Are you motivated to learn? Your answer is, of course, “Yes! Who isn’t?” Do you have the time to learn? You’re more likely to express doubt — but don’t.
You can learn from the best — and you can do it on a schedule that fits yours — alongside other busy professionals, at Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET). You have the option to attend evening classes on campus; engage in interactive, online study (BU is a trusted leader in distance learning); or benefit from both with blended programs that combine online and classroom learning.
MET offers more than 60 undergraduate and graduate programs — a truly compelling range of degrees and certificates. When weighing your choices, consider our part-time and full-time faculty. They immerse students in a learning experience that draws on many years of high-profile scholarship and hard-earned, hands-on experience in the field. Real-world examples and case studies underscore their lessons, providing knowledge you can apply to your own work right away. You really are learning from the best.
The other students at MET? Like you, they balance jobs and family and personal responsibilities. They are self-driven and focused on accomplishing their objectives. Many are experts in their own professions and can apply their practical experience to classroom discussions. They provide vital professional connections and comprise a valuable career network.
Reading this, you might wonder if we’re exaggerating. We challenge you to find out by attending one of our upcoming events.
To view the fall 2011 schedule of open houses, information sessions and webinars, or to learn more about Boston University Metropolitan College programs, visit bu.edu/met/info.