January saw Boston University launch its new on-campus Professional Pastry Arts Program, which in just 14 weeks teaches students all they need to know to become a master baker through a lesson plan suited to either launch a career or deepen a personal passion.
In a new BU Today feature, BU MET MA in Gastronomy student Marie-Louise Friedland delved into her career ambitions—namely, to bring change to the wine industry’s culture by making it more open to a wider variety of people.
For the 10th year in a row, three of Metropolitan College online master’s degree programs have been deemed among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
MET Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Shea Cronin was interviewed by BU Today to discuss the roles online evidence and careless internet behavior have played in a number of recent police investigations into violent crime. Drawing from lessons student learn as part of the Master of Criminal Justice with concentration in Crime Analysis, as well […]
Professor of the Practice Kyung-shick Choi, Metropolitan College’s director of Cybercrime Investigation & Cybersecurity programs, was interviewed by BU Today to share his thoughts on the recent high-profile data breach of international rideshare company Uber. In the Q&A, Dr. Choi outlined the importance of applied learning, as offered by the programs at MET, in practicing […]
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Shea Cronin recently spoke with BU Today about Boston’s newly appointed police commissioner, Michael Cox, who arrives to the job with a mandate to reform the department he oversees. The chair of MET’s Department of Applied Social Sciences, Cronin offered suggestions on how Cox can help the Boston Police Department […]
The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released new data on which career tracks have the most promising professional outlooks through 2030, bringing to light the value of many Metropolitan College programs. Director of Cybercrime Investigation & Cybersecurity programs and Professor of the Practice Kyung-shick Choi spoke with BU Today about the tremendous need […]
It takes tremendous will to run a marathon. To go the considerable distance, runners draw deeply from all kinds of reserves. For Olivia Clachar, a BU employee who is capitalizing on her benefits by pursuing her BS in Management Studies at MET, it was the confinement born of the global pandemic that sparked a fire […]
At 62 years of age, Albrik Avanessian (MET’22) may have more life experience than most BU students graduating with a master’s degree, but he is not unlike the average MET student: committed to lifelong learning, building knowledge and skills that can enhance a career, and thriving within a classroom environment that is a melting pot […]
MET Cybercrime Expert Illustrates Investigative Acumen Ahead of Third Annual White Hat Cybersecurity Conference
A BU Today profile put the spotlight on MET’s director of Cybercrime Investigation & Cybersecurity (CIC) programs, Professor of the Practice Kyung-shick Choi, highlighting his unique expertise at training law enforcement on matters of crime pertaining to personal data, hacking, and cyber-theft ahead of next week’s third annual International White Hat Conference. As Choi illustrates […]