BC graduate students, except law students, may cross-register for one course each semester at Boston University, Brandeis, and Tufts. Through a slightly different registration procedure, grad students may also take courses at the Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies at MIT (formerly at Radcliffe), a pioneering effort by faculty at BC, MIT, and five other degree granting institutions to advance women's study scholarship.
- For BC grad students wanting to take courses at BU, Brandeis, Tuft, or the Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies
- Additional step for grad students wanting to take courses at the Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies
- For grad students from other consortium schools wanting to attend BC sociology courses
Procedures for Boston University, Brandeis, Tufts, and the Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies at MIT
- Non-theology grad students wanting to take courses at one of these consortium schools need to complete a "Petition for Cross Registration" form. These forms can be found in McGuinn 426, as well as in the basement of Lyons Hall in the self-service area.
- The student fills out the top of the form (personal and demographic information) and has the bottom left side signed by the student's advisor, Ursula Sullivan in Student Services, and Candace Hetzner in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
- The student then goes to the desired consortium school and has that Registrar and the instructor of the course sign the bottom right side of the form.
- One copy remains with the other Registrar and one copy is returned to Ursula Sullivan. The student pays BC for the course. BC tuition is charged for the course and for any applicable fees.
BC will create a course number for the student's transcript. Course numbers will match the original number, with a substitute prefix. (For instance, XT would be the prefix for a Tufts course.)
Along with following the procedures above, fill out and submit the application form on the MIT Graduate Consortium website. The same web page lists application deadlines and other information.
Each school has its own registration form, which will indicate what signatures are needed. Note that BC doesn't sign cross-registration petitions for visiting students until drop/add week. (See calendar for drop/add dates.) The Approach Map indicates how to get to the Chestnut Hill campus, and the Campus Map shows where various buildings are located. Our web page gives faculty email addresses and office hours.
Graduate Course Offerings (Click here and follow instructions below):
- Click on "Academics"
- Click on "University Class Schedule"
- Select desired semester, e.g. SPRG 06 (Spring 2006)
- Under the option "Search by: Class Number" select GRS (the code for graduate school) and then under "Dept" enter "SO" for Sociology. Then click "Go" to get a current listing of ongoing courses, times, days, etc.
There is no graduate program in sociology.
Course Offerings for Current Semester
Courses numbered 1-99 are for undergraduate credit only; those numbered 100-199 are for both undergraduate and graduate credit; those numbered 200 and up are for graduate credit only.
Graduate Course Offerings for current semester
Courses for grad students are identified by level: "grad" for graduates only and "three" for mixed grad and undergrad.