Schools and Colleges
academic departments and programs
Founded in 1863, the College of Arts and Sciences offers a broad-based, liberal arts education in the Jesuit tradition. Major concentrations are focused in the Humanities, the Fine and Performing Arts, and the Social and Natural Sciences.
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers more than 60 advanced degrees in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences. In addition to a rigorous academic curriculum across the disciplines, faculty and students collaborate on vital research projects through a number of University supported research centers and institutes.
The Carroll School provides undergraduate and graduate management education attuned to the needs of today's global business environment.
Founded at the behest of Cardinal Cushing who believed that nurses should be educated in a Jesuit institution, the Connell School of Nursing furthers this vision by offering undergraduate, master's, doctoral, and continuing education programs rooted in an ethical perspective.
Founded in 1929, the Boston College Law School strives to teach students the highest professional skills within a framework of justice and public service.
Boston College's Lynch School of Education endeavors to improve the human condition through education. We pursue this goal through excellence and ethics in teaching, research, and service.
Committed to a just and compassionate society, the School has been offering graduate degrees in Social Work since 1936.
The Boston College School of Theology and Ministry brings together the extensive resources of the Weston Jesuit School of Theology (to be known as the Ecclesiastical Faculty at Boston College), and the Boston College Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry to prepare both ordained and lay ministers for service to the worldwide Church.
Offering the atmosphere of a small setting within the resources of a large University, the Woods College of Advancing Studies offers full- and part-time study leading to both bachelor's and master's degrees. Students are supported by an inclusive spirit that aids them in balancing career, family, and academic and social opportunities.