As one of the seventeen degree granting bodies that make up Boston University, Metropolitan College gives part-time, full-time, and international students a remarkable range of choices for study to enrich their lives and advance their careers.
We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees, diploma and certificate programs, and individual courses for the student who needs a more creative setting, whether that means part-time study, evening classes, or convenient locations.Metropolitan College is located at the center of Boston University.
At MET you’ll find:
World-class education. When you enroll at MET, you’ll be getting a top-quality education from Boston University, one of the world’s best known and most respected universities.
Career advancement. MET’s programs and degree options provide the knowledge and training you need to achieve success and secure the job you really want.
Personal enrichment. You don’t have to be on a career track to enjoy education at MET. Many of our students enroll just to experience the excitement of learning. In addition to traditional fields of study, we offer a great number of compelling courses that can be taken on a casual basis. From the culinary arts and wine appreciation to the history of Boston and marine biology—and much more—you’ll find lots of opportunities to enrich your understanding of the world.
Flexible schedules. Most MET courses are offered in the evening. Because you can study full-time or part-time, at a pace that works for you, you don’t have to turn your personal life upside down to get the education you want.
Specialized programs. We’ll help you find a program of study tailored for your specific needs and background.
Outstanding faculty. MET’s accomplished faculty have achieved real-world success to complement their academic credentials.
Convenient locations. Attend classes at a location convenient for you—at several Boston sites, abroad, online, at corporate and military locations, and more.
Affordable education. Don’t let BU’s renown fool you. Tuition at MET is surprisingly affordable.
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