Boston University Metropolitan College (MET)

The Arts Administration program at Boston University’s Metropolitan College (MET) emphasizes excellence, creativity, economic problem solving, internationalism, and a commitment to the technologies of our age as core values. The program includes a master’s degree and graduate certificates that challenge students to understand the value of a mission-driven approach to managing arts organizations—and to place that goal ahead of maximizing revenues. The curriculum underscores a deep conviction in the centrality of the role of the artist, and the fundamental importance of artistic excellence, as issues central to the health of all arts organizations. Graduates are prepared for the global responsibilities of the arts in the twenty-first century, and to hold leadership roles in visual, performing, and service organizations in the arts in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

Founded in 1839, Boston University is internationally recognized as a top institution of higher learning and research. Founded in 1965 as one of BU’s 17 schools and colleges, Metropolitan College seeks to broaden the reach of BU—ensuring that the resources of a leading research university are accessible to the community and the world via part-time study during the evening or through innovative online and blended programs.

Thank you!

An email with a confirmation link has been sent to the email address you entered. To complete your subscription, click this link.