Only the doctoral program is offered (no master’s degree). The
Program is not designed to meet requirements for accreditation as to
clinical competence in psychology nor in any discipline which has a
certification procedure. It does, however, accept...
Entrance Requirements include a medical degree (M.D. or M.B.B.S.)
from a recognized university, a year of internship, one or more years
of experience in medicine (preferably with an emphasis in dermatology),
and proficiency in English. TOEFL scores are required....
The Genetics Program is a cross-disciplinary team of clinicians,
biostatisticians, genetic epidemiologists, geneticists, biochemists and
information technology specialists working together to discover the
links between complex human disease and genes.
Boston University School of Hospitality Administration is a full-time,
four year bachelor degree program. To the right are the different
groups of Hospitality classes from which you can choose. Specializations
Hospitality Specialization Courses:...
The Graduate Tax Program, established in 1959 as one of the first
graduate tax programs in the nation, continues to be one of the best.
The Program is designed to expose you to the rigorous academic
challenges of current tax law, and to train you to be an...
The Morin Center
administers the Graduate Program in Banking and Financial Law and
should be your first stop for administrative and academic information.
Our intention is to use this Web site as a hub for information about
the Morin Center and the...
Art historians are concerned with the multifaceted historical implications
(personal, social, political, economic, and aesthetic) of imagery
objects (buildings, paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, photographs,...
The Economic Development & Tourism Management concentration provides
an in-depth examination of the economic, infrastructure/logistical,
security, and research issues involved with tourism. Students are exposed
to a broad range of tourism and...
The Boston University Arts Administration Program is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in visual arts, performing arts, and arts service organizations in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. The past two decades have witnessed a rapid expansion...
Students in the Biotechnology Undergraduate Certificate Program must complete a minimum of 16 credits. Admittance to a certificate program requires submission of a résumé and application as well as an interview with the program director to help determine the...
The American Sign Language Program is dedicated to preparing
individuals who can interact in a positive and supportive manner with
members of the American Deaf Community. The Program does this by
providing a wide array of course offerings as well as volunteer,
Behavioral Neuroscience focuses on the biological basis of human behavior. The program combines the disciplines of biology and psychology to appreciate the scope of human behavior and then understand how the behavior of humans and other animals is controlled...
The concentration in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Management helps
students develop the skills needed to work effectively within a small
business or to start or acquire and manage a business of their own. Students
learn to assess their personal...
Northeastern University's MS in Taxation (MST) program is designed with
the working professional in mind. Courses begin three times per year:
in Fall, Spring, and Summer.The MST program is focused on teaching you
to analyze the Internal Revenue Code. Completing...
Just as cars are useless without roads, drugs are useless without an
effective delivery system. This is especially important in contemporary
pharmaceutical research as new chemical entitites are either too
hydrophobic (e.g., many anticancer drugs) or hydrophilic...
This specialization offered by the Center for Drug Discovery (CDD)
trains students in the design and synthesis of novel biologically
active compounds and in the study of their mechanisms of action using
biochemical, biophysical and pharmacological approaches....
Toxicology is the study of injurious effects of chemicals on living
organisms. Toxicologists are responsible for determining hazards from
exposure to chemicals, setting limits of safety, identification and
measurement of toxic chemicals by analysis, recommendations...
Increasingly, scientific work is becoming interdisciplinary. In
response to this trend, this interdisciplinary program has been set up
which allows the student to focus on more than one area in biomedical
science. The program is appropriate for both those...
The Graduate School of Education offers programs in elementary and
secondary education leading to the Master of Arts in Teaching for
students with undergraduate degrees who are interested in careers in
education. Students begin their MAT programs of study...