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  • Boston University Online offers online undergraduate, online graduate, online courses, and online certificate programs for those who desire online higher education from Boston University
    renowned faculty Today BU s digital learning programs bring that unique experience to students around the globe through a process of online learning unequaled anywhere BU s award winning online courses and programs are designed and taught by distinguished University faculty We take pride in a diverse community of engaged mature students Our courses use the latest interactive technology and provide forums for group study and support Upon graduation you join BU s network of over 342 000 alumni worldwide As recipients of the Sloan Consortium award for Excellence in Institution Wide Online Education and the U S Distance Learning Association award for 21st Century Best Practices Boston University continues to be among the most trusted models of digital learning in American higher education 2016 BU Ranks High in U S News World Report Best Online Programs 1 Best Online Graduate Criminal Justice Programs Master of Criminal Justice 3 Best Online Graduate Computer Information Technology Programs MS in Computer Information Systems 6 Best Online Graduate Business Programs excluding MBAs master s degrees in management Boston University was also ranked 4 among the 50 best online colleges by TheBestSchools org in 2016 We invite you to explore our online programs See what our students have to say about online courses and programs at Boston University Select a student to learn more about the digital learning experience Boston University Online Get Connected Download Adobe Flash Player to watch our video and find out more about online study at Boston University Facebook YouTube LinkedIn Twitter We re social Learn about our programs Undergraduate Graduate Certificate Individual Courses Professional Courses Online Master of Criminal Justice ranked 1 by U S News World Report 2016 Computer Information Systems online master s degree ranked 3 by U S News World Report 2016 Online graduate degrees in

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  • About Summer Programs For College & High School Students At BU Summer Term
    s award winning faculty includes Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize winners former U S poets laureate MacArthur and Guggenheim Fellows Fulbright Scholars National Book Award recipients and dozens of leading scientists authors and scholars With their strong commitment to teaching BU s faculty lay the groundwork that inspires students to continue the University s distinguished tradition of accomplishment Boston University has over 342 000 living alumni who exemplify a rich tradition of social concern academic excellence and innovation The pioneering contributions of BU s alumni reach back to the earliest years of the University deeply influencing events in every aspect of life including civil rights science and medicine journalism literature business government and politics entertainment broadcasting popular culture and sports Today Boston University continues to be a paragon of excellence attracting some of the brightest and the best from across the world Learn more about Boston University or take a look at BU Today About BU Summer Term Each summer more than 7 000 students from the United States and around the world attend Summer Term at Boston University With over 700 courses from a majority of the University s schools and colleges students can pursue a wide variety of subjects in undergraduate or graduate study Additionally a range of Summer Highlights bring attention to unique areas of study such as Boston Studies Business for Non Majors and Music Education among others Summer Term is a great opportunity for students to earn credits toward graduation focus on challenging courses develop professional expertise or explore new topics for personal enrichment Summer in Boston Located in Boston s Back Bay neighborhood the Boston University campus stretches alongside the Charles River Esplanade where students like to bicycle boat jog or sunbathe The campus is close to several cultural and recreational attractions in Boston like historic Fenway Park home of the Boston Red Sox 2013 World Series Champions Comedy clubs theatres shopping dining and government and financial districts are easily accessed by subway or bus the T Summer is one of the best seasons to live in and explore Boston and Massachusetts From salons spas clothing stores and outdoor dining there s something for everyone on Newbury Street or in Copley Place Like sports Catch some baseball at Fenway Park or soccer at Gillette Stadium Boston is a great music town every night there is live music in the city s many clubs Relax with a book in the city s lush parks experience theatre or wander through Boston s amazing museums like the historic Museum of Fine Arts the Institute of Contemporary Art or the Museum of Science Remnants of Boston s storied past still exist in the city s diverse neighborhoods and in spots like Faneuil Hall Market Place with its shops and eateries and in the Old North Church which was immortalized in Henry Wadsworth s poem Paul Revere s Ride There is plenty of entertainment as well as lots of great social recreational and cultural activities to enjoy in the

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  • Summer Programs For College & High School Students | FAQ For BU Summer Term
    and fees Who can I contact at Boston University if I have more questions Please contact the Summer Term Office with any questions that you might have Visiting Students Who is a Visiting Student A Visiting Student is someone coming to take BU graduate or undergraduate summer classes who is not currently matriculated in a BU degree program Visiting students include students from other schools and colleges professionals coming back to refresh a skill area members of the community looking to take a course for enrichment graduate students needing to take pre requisite courses for their future studies BU employees looking to take courses prior to applying to a degree program recent BU graduates and others What is the difference between a visiting student and an international student Since international students are not U S citizens they need to go through the immigration process in order to attend BU Summer Term Visiting students who are not international can simply register for and attend BU Summer Term without any special paperwork What are the requirements to take Summer Term courses With our open enrollment policy you don t have to apply for admission to Boston University in order to take summer classes Simply register for the courses that interest you Keep in mind that some courses may have prerequisites It is your responsibility to make sure you have fulfilled the necessary pre requisties before starting a summer course How many courses can I take during Summer Term Students can take up to two courses 8 10 credits during each summer session Visiting students wanting to take an overload of more than two classes in a session need permission from the director of Summer Term call 617 353 5124 If approved the overload class must be added using a Summer Add Drop Form How can I register for a summer course as a visiting student To register online you must first create a BU login account See the Registration Section for full information on this process You may also register using a paper registration form that can be mailed faxed or delivered to the Summer Term office Is there financial aid available during the Summer Term Financial aid for summer enrollment is limited certain federal student loans certain federal and private credit based loans and Federal Work Study Students must meet eligibility requirements to qualify There are no summer grants or scholarships available from Boston University Generally visiting students should apply for loans through their home institution What does it cost to attend Summer Term courses The Tuition Fees Payment section of the Summer Term website lists the per credit cost of summer courses Tuition amounts are also listed beneath each course description in the Courses section When is the due date for payment of tuition and fees Payments are due by the first day of each summer session Late fees are applied after this date Charges will appear on your student account as soon as you register How do I withdraw from a course Students can drop courses on the Student Link or completing a Summer Add Drop Form until the drop deadlines noted on the Summer Term calendar After the drop deadline there is no credit for tuition or fees Students can withdraw from courses with a W grade until the deadlines noted in the Calendar Please note that lack of attendance or non payment will not drop or withdraw you from a course Students who do not officially drop a course are held responsible for full tuition and fees If I want to find out about a BU Summer Term course is it possible to get the syllabus Students can call or email the Summer Term office and we will try to help you obtain a copy of a course syllabus Do you offer online summer courses Yes we offer a limited number of online summer courses See Distance Education Online Courses for further information Are the credits I earn BU transferable to my college or university Most colleges and universities accept Boston University transfer credits but you should consult your home institution to confirm that this is the case You should send an official Boston University transcript to your home institution once you have completed your Summer Term courses See the Registrar s website for more information How does a summer visiting student obtain a BU ID for Summer Term At the start of Summer Term after you have registered for classes you can obtain a photo Boston University Terrier ID card at the Terrier Card office in the lower level of 775 Commonwealth Ave Valid identification including a driver s license state identification card or passport must be presented in order to receive an ID card Cards are valid for on campus identification only Where can I get my books Textbooks are available at Barnes Noble in Kenmore Square Who can I contact at Boston University if I have more questions Please contact the Summer Term Office for any questions you might have International Students Do I need to be accepted into an undergraduate or graduate academic program to take courses at Boston University during the summer You do not have to be accepted into a degree program to take summer courses at Boston University For students who want a short term American educational experience a Summer Term session is ideal Please note that to take courses in the fall or spring semesters you will need to formally apply to Boston University Open enrollment is only for the summer Do I need to take the TOEFL IELTS Submission of TOEFL IELTS scores is not necessary for course registration in the summer with the exception of Metropolitan College Administrative Sciences graduate courses However English is the language of instruction at Boston University and it is expected that all students are proficient in English Most academic programs expect students to have an Internet based TOEFL score of 84 90 or IELTS score of 7 Find more information about summer

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  • Summer Programs For College & High School Students | Contact BU Summer Term
    Academic Information Course Numbers Section Codes Grading and Attendance Withdrawal Deadlines Transcripts Disability Services Rights Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Like us on Facebook Contact Information General Inquiries Phone 617 353 5124 Fax 617 353 5532 summer bu edu International Students Phone 617 353 0556 Fax 617 353 5532 sumintl bu edu High School Programs Phone 617 353 1378 Fax 617 358 0646 summerhs bu edu rise bu edu Summer Study Internship Program Phone 617 353 0556 Fax 617 353 5532 ssip bu edu Summer Term Staff Donna Shea PhD Assistant Dean and Director Jeffrey Klein PhD Associate Director Megan Hermida Program Manager High School Programs Anna Greenswag PhD Senior Program Manager High School Programs Gregg Charron Program Manager International Internship Latasha Johnson Program Coordinator High School Programs David Gabis MSc Administrative Coordinator Contact Us If you have any questions about Boston University Summer Term please feel free contact us directly or use our Contact Form below You can also request a Summer Term catalog Boston University Summer Term 755 Commonwealth Avenue Room 105 Boston MA 02215 Office Hours Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Ask a Question Submit your question and we

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  • Boston University Summer Term
    Visiting Students Adding Dropping Withdrawal Deadlines Auditing Codes Abbreviations Tuition Fees Payment Payment Deadlines How to Pay Withdrawal Deadlines International Students Visa Information How to Register TOEFL Health Records Insurance Arriving on Campus Forms Housing Dining Coming to BU Directions to Campus Arriving on Campus Campus Resources Getting Around Boston Boston in the Summer Health Wellness Academic Information Course Numbers Section Codes Grading and Attendance Withdrawal Deadlines Transcripts Disability Services Rights Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Summer Highlights Each summer we highlight a selection of unique and unusual programs and courses many of which are only available during Summer Term If you re seeking to discover a new topic reinforce practical skills or obtain intensive training in a particular area you ll find an exciting range of opportunities for personal and academic enrichment Boston Studies Business for Non Business Majors Pre Medical Pre Law New for Summer 2016 Only in the Summer Learn College Summer Courses High School Programs Summer Study Internship Explore Boston in the Summer Getting Around Boston Directions to Campus Arriving on Campus Campus Resources Discover Boston Studies Business for non Business

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  • Boston Studies Summer Program: Take Summer Classes That Are All About Boston
    Summer Health Wellness Academic Information Course Numbers Section Codes Grading and Attendance Withdrawal Deadlines Transcripts Disability Services Rights Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Boston Studies As an urban university in one of the nation s most historic and diverse cities Boston University offers an exciting opportunity to engage in the stories of the city as told by Boston s neighborhoods and people culture architecture and archaeology Boston Studies is a series of courses that make use of Boston as a living classroom Students explore the city s rich resources in art history sociology and ecology in courses that combine classroom lectures with dynamic field experiences throughout the city Courses are drawn from the College of Arts and Sciences and Metropolitan College View course descriptions and dates Boston from Revolution to Red Sox CAS AM 200 A Walk in the Park Understanding Boston Through Green Space CAS AM 301 Boston An Ethnographic Approach CAS AN 309 Archaeology of Boston CAS AR 372 History of Boston MET HI 373 Special Topics in Sociology A Social History of Boston s North End MET SO 501 Boston Experience The

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  • Summer Business Courses for Non-Majors: Take Summer Classes In Marketing, Financial Analysis, Leadership
    to BU Directions to Campus Arriving on Campus Campus Resources Getting Around Boston Boston in the Summer Health Wellness Academic Information Course Numbers Section Codes Grading and Attendance Withdrawal Deadlines Transcripts Disability Services Rights Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Business for Non Business Majors You don t have to major in business in order to gain knowledge of useful business fundamentals such as leadership and management finance and marketing Summer Term offers a special set of courses specifically for non business majors to help students become familiar with key principles that can be applied to any future career There are no prerequisites for courses in the Business for Non Business Majors series Non Questrom students may register for courses directly via the Student Link These courses may not be taken by Questrom students for credit nor can they be used by Boston University students toward a Business Administration minor View course descriptions and dates Introduction to Management SMG SM 101 Finance for Non Management Students SMG SM 104 Introduction to Marketing SMG SM 105 Personal Financial Planning MET MG 202 If you have any questions

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