni from all schools/colleges. In addition, the CCD is the primary career center for students from the following:
- College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (includes computer science, economics, liberal arts, life sciences, and social sciences)
- College of Fine Arts
- College of General Studies
- College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College
- Faculty of Computing and Data Sciences
- Pardee School of Global Studies
- School of Social Work
- School of Theology
- Wheelock College of Education and Human Development
A Note on Student/Alumni Eligibility
- Students (both full-time and part-time) in and alumni of on-campus degree programs are eligible for all services, events, and resources.
- Students (both full-time and part-time) in and alumni of online degree programs are eligible for all services, events, and resources with the exception of appointments (both career counseling and document reviews) and on-campus interviews.
- Exchange students are welcome to utilize the information available on our public website and blog and are welcome to attend CCD on-campus career fairs.
- Students enrolled in and alumni of certificate or non-credit/non-degree programs are welcome to utilize the information available on our public website and blog and are welcome to attend CCD on-campus career fairs.
Specialized Career Support
College of Communication Career Services
Serving undergraduate and graduate students majoring in all areas of communication, including television, film, radio, public relations, advertising, journalism, communication theory, and emerging media studies. The curriculum combines academic rigor, professional hands-on skills, and an emphasis on writing, oral communication, visual literacy, and digital media skills.
College of Engineering Career Development Office
Serving undergraduate and graduate students in biomedical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, materials science, mechanical engineering, photonics, and systems engineering, with concentrations available in manufacturing, aerospace, technology innovation, nanotechnology, and energy technologies and environmental engineering. Programs focus on developing “Societal Engineers,” innovators that are able to link material learned in coursework to real-world issues.
Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine Career Resources
Serving all pre-doctoral students, post-doctoral residents, and alumni to provide support for career goals; part of the GSDM Student Affairs office.
Metropolitan College Career Services
Career development appointments tailored to the needs of online and on-campus degree-seeking students in the Metropolitan College.
Questrom School of Business
Feld Center for Career & Alumni Engagement
Serving all undergraduate and graduate business students with career development and workforce readiness, connections to employers, and alumni networking opportunities.
School of Hospitality Administration Marriott Career Center
Serving undergraduate students interested in all aspects of the hospitality business (hotel & lodging, food & beverage, casino & gaming operations, marketing, sales, accounting, finance, revenue management, event management, travel & tourism, sports and entertainment). Students are required to complete two internships and an international experience before graduation.
School of Law
Career Development Office
Serving graduate students completing the JD program (with options for concentrations in intellectual property, health law, international law, transactional law, and litigation and dispute resolution).
Graduate Programs Professional Development
Serving graduate students in the LLM programs (American Law, Banking & Financial Law, Intellectual Property, Taxation, and an Executive LLM in International Business Law, and Taxation).
School of Public Health Career & Practicum Office
Serving graduate students completing master’s and doctoral programs in seven areas: biostatistics; community health sciences; environmental health; epidemiology; global health; and health law, policy, and management.