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The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology exposes students to a broad range of thinking about psychology, provides opportunities for research experience, and prepares graduates for a number of vocations or professional and graduate training programs.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Sociology develops strong analytic skills and a broad knowledge of human relations and social systems. The discipline provides useful tools for a variety of careers in law, business, social work, criminal justice, and policy impact analysis, among others.
The Metropolitan College Software Development master’s degree program is intended for anyone who wants to be employed as a developer of software or who wants to dramatically improve their software development capabilities. The degree is also for those who want to move through the developer role and manage developers.
Plan, design, and implement C++ and Java software applications. Advance your software engineering career with a graduate certificate in software development at Boston University Metropolitan College.
The Graduate Certificate in Strategic Management in Criminal Justice at Boston University’s Metropolitan College offers an interdisciplinary curriculum designed to provide the skills needed to face contemporary criminal justice challenges and lead reforms—not only domestically, but internationally.
The Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management is a course of study covering key operations management concepts, methods, and the state-of-the-art tools used in the process of designing and managing global supply chains.
Offered online and on campus, the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) degree program at Boston University’s Metropolitan College examines the design, optimization, and operation of a global supply chain. With concentrations in Logistics Management, Quantitative Approaches, and Global Business.
The Supply Chain Management master’s concentration in Global Business provides an understanding of the issues that arise when managing global business structures, including decision-making competency in the areas of international trade, logistics, and multinational finance.
The Supply Chain Management master’s degree concentration in Logistics Management emphasizes decision-making in the areas of transportation management, warehouse and distribution center operations, and logistics network design—including an understanding of key tradeoffs and the effect of variance in a logistics system.
The Supply Chain Management master’s degree concentration in Quantitative Approaches is focused on the needs of supply chain decision makers who must navigate the ever-changing and increasingly complex networks of facilities, partners, suppliers, and other domestic and international stakeholders.